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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
Second Mississippi, Colonel J. M. Stone. Eleventh Mississippi, Lieutenant-Colonel W. B. Lowry. Twenty-sixth Mississippi, Colonel A. E. Reynolds. Forty-second Mississippi, Lieutenant-Colonel A. M. Nelson. First Confederate Battalion,—— —— Cook's brigade. Fifteenth North Carolina, Lieutenant-Colonel W. H. Yarbrough. Twenty-seventh North Carolina, Colonel J. A. Gilmer, Jr. Forty-sixth North Carolina, Colonel W. L. Saunders. Forty-eighth North Carolina, Colonel S. H. Walkup. McRae's brigade. Eleventh North Carolina, Colonel W. J. Martin. Twenty sixth North Carolina, Colonel J. R. Lane. Forty-fourth North Carolina, Colonel T. C. Singeltary. Forty-seventh North Carolina, Colonel G. H. Faribault. Fifty-second North Carolina, Colonel M. A. Parks. Archer's brigade. First Tennessee, Lieutenant-Colonel N. J. George. Seventh Tennessee, Colonel J. A. Fite. Fourteenth Tennessee, Colonel W. McComb. Thirteenth Alabama, Lieutenant-Colonel James Aiken. Walker'
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Contributions to the history of the Confederate Ordnance Department. (search)
he troops and fortifications in the southern part of the Confederacy. Attracted by the deposits of fine ore immediately north of Selma, made accessible by the Selma, Rome and Dalton Railroad, the War Department accepted the proposition of Mr. Colin McRae to undertake the erection at Selma of a large foundry for the casting of cannon of the heaviest calibre. A large contract was made with him and advances of money made from time to time as the work progressed. After a time Mr. McRae was caMr. McRae was called on by President Davis to go abroad in connection with Confederate finances. He made it a condition that he should be relieved of his works and contract at Selma without pecuniary loss to himself. The works were thereupon assumed by the War and Navy Departments jointly, and placed at first under the charge of Colonel Rains as general superintendent, while an officer of less rank took immediate charge. Subsequently it was agreed by the War Department that the Navy should take sole charge
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Development of the arsenals, armories and other places of manufacture of Ordnance stores. (search)
he troops and fortifications in the southern part of the Confederacy. Attracted by the deposits of fine ore immediately north of Selma, made accessible by the Selma, Rome and Dalton Railroad, the War Department accepted the proposition of Mr. Colin McRae to undertake the erection at Selma of a large foundry for the casting of cannon of the heaviest calibre. A large contract was made with him and advances of money made from time to time as the work progressed. After a time Mr. McRae was caMr. McRae was called on by President Davis to go abroad in connection with Confederate finances. He made it a condition that he should be relieved of his works and contract at Selma without pecuniary loss to himself. The works were thereupon assumed by the War and Navy Departments jointly, and placed at first under the charge of Colonel Rains as general superintendent, while an officer of less rank took immediate charge. Subsequently it was agreed by the War Department that the Navy should take sole charge
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
ion, fatalities in its officers, 193. Pleasanton, Gen. A., 35. Plume, Gen. Joseph, 165. Plummer, Rev. Dr. W. S., 71. Poindexter, Rev. James E., 144. Rains, Col. G. W.. 4, 16. Ramsey W. R., 298. Reynolds, Death of General, 121. Richmond? Who was last to leave the burning city of, 317. Rodes Gen. R. E., 8. Rogers, Capt. Geo. J., 208. Ryal, Lieut. C. M., 65. St. John, Col. J. M., 10 16. Salem Church, Monument at, 167. Sedgwick General 80. Selph. Capt. Colin McRae, 256. Semmes, Admiral R., 2. Seward, W. H., Treachery of, brought firing on Sumter, 360. Shea, Hon. George, 243. Sherman, General, His pillage and destruction, 152. Slingluff, L. F. C., 152. Slocum, General, 122. Smith, Gerrit, 248. Spayd, H. H., 274. Spotsylvania, Monuments to those who fell at, 164. Staunton River Bridge, Gallant defence of, 321. Stevens, Thaddeus, 251. Stewart, Gen. George H., 133. Stone, Roy. United States Department of Agricult