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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 7 1 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
.....Aug. 9-10, 1848 So much of the Cumberland road as lies in Indiana is surrendered to that State by act approved......Aug. 11, 1848 Territorial government established in Oregon by act approved......Aug. 14, 1848 First session adjourns......Aug. 14, 1848 Sixteenth Presidential election......Nov. 7, 1848 Second session assembles......Dec. 4, 1848 First gold from California (1,804.59 ounces troy, average value per ounce, $18.05 1/2) deposited at the United States mint by David Carter......Dec. 8, 1848 Postal treaty with Great Britain......Dec. 15, 1848 Electoral votes counted......Feb. 14, 1849 Act granting swamp lands to the State of Louisiana, approved (see March, 1857)......March 2, 1849 Territorial government of Minnesota established by act approved......March 3, 1849 Coinage of the gold dollar and doubleeagle authorized......March 3, 1849 Department of Interior created by act approved......March 3, 1849 Work of census office, previously under
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), California (search)
, reaching Sacramento in six days and seven hours......Nov. 28, 1847 Gold discovered near Coloma on Col. John Sutter's land, by James Wilson Marshall......Jan. 19, 1848 California and New Mexico ceded to the United States by treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, Feb. 2, 1848; proclaimed in California......August, 1848 First emigrants from China, two men and one woman, arrive in the bark Eagle......1848 First gold from California, 1,804.59 ounces, deposited in the United States mint by David Carter......Dec. 8, 1848 Brig.-Gen. Bennett Riley, instructed by the Secretary of War to assume the civil administration, arrives by sea at Monterey, April 12, 1849. He issues a proclamation for a temporary government to replace the local provisional governments......June 3, 1849 A convention to form a State constitution sits at Monterey, Sept. 1, 1849, until Oct. 13. The constitution adopted and State officers chosen by the people......Nov. 13, 1849 New Almaden quicksilver mines open
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
C. L. Folk, 3d Sergeant J. E. Studly, 5th Sergeant J. S. Johns, 2d Corporal W. C. Hemmingway, Private B. J. Bakers, W. T. Beard, J. W. Besinger, Private D. Carter, T. K. Hemmingway, M. A. Kinard, N. B. Roads, J. M. Smith, D. O. Studly, H. B. Whitmore, A. J. Hughes. Co. H. 1st Sergeant W. A. Wofford, 2d Seon, J. W. Lile. Co. H. Sergeant J. T. Beaty, Private D. S. Rutledge. Co. I. Sergeant J. J. Macken, Private W. M. Orr, N. Green, Private J. Glossan, D. Carter, J. R. Parks. Co. K. Private J. H. Marshall, W. Mimms, Private J. M. Wilkins. [51] Cobb's Legion. Hosp'l Steward J. A. Hardeman, Co. A. 1st ill, A. C. Nelson, D. C. Hastings, Karl Kothe. Co. F. Private R. H. Clark, Private Elijah Jackson, Samuel Sewell, Jno. C. Crump, Tobias Polk, David Carter. Co. G. Private S. B. Robinson. Co. H. Private Wiley Day, Private Jas. Flowers, T. M. Davidson, Thos. G. Parks, H. T. Grant, R. F. Spears. Co
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ick, Private Wm. Noyes. Co. K. Sergeant J. Casburg, Private C. Henry. [17] Ninth Louisiana Regiment. Co. A. Private J. C. Chandler, J. Dawkins, Private H. D. Evans. Co. B. Private R. Harris, W. J. Gobee, Private H. Tarnner, Co. C. 1st Sergeant J. S. Sledge, W. J. Mobley, Private C. N. Ardis, F. M. Cauler, J. W. Comick, A. B. Jones, H. M. King, R. A. Kounce, E. W. Lewis, Private J. A. Narrie, Z. Garrett, F. F. Rollinson, T. J. Sanders, H. F. Tooke, D. Carter, E. H. McCarty, J. D. Watts, T. Pitman. Co. D. 1st Sergeant P. Lyans, W. W. Coleman, Corporal B. B. Bledsaw, Private J. Harrison, W. B. Hamilton, Private J. S. Sutton, M. Sentell, J. B. Sugg, E. Strange. Co. F. 1st Sergeant J. T. Fisher, J. Wood, J. E. Smith, Sergeant H. C. McCall, Private J. M. Bennett, T. Chennar, J. D. Hardman, Sam. Kinceley, J. C. Lofton, Private T. W. Milam, H. H. Matthews, W. M. Plexico, W. M. Powell, J. Vincent, W. T. Williams, T.
The negroes vs. Lincoln. --We have seen a good many accounts of negro subscriptions to the Loan of the Confederate States, but the most remarkable instance occurred in this county a few days ago. After a stirring appeal made by J. R. Hawthorn, Esq., at Pine Apple, on Saturday, an old negro woman named Melinda, belonging to David Carter, walked up to the subscription paper and remarked that she "believed the cause of the South to be right and just, and that she felt it to be her duty to aid, to the extent of her ability, in whipping the enemies of our country," at the same time pulling out ten dollars, saying that she could well spare that if it would do any good — they were welcome to it. Camden (Ala) Republic.
The Daily Dispatch: July 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival of Judge W. P. Hill at Galveston. (search)
Powder mill in Tennessee. --Mr. A. B. Dodgion, of Carter county, Tennessee, has erected a mill, and will be ready to manufacture powder in a few days. Plenty of saltpetre is found in the caves in Carter. A large supply of lead can also be procured in that county.