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Browsing Sesquicentennial Civil War Documents Project by Title

Browsing Sesquicentennial Civil War Documents Project by Title

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  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Printed card with eulogy to confederate soldier, Charles L. Atkins. Card describes his service in Comapany B of the 7th Virginia Regiment and his death on October 3, 1862, 4" x 8".
  • Ballou's Pictorial (2011-06-15)
    Wood engraving with images of the state of Virginia including the landing at Jamestown and a contemporary scene of political debate. The text describes current statistics on population, occupation, annual agricultural ...
  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Wood engraving depicting two scenes: 1. Union supply ships evading Conferderate batteries on the Potomac River and 2. Union gun batteries on the Maryland side of the Potomac. 12/7/1862. Measures 10" x 15".
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Guards and pickets pass allowing Alexander Haight permission to travel to Washington DC and back to Alexandria by Colonel H. H. Wells who later became the Governor of Virginia during reconstruction. Issued by the Headquarters ...
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Pass allowing Alexander Haight to leave Washington DC and enter Virginia for the purpose of going home. Issued by the Headquarters City Guard, Provost Marshal's Office.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Guards and pickets pass for Alexander Haight and colored man to go to Fairfax, VA and return. Issued by the Provost Marshal's Office 1st division 11th corps.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Guards and patrol pass for Alexander Haight to leave and return to Alexandria, VA. Issued by the Provost Marshal's Office.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Pass for Alexander Haight to return to his home near Chantilly, VA from Arlington, VA to bring back his wheat(?). Issued by Headquarters, defenses south of the Potomac.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Handwritten pass attesting to Alexander Haight's loyalty signed by H. H. Wells who was to become the Governor of Virginia during reconstruction. Issued by the Headquarters Provost Marshal General, defenses south of the Potomac.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Pass for Mrs. J. B. Barlow to drive from Fairfax, VA to Alexandria, VA, in horse drawn carriage. Issued by the Headquarters Provost Marshal's Office.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Claim by Alexander Haight and neighbors written by a Justice of the Peace in Fairfax, VA, for $332.50 worth of damage done when the southern army passed through their property on September 1, 1862.
  • Barnes, Clark (2011-05-03)
    Letter to Milton Barnes from his brother Clark Barnes writing from Winchester, Virginia. Clark was a member of the 116th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He mentions his health and the morale of the troops. Generals named include ...
  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Tintype photograph of Clio, a slave girl owned by Phebe Haight, 3" x 2".
  • J. L. (2011-06-15)
    Letter from J. L. to his father explaining the military medical positions open to him. He is a part of the First Regiment Artillery under the command of Colonel Gordon, though he writes of a rumor that his regiment will ...
  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Hand colored wood engraving depicting Confederate soldiers crossing the Potomac river.
  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Hand colored wood engraving depicting Confederate soldiers crossing the Potomac river at night.
  • Molly, T. (2011-06-15)
    Letter from Cousin Molly T. to Phebe Haight in which Molly discusses family matters, family illnesses and agrigculture.
  • Francis, E. T. (2011-06-15)
    Letter from E.T Francis to her cousing Phebe Haight in which she describes her family returning home from a trip.
  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Hand colored wood engraving with multiple scenes. Scenes include: a family under fire, the soldier's wife, a family taking the oath of allegiance, women and children manufacturing corn meal, a person standing outside of a ...
  • Haight, Elizabeth (2011-06-15)
    Letter from Elizabeth Haight to sister Phebe dicussing family matters, particularly an illness with uncle George and his trip to California.

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