He is willing to accept them as donations or pay for them with Confederate treasury notes. He asks Dr. Emmanuel to act as the agent of the QM Dept in this matter in Vicksburg. This is a handwritten letter penned in the brown/black ink used by the Confederacy and written on brownish paper measuring 8 _" x 10 _".
A list of Confederate States officers who are prisoners, held by federal authority, on Morris Island, S.C., under Confederate fire, from Sept. 7th to Oct. 21st 1864. Accession 41008, Miscellaneous reel 5249. 1 reel. Microfilm. Register, 1864, of Confederate officers held as prisoners on Morris Island, South Carolina.
1864 $100 Dollar Bill Confederate States Currency Civil War Note Paper Money 2 photo 1862 (t - 51) $20 Dollar Note - Rare Confederate Currency - No Pinholes/bold Print
His most recent work is a study of Mississippi’s home front during the Civil War for the Mississippi Historical Society’s Mississippi Heritage Series. Posted April 2010. Selected Bibliography: Bettersworth, John K. Confederate Mississippi: The People and Policies of a Cotton State in Wartime. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1943.
Mississippi’s flag, the last state flag with a Confederate battle emblem, is coming down after 126 years. Republican Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed into law a historic bill that requires the ...
I have these two Confederate $100 bills one is from Alabama 1864 and the other is from Mississippi but I can't date it. The Mississippi bill is only printed on one side. I can't find any other bills like it online and I'm hoping it's a rare piece. I was wondering what each bill is worth and what years they were produced. Thanks, Owen m.
Jan 15, 2004 · Confederate Currency: The Color of Money investigates the importance of slavery in the economy of the South. Artist John W. Jones has researched and documented over 126 images of slavery that were depicted on Confederate and Southern States money. The juxtaposition of the framed Confederate...
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