Tupelo (Miss.)

Located in Lee County, Tupelo was founded as early as 1859 under the name Gum Pond and was renamed Tupelo in 1866. Tupelo serves as the county seat. (Brit; Wiki)

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Telegram from General Nathan Bedford Forrest to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 1, 1864
Telegram from General Nathan Bedford Forrest to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 5, 1864
Telegram from General Nathan Bedford Forrest to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 8, 1864
Telegram from General Nathan Bedford Forrest to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; June 24, 1864
Telegram from General Nathan Bedford Forrest to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; March 27, 1864
Telegram from General Samuel J. Gholson to Colonel W. H. McCardle; February 12, 1864
Telegram from J. R. Davis to Colonel William H. McCardle; June 12, 1864
Telegram from Lieutenant Colonel A. A. Pennington to Colonel Brooks; March 28, 1864
Telegram from Lieutenant General Stephen D. Lee to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 9, 1864
Telegram from General Stephen D. Lee to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 15, 1864
Telegram from General Stephen D. Lee to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 16, 1864
Telegram from General Stephen D. Lee to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 16, 1864
Telegram from Captain C. H. Vanderford to Lieutenant Lieutenant Colonel James M. Kennard; January 7, 1865
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 27, 1865
List of charges due to Southwestern Telegraph Company; July 1864
List of charges due to the Southwestern Telegraph Company; June 1864
Letter from Hugh R. Miller to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 8, 1861
Letter from William M. Inge to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 23, 1861
Letter from James H. Gaillard to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 29, 1862
Letter from Charles G. Johnson to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 21, 1862
Letter from Charles G. Johnson to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 23, 1862
Letter from General G[ustave] T. Beauregard to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 17, 1862
Letter from Captain G. Dudley Moore to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 28, 1862
Letter from C. D. Fontaine to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; July 29, 1862
Letter from Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus to General Braxton Bragg; July 1862