Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies (100 volumes, including 5-volume index) ePub download
by Janet Hewett
- ISBN: 1568372752
- ISBN13: 978-1568372754
- ePub: 1209 kb | FB2: 1456 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Broadfoot Pub Co (August 1, 1999)
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A companion volume, the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, was published in 1895.
A companion volume, the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, was published in 1895 In 1966, the . National Archives began publication of a five-volume set that comprised an arguably superior index to the Army ORs, Military Operations of the Civil War: A Guide Index to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865, microfilm publication M1026.
Lithographs by Julius Bien & Co. Lith. Published under the direction of the Hons
Lithographs by Julius Bien & Co. Published under the direction of the Hons. Redfield Proctor, Stephen B. Elkins and Daniel S. Lamont, Secretaries of War; by Maj. George B. Davis, . Army, Mr. Leslie J. Perry, civilian expert, Mr. Joseph W. Kirkley, civilian expert, Board of Publication"-T.
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To be inserted in the volume. For explanation see General Index volume, Serial No. 130, page XXVIII. Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth, Chief of the Record and Pension Office, War Department, and Mr. Kirkley. " "Published under the direction of The Hon. Elihu Root, Secretary of War, by Brig.
General History Books. Donelson Campaign Sources Supplementing Volume 7 of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies in the War of the Rebellion. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect.
Volume 4 brings the bibliographic coverage up to 1987. Unit records of the war were kept according to the army Regulations, the Confederate version being virtually identical to that of the . 1 The primary difference between the contending armies in this respect was that the Confederate troops rarely created the required descriptive books, with information on place of birth, age on enlistment, and physical description.
Considering that so many of these atlases were broken apart and the maps framed or sold separately, this two-volume set containing 172 of the expected 175 maps and illustrations is a rare find. Condition:Elephant folio, original half-leather binding with dark maroon leather spine and black cloth boards with darkened maroon leather corners. Spine is missing on Vol. 1, as is top of spine on Vol. 2. Covers are worn, chipped and starting, with the binding firm. Interior is exceptionally clean with very little foxing or spotting and no tears.
Supplementing the Confederate army were the various state militias of the . Confederate and Union soldiers interpreted the heritage of 1776 in opposite ways.
Supplementing the Confederate army were the various state militias of the Confederacy: Confederate States State Militias were organized and commanded by the state governments, similar to those authorized by the United States' Militia Act of 1792. A cartoon from the war, showing the Confederates forcibly drafting a Unionist man into the Confederate army. Davis proposed an army of 100,000 men in his message to Congress on April 2. .On August 8, 1861, the Confederacy called for 400,000 volunteers to serve for one or three years.