These 1886 Average Crop Reports chart the county-by-county acreage, yield, condition, and damage of specific crops and livestock by local Tennessee farmers from April through November and offer them in comparision to the 1885 reports as an average....
Prisoners of War; Guards; Horses; Cavalry; Horse artillery; War destruction & pillage; War damage; War; World War, 1914-1918
Germans taken prisoner by the Americans during the drive on the Hindenburg Line at Bellicourt and the Canal St. de Quentin march along a road under guard. The background of the image features buildings which have sustained heavy war damage. ...
War casualties; Prisoners of war; Guards; Horses; Cavalry; Horse artillery; War; World War, 1914-1918
Pictured are German military personnel who are prisoners of war following the American drive on the Hindenburg Line. These German POW's are walking along while carrying stretchers containing their wounded. Their guards are riding on horseback.
Special Field Order No. 69 from Headquarters, Department of the Cumberland, calling for creation of a commission to investigate damages sustained by Nashville citizens and their property during Federal occupation.
Publication of the Adjutant General's Office of Chapter 15, Public Acts of 1941 that called for the creation of the Guard, along with the amendments to the Act through 1945. Amendment references appear in bold.