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[table striped="true" responsive="true"]"The matter of publishing the official records of the Civil War seems to have been considered by Congress as early as (Stat. L. v. 13, p. )." Other acts followed from time to time, and the work was carried on in a more or less desultory fashion until Decem , when Captain Robert N. Scott, later. “Mississippi in the Civil War: The Home Front” by Timothy B. Smith is the new paperback version of the Mississippi Historical Society’s edition first published in in its series of Author: Dennis J. Mitchell. There were three organizations known as the Army of Mississippi in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. (This name is contrasted against Army of the Mississippi, which was a Union Army named for the Mississippi River, not the state of Mississippi.) 1 Army of Mississippi (March ) Command History 2 Army of Mississippi (December ) Command History 3 Army . The members of the 32nd Infantry Regiment were recruited from the counties of Tishomingo, Itawamba, Prentiss, and Alcorn. The regiment was assembled at Iuka in Tishomingo county and mustered into the Confederate army at Philadelphia, Mississippi, during the summer of The unit was assigned to General S.A.M. Wood's and Lowrey's Brigade and participated in the campaigns with the Army of.
David William DuBose was born on Ap , in Jackson, Mississippi. He had one son with Deborah Ann Rouse in He died on J , in his hometown, having lived a . The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies searchable multi-volume scanned Civil War book series United States Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, at FamilySearch (not yet complete). Details on the Mississippi 36th Infantry Regiment, a military unit formed in Mississippi for service in the Civil War. This unit had men who served. There were three organizations known as the Army of Mississippi in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. (This name is contrasted against Army of the Mississippi, which was a Union Army named for the Mississippi River, not the state of Mississippi.). Army of Mississippi (March ) This army, at times known by the names Army of the West or Army of the Mississippi .
In Mississippi in the Civil War: The Home Front Timothy B. Smith examines Mississippi's Civil War defeat by both outside and inside forces. The invading Union army dismantled the state's political system, infrastructure, economy, and fighting capability. The state saw extensive military operations, destruction, and bloodshed within her borders. The U.S. Army Campaigns of the Civil War Civil War Trans-Mississippi Theater – The in the. Washington, D.C., Civil War Trans-Mississippi Theater – The In The. 5. 5 Introduction Although over one hundred fifty years have passed since the start of the American Civil War, that titanic conflict continues to matter. The. The Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War between the States, to Including a Brief Personal Sketch and a Narrative of his Services in the War with Mexico, New York, Da Capo Press, ISBN First published by Harper & Brothers. Winters, John D. The Civil War in Louisiana. Baton Rouge. While the book targets the novice, it is hoped that even knowledgeable Civil War buffs and historians will benefit from my attempt to examine the Mississippi war in an expansive framework. At the end of each of the narrative's three parts, suggestions are given for further, more in-depth, reading about the military .