Civil War

 

S.F1, D2, Folder 50

  • “The Alabama, the Confederate Cruiser’s last engagement, How she was sunk by the Kearsarge off the French Coast” Gainesville Messenger, Friday, July 2, 1886
  • Alabama Historical Quarterly, volume 23, 1961, pages 190-205
  • Amason, George article
  • “A Boy’s Recollection of the Civil War” by W.O. Hart
  • “The Brooke Guns from Selma” by Walter W. Stephen from Alabama Historical Quarterly, volume 20, 1958, pages 462-475
  • Brown, John E. article
  • “Buckner at Fort Donelson” Our Southern Home, October 22, 1896
  • “Cannon fired at window and trees across the river” by Judi Johnston, Home Record, article written sometime after 1940
  • “Confederate Forces” Livingston Journal, December 3, 1875
  • “Confederate Mailmen didn’t always get through” by Paul R. Coppock, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Sunday, Oct. 20, 1974
  • “The Confederate Note”
  • “From a Texas veteran” by W.H. Hodges, The Weekly Press, York, AL, 4-23-1915
  • “Gainesville Gleanings” 11/11/1926
  • Herr, Captain B.F. article
  • Holt, T.G. article
  • Houston, Matthew C. article
  • Lacy, Captain Elisha article
  • “One Confederate Left” Sumter County, 11/11/1926
  • “Recollections of a Confederate Private” by S.Q. Hale
  • “Reminiscences of a veteran” by B.F. Cobb, Southern Home, 11/10/1901
  • “Shiloh’s Battle Field” Livingston Journal, January 12, 1888
  • “Some interesting experiences of the Civil War” by B. F. Cobb
  • “Strange coincidence, the war began and ended in this house”
  • “War as I saw it, 1861-1865” by Frank L. Richardson, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, volume 6, January 1923  

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