Pvt. Sneed was from Rutherford County, Tenn., and enlisted on Nov. 26, 1861, in Nashville. He served in Co. F, 4th (Starnes'-McClemore's) Tenn. Cav. Regt., also known as "The Williamson County Cavalry." In 1862, they reported to Gen. Nathan Bedford...
Print of the Battle of Stones River depicting the Federal troops of General William Rosencrans fighting against Confederate troops under General Bragg. A Union column marches toward the action and a battery of cannon fires on Confederate troops as...
Young African-American boy stands facing the camera while standing on a weight measure scale. He is wearing a white gown and has his right hand on the base weight located on a horizontal bar. The device can also measure his height.
This wood drum Confederate canteen belonged to Pvt. Charles E. Sneed, Co. F, 4th (Starnes'-McClemore's) Tenn. Cav. Regt., CSA. Sneed carved his initials into the canteen. He enlisted November 26, 1861. Co. F was known as "The Williamson County...
Civil War soldier (possibly Phillip Bauman of the 139th Ill. Vol. Inf. Reg., USA). The 139th Ill. Vol. Inf. Reg. served the Federal Army during the Civil War. It was one of many regiments raised in the summer of 1864.
Clubs; Fire alarms; Bells; Signals; Communication devices
Five Civilian Conservation Corps members in a mix of dress and work uniforms pose on and in front of the circular gong used to notify the camp of fire and meal time. One of the men is holding the hammer used to strike the gong and sound the alarm.
Certificate acknowledging Charles Edward Rutherford's promotion to Assistant Leader for Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 417, by Joseph C. Matthews, Jr., Captain 321st Infantry, Commanding Compay 417, Civilian Conservation Corps.
Confederate soldier with poised rifle is positioned atop the Confederate Monument at Murfreesboro. The background of the image is occupied by the Rutherford County Courthouse, fronted by 1950s-1960s era automobiles and parking meters.
CSA envelope depicting Jefferson Davis. The envelope also contains the following verse: "March to the battle field, The foe is on before us, Each heart is Freedom's shield, And Heaven's smile is o'er us."