War - Confederate Genealogical and Historical Records
11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Hancock's diary, or,
A history of the Second Tennessee Confederate Cavalry :
with sketches of First and Seventh battalions, also, portraits and biographical
sketches. Nashville, Tenn.: Brandon Print. Co., 1887, Hancock, R. R.
|2. A journal of hospital
life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee :
from the battle of Shiloh to the end of the war : with sketches of life
and character, and brief notices of current events during that period Louisville,
Ky.: J.P. Morgan & Co., c1866, Cumming, Kate, 200 pgs.
|3. Register of the Confederate
dead, interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va. Richmond: Gary,
Clemmitt & Jones, printers, 1869, 119 pgs.
|4. List of staff officers
of the Confederate States Army :
1861-1865. Washington: G.P.O., 1891, 186 pgs.
|5. History of the First
and Second Missouri Confederate Brigades, 1861-1865 :
and, From Wakarusa to Appomattox, a military anagraph St. Louis: Bryan,
Brand & Co., 1879, c1878, Bevier, R. S., 514 pgs.
|6. A Rebel war clerk's diary
at the Confederate States capital Philadelphia:
Lippincott, 1866, Jones, J. B., 872 pgs.
|7. Roster of Confederate
soldiers in the War Between the States Lincolnton, N.C.:
Lincoln County News Print., 1905, Nixon, Alfred, 68 pgs.
|8. Whiteside(s) names listed
in the compiled military records, Washington, D.C.
: Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Indian Wars, Confederate Soldiers (Civil
War) Edmonton, Canada, Whiteside, Don., 24 pgs.
|9. Record of Confederate
1861-65, Pike County, Alabama, Pike County Civil War Centennial Commission,
Farmer, Margaret Pace, 89 pgs.
|10. Confederate memoirs
: Alamance County troops of the War Between the States, 1861-1865, 55
|11. Old Confederate Cemetery,
Bullock Co., Alabama, 4 pgs.
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