Confederate States of America--Quartermaster

The Provisional Confederate Congress established the Confederate Quartermaster Department on February 26, 1861 in Montgomery, Alabama under the War Department. Initially under the command of Col. Abraham C. Myers, Brig Gen. Alexander Lawton assumed command in 1863. Operating at the national level of the Confederacy, the Quartermaster Department was responsible for procuring war materials and other supplies for the Confederate Army. (CSA-Leg. & War Dept., 1861, 4; ABT; Wiki)

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Letter from George C. McKee to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; August 11, 1869
Telegram from Assistant Quartermaster Henry Williamson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 28, 1864
Telegram from General Leonidas Polk to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; March 25, 1864
Telegram from Quartermaster General A. M. West to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 16, 1864
Telegram from Major Livingston Mims to Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Stewart; August 23, 1864
Telegram from Major Livingston Mims to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 22, 1864
Telegram from A. M. West to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 3, 1864
Telegram from C. G. Bobs to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; September 21, 1864
Telegram from Captain S. K. Ingraham to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 31, 1864
Telegram from Captain W. D. Humphries to Colonel James M. Kennard; September 28, 1864
Telegram from Colonel E. S. Fisher to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 9, 1864
Telegram from Lieutenant D. F. Nichol to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 17, 1864
Telegram from Major J. K. McCall to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 17, 1864
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Receipt from William Flippen to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 12, 1864
Receipt from William Flippen to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 12, 1864
Voucher from J. R. Coburn to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 9, 1864
Voucher from Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Stewart to Southwestern Telegraph Company; January 2, 1864
Voucher from Mississippi Governor Charles Clark to Southwestern Telegraph Company; December 2, 1863
Voucher from Southwestern Telegraph Company to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 2, 1864
Voucher to Southwestern Telegraph Company; January 2, 1864
Vouchers from Mississippi State Auditor A. J. Gillespie to Southwestern Telegraph Company; December 2, 1863
Letter from J. L. Morris to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; December 5, 1859