Browsing named entities in Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government. You can also browse the collection for David Tod or search for David Tod in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

Columbus, Ohio, May 26, 1862. To the gallant men of Ohio. I have the astounding intelligence that the seat of our beloved Government is threatened with invasion, and am called upon by the Secretary of War for troops to repel and overwhelm the ruthless invaders. Rally, then, men of Ohio, and respond to this call, as becomes those who appreciate our glorious Government! . . . The number wanted from each county has been indicated by special dispatches to the several military committees. David Tod, Governor. At the same time the Secretary of War at Washington caused the following order to be issued: Washington, Sunday, May 25, 1862. Ordered: By virtue of the authority vested by an act of Congress, the President takes military possession of all the railroads in the United States from and after this date, and directs that the respective railroad companies, their officers and servants, shall hold themselves in readiness for the transportation of troops and munitions of wa
Appointment of military governor, 238; administration of government, 238-40. Process of reconstruction, 240. Subversion of state government, .384-86. Tennessee (gunboat), 173, 176, 192. Terry, Colonel, 72. Texas. Reconstruction, 640. Thomas, General, 16-17, 18, 19, 31, 268, 273,297, 361,475,482, 483, 485, 488, 490. Judge, 614. Thompson, —. Member of Confederate peace commission, 517. Tidball, —, 589-90. Tift, Messrs. 189. Tilghman, General, Lloyd, 21, 23, 340, 343. Tod, Gov., David, 89-90. Toombs, General, Robert, 131, 283. Trabue, General, 48. Tracy, General, 334. Trenholm, —, 585-86. Trigg, General, 360. Trimble, General, 93-94, 270, 271, 281, 284, 285, 302. Trobriand, General de, 642. Tucker, Commodore John R., 165, 563, 565. Turner, Capt. Edmund P., 199, 200. Twiggs, General, 328. Tyler, Gen. E. B., 392. U United States. Comparison with Confederate States, 158. Demand for reclamation from Great Britain, 224-25. Statements of Lord Russell<