Selma (Ala.)

Located in Dallas County, Selma was founded as Moore’s Bluff in 1815 and renamed Selma on December 4, 1820. Selma serves as the county seat. (ALE)

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Telegram from F. L. Brown to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; March 4, 1864
Telegram from General Stephen D. Lee to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 31, 1864
Telegram from General Dabney H. Maury to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 15, 1864
Telegram from General Dabney H. Maury to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 16, 1864
Telegram from General Dabney H. Maury to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 18, 1864
Telegram from Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Stewart to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 13, 1864
Telegram from Captain S. P. Kerr to Colonel James M. Kennard; September 14, 1864
Telegram from Colonel Josiah Gorgas to Lieutenant Colonel James M. Kennard; September 26, 1864
Telegram from General Franklin Gardner to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 18, 1864
Telegram from General Franklin Gardner to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 19, 1864
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 15, 1864
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 3, 1864
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 3, 1864
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; September 19, 1864
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; September 26, 1864
Telegram from General Richard Taylor to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; September 26, 1864
Telegram from Major J. K. McCall to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 17, 1864
Telegram from P. Ellis Jr. to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 17, 1864
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 08
Clark Series 767: Box 953, Folder 09
Telegram from W. R. Poindexter to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 22, 1865
List of charges from Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Kennard to Southwestern Telegraph Company; July 1, 1864
List of charges from Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Kennard; July 31, 1864
Letter from A. G. Brown to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 6, 1864
Letter from Mayor B.W. Sharp to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 14, 1861