Washington (Miss.)

Located in Adams County, Washington was founded on February 1, 1802. Washington served as the capital of the Territory of Mississippi from 1802 to 1817 and the capital of the State of Mississippi from 1817 to 1822. Washington is an unincorporated area that is not governed by a local municipal body. (Wiki)

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Letter from Hancock Lazuer to General Irvin McDowell; July 20, 1868
Letter from Simon M. Preston to General N. A. M. Dudley; July 20, 1868
Letter from Chief of Ordnance H. K. Craig to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; February 29, 1860
Letter from W. C. Falkner to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; December 28, 1860
Letter from Postmaster W.M. Hankins to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; January 22, 1861
Letter from William K. Douglas to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; August 26, 1861
Letter from Sarah Stowers and Fannie Fauntleroy to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 2, 1862
Letter from Thomas McCruen to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; February 28, 1863
Letter from Thomas H. McCowen to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 4, 1863
Letter from W. N. Whitehurst to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 26, 1863
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Petition to Postmaster General William Dennison; June 1, 1865
Letter from L. A. Wailes to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; August 1, 1865
Letter from Mississippi Secretary of State C. A. Brougher; May 22, 1865
Copy of letter from Mississippi Governor Charles Clark to General E. D. Osband; May 22, 1865
Letter from Captain J. Warren Miller to Captain Frederick Speed; June 1, 1865
Letter from Judge Wade H. Hough of the 13th District in Louisiana; April 28, 1870
Report from Doctor George S. C. Hussey to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; March 14, 1870
Letter from William Price to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; March 22, 1871
Letter from Thomas S. Hardee to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; June 22, 1871