Accession 42589, Miscellaneous reel.
James) Robertson of Chesterfield County, Virginia.
View the catalog record Watkins, Raymond.Topics include camp life, troop movements, list of soldiers in his british sex dating company, battle of Cold Harbor, siege of Petersburg, battle of Reams Station, imprisonment at Libby Prison in Richmond, and his exchange and return to Madison, Wisconsin, after visiting family in New Hampshire.Greear also advises his wife on protecting the crops and family possessions from confiscation by the Confederate army and government.Also included is correspondence and a policy booklet from the North American Transit Insurance Company; a circular letter, 1868, to the West Point Land Company regarding the settlement of West Point, Virginia; statement, 1868, on the Richmond and York River Railroad Company; and correspondence from.View the catalog record Loving, Edwin Baker.
The cities of Lynchburg and Portsmouth are also represented in this collection.
Accession 22231.25 cubic feet.
1818) concerning a smallpox scare in Amelia, Virginia, vaccination against the disease, and the use of the Amelia County Courthouse as a hospital.
Speech, 1937, titled The Contribution of Buckingham County to the Confederacy delivered before the United Daughters of the Confederacy and attributed to William Shepard.
Also includes an envelope which contained the pass.115 leaves and 40 pages.Eaton of Company H, 2nd New York Cavalry, to his mother Emily Goodrich of Fayetteville, Onondaga County, New York, consisting of letter, letting his mother know that he has reached City Point, Virginia, where his regiment is joining the Army of the Potomac, informing her.1 volume (249 pages).Accession 36296, mbrc.Tredway concerning the discharge of Jesse.Organized in Richmond, Virginia, the unit also was known as the Governors Mounted Guard, the Richmond Light Dragoons, and the Richmond Lancers.