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Veterans -- Confederate States of America.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Association of Confederate Soldiers Cash Book

Identifier: MS-1349
Abstract This notebook, from Foster and Webb, was used as the Financial Secretary's Cash Book for Bivouac No 2 of the Association of Confederate Soldiers, T. D. [Tennessee Division]. Its entries consist primarily of lists of members with records of their dues payments, with occasional notes such as transferred, suspended, exempt, life member, etc. There are several runs of these lists, separated by many blank pages. There is also a list for subscriptions to furnish soldiers' room and home. Later...
Dates: 1888 January 30-1904 July 29, 1916 May 27

J. K. Womack Papers

Identifier: MS-0744

This collection houses a wealth of material illustrating the lives of J. K. Womack and his family in Rutherford County, Tennessee during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Among the items included are land deeds, indentures, genealogical information, material documenting the Baptist Church, broadsides, and correspondence and other information describing Joseph A. Johnson's application for a pension.

Dates: 1836-1926 June 29

Minutes of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Association of Confederate Soldiers (Tennessee Division)

Identifier: MS-2724

This collection consists of a 66-page booklet entitled "Minutes of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Association of Confederate Soldiers (Tennessee Division)." This meeting was held on October 18, 1893 in Jackson, Tennessee.

Dates: 1893

Thomas N. Skelton Certificate of Disability

Identifier: MS-3478
Abstract This certificate of disability for discharge from the Army of the Confederate States of America verifies that Thomas N. Skelton is unable to perform the duties of a soldier in the 27th Tennessee Infantry Regiment. He was examined by Army Surgeon A. Wright, who found that he had two separate wounds. The first was a break in his left arm inflicted on May 7, 1862 during the Battle of Shiloh. The second was an injury to his right shoulder (which fractured the shoulder blade) that he received...
Dates: 1862

William Waller Carson Papers

Identifier: MS-2731

This collection, dated 1869-2005 (bulk 1869-1930), consists of patents, manuscripts, speeches, notes, correspondence, photographs, and clippings relating to William Waller Carson. The majority of this material documents Carson's work as a civil engineer, his employment as an engineering professor at the University of Tennessee, and his involvement with several Confederate veterans' associations.

Dates: 1869-2005 (bulk 1869-1930)

William Waller Carson Papers

Identifier: AR-0720

This collection houses biographical information, correspondence, University of Tennessee publications, photographs (including a family portrait), and degrees documenting the life and work of Professor William Waller Carson.

Dates: 1881-1923