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Buist, E. S., Surg., S. C., Hilton Head, S. C., 1864.
Burgess, S. N., Surg., S. C., Statesburg, S. C., 1861.
Burkhalter, J. E., Surg., Ft. Royal, S. C., 1862.
Butler, E. G. W., Maj., La. Belmont, 186-.
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Butler, W. B., Capt.. Fla., Chancellorsville, Va., 1863.
Butt, J. W., Lt., Va., Richmond, Va., 1862.
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Carr, J. G., Va.
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Carter, J. C., Brig. Gen., Ga., Franklin, Tenn., 1864.
Carey, G. M., Va., Gloucester Co., Va., 1862.
Carson, S. M., Surg., Va., Tennessee.
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Chalmers, J., Va., Fairfax, Va., 1861.
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Chapman, G. B., Capt., Va
towns suffered most, such places as Jackson, Meridian, Columbus and Aberdeen in Mississippi; Selma, Montgomery, Eufala, and Huntsville, in Alabama; Albany, Macon, Augusta, Athens, Rome and Atlanta in Georgia; Spartanburg, Greenville and Columbia, in South Carolina; Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Raleigh, Statesville and Charlotte, in Norready for use.
In making gunpowder the lighter woods, such as willow, dogwood and alder charcoal were recommended.
I append an advertisement taken from the Augusta, Ga., Chronicle of 1862: To our contractors—Willow wood wanted!
500 cords will be contracted for, to be delivered on the line of the canal at the government powder factory at Augusta, Ga., at the rate of not less than 100 cords a month, commencing December 1st next.
Out of the wood of the white poplar, split into shavings like tape or braid, the stuff called sparterie was made, used in the manufacture of hats.
It is said that one workman with the aid of a child to carry off the shaving