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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 11 1 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Mississippi, (search)
erly the French fort Rosalie, garrisoned by a company of infantry under Capt. Michael Jackson, by order of the governor of west Florida......1778 Gen. don Bernardand the State becomes a stockholder......Feb. 4, 1818 By treaty with Major-General Jackson, of Tennessee, and Maj.-Gen. Thomas Hinds, of Mississippi, commissionerment by act of Feb. 12, 1821, and by a supplemental act styles the new capital Jackson......Nov. 28, 1821 Board of internal improvement, consisting of the governoh......Dec. 31, 1861 Confederate government removes the State archives from Jackson to Columbus for safety......June 16, 1862 Chief military operations in Missinvested by forces under General Grant, May 18; Vicksburg surrendered, July 4; Jackson evacuated by General Johnston, who had occupied it after the advance of the Fenor Clarke by proclamation recalls the State officers, with the archives, to Jackson, and convenes the legislature. He recommends a convention to repeal the ordin
of April last. he enlisted a Regiment for the Continental Army, of which he was commissioned as Colonel, June 2, 1775. Journals of each Provincial Congress, p. 292. The other field officers were William Bond of Watertown, Lieut.-col., and Michael Jackson, of Newton, Major. A fortnight later, he secured immortal fame. He led his regiment to Bunker Hill, and was just descending into the engagement, when a musket ball entered his groin, which proved mortal. He gave his last solemn injunction o New York; and in case there should happen any damage to said Drum, we will be at charges with them to make it good. August 4, 1777, N. B. There being £ 6. 8. 0 money left of powder, voted to deliver the same to Capt. Locke, Deacon Hill, and Mr. Jackson, to procure balls and flints. Memorandum: The powder last bought by Deacon Hill and Mr. Wyeth (at Watertown) came to £ 37. 10. 0. July 26, 1780. Voted to meet at 5 o'clock next Friday to procure the horses. July 28, Mr. Brown offers his ba