Confederate States of America. War Department

Operating nationally, the Provisional Confederate Congress established the War Department by an act on February 21, 1861, in Montgomery, Alabama. The department was led by the Secretary of War, appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate. It was initially led by LeRoy Pope Walker from February 25–September 16, 1861 and later led by Judah P. Benjamin (September 17, 1861–March 24, 1862), George W. Randolph (March 24–November 15, 1862), James Seddon (November 21, 1862–February 5, 1865), and Maj. Gen. John C. Breckinridge (February 6–May 10, 1865). The War Department was responsible for the administration of the Confederate Army and managed all matters pertaining to American Indian tribes within the boundaries of the Confederate States. (CSA-Leg., 1861 Public Laws, S1, 46.; Wiki)

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Telegram from John W. C. Watson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 2, 1864
Telegram from Major John R. Dickens to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 19, 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 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
Petition to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; January 11, 1862
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