Organizations is exactly Political Parties--Constitutional Union Party (U.S.)
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Alcorn Collection. Letter from Thomas J. Burges to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn, asking if the government is willing to reimburse him for the loss of his "small fortune" due to the War.
Letter from Ira McDowell to Colonel Otto Funke, referred to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; June 1865
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Letter from Ira McDowell at Greensboro, Mississippi, to Colonel Otto Funke, commander of the United States Army post at Grenada, Mississippi. In his letter, dated June 22, 1865, McDowell warns Funke that secessionist men are attempting to take power by seeking appointments to vacant offices in the local government of Choctaw County, Mississippi. McDowell asks Funke to telegraph Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey about this matter, as Funke believes that said men are on their way to Jackson, Mississippi, to present a petition for appointments to Sharkey. Attached is a note from Colonel Funke to Sharkey, dated June 23, 1865, in which Funke refers McDowell's letter to the governor with the request that Sharkey consult "the large number of Union men" in Choctaw County about the appointment of civil officers.
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Letter from Captain D. M. Graves, commanding the 12th Indiana Cavalry at Starkville, Mississippi, to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey, informing Sharkey that he has administered the amnesty oath to several of the officials of Oktibbeha County, Mississippi.
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Letter from Thomas S. Gathwright, Principal of the Summerville Institute at Gholson, Mississippi, to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey, asking Sharkey to recommend him to the federal government for appointment as United States Marshal for the northern district of Mississippi. Gathwright names President F. A. P. Barnard of the Columbia College of New York as a reference. Gathwright asks for Sharkey's support before the position is given to someone else, and emphasizes he has a family to support.