Letter from John Ray Moss to his wife, Nancy Forgey Moss. Moss served in Co. I, 43rd Tenn. Infantry (also called the 5th East Tenn. Volunteers), CSA. Moss is writing from Vicksburg to tell his wife that he is safe and hopes she is the same.
A sergeant in Co. H, 61st Tennessee Mountain Infantry, CSA. Born January 11, 1836. Died October 15, 1864. In the letter Bartlett writes of missing his wife and children and the need for stamps so that they can write to one another.
Letter to Miss Mary Jane Finley from J. F. Callahan regarding missing home and a reference to General Thomas (Stonewall) Jackson's ambush of Yankees. Was written from Pocahontas County, which at that time was in Virginia.
Abstract for articles received from officers, Battery H, 1st Illinois Light Artillery, USA, for September 1863. Abstracts were inventory forms listing the equipment of a unit that commanders had to fill out and turn in to army quartermasters. The...
Southern Cross of Honor awarded to Monroe King, Co. C, 55th (Brown's) Tenn. Reg. Inf., CSA. King was captured on Island No. 10 on April 8, 1862, and exchanged in Vicksburg, Miss., on September 4, 1862.
Carte-de-visite of Monroe Pointer, who joined Co. L, 154th Tenn. Inf., in Memphis, March 1862. He was wounded in the neck at Shiloh and ended the war as a conscript at the Grenada, Miss., supply depot, May 1865.