Richmond (Va.)

Located as an independent city, Richmond was founded in 1737 and is Virginia's capital city. During the American Civil War, Richmond also served as capital of the Confederacy. (Wiki)

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Telegram from Burton N. Harrison to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 10, 1864
Telegram from J. R. Davis to Colonel William H. McCardle; June 12, 1864
Telegram from John W. C. Watson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 23, 1864
Telegram from John W. C. Watson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 2, 1864
Telegram from Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Stewart to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; June 17, 1864
Telegram from President Jefferson Davis to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 5, 1864
Telegram from President Jefferson Davis to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 7, 1864
Telegram from President Jefferson Davis to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 29, 1863
Telegram from Secretary of the Treasury Christopher G. Memminger to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 12, 1864
Telegram from Secretary of War James A. Seddon to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 12, 1864
Telegram from Senator John W. C. Watson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 1, 1864
Telegram from W. S. Estridge to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 12, 1864
Telegram from A. W. Caldwell to Colonel Kennard; September 2, 1864
Telegram from Colonel R. M. Cuyler to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 4, 1864
Telegram from Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Stewart to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 13, 1864
Telegram from Secretary of War James A. Seddon to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 16, 1864
Telegram from Secretary of War James A. Seddon to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; August 22, 1864
Telegram to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 3, 1864
Telegram from Captain Lewis Bond to Colonel James M Kennard; September 21, 1864
Telegram from Captain S. P. Kerr to Colonel James M. Kennard; September 14, 1864
Telegram from Captain S. P. Kerr to Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 16, 1864
Telegram from Captain W. D. Humphries to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 16, 1864
Telegram from Captain W. D. Humphries to Colonel J. M. Kennard; September 17, 1864
Telegram from Captain W. D. Humphries to Colonel James M. Kennard; September 12, 1864
Telegram from Captain W. D. Humphries to Lieutenant Colonel James M. Kennard; September 22, 1864