Military Units is exactly United States. Army. Colored Infantry Regiment
African AmericansArrestCanton (Miss.)CrimeCrime--MurderCrime--ThreatJailsMadison (Miss.)Montgomery, H. H.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Sharon (Miss.)United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry Regiment
Letter from Colonel William E. Bayley to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; September 13, 1865African AmericansArkansasBaley, William E.Bolivar County (Miss.)Capitulations, MilitaryCrimeCrime--RobberyDeathHarrison, UnknownHeadquarters, MilitaryMississippi. MilitiaProvost MarshalsRecruiting and enlistmentSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Stores, RetailUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry Regiment
African AmericansArrestBirchett, George K., Jr.Buck, R. S.Collin, J. D.CourtsCrimeCrime--Forcible entry and detainerCrime--ThreatCrime--Witness intimidationHeadquarters, MilitaryJuryJustices of the peaceLawyersMiller, J. WarrenPhysiciansPlantationsPrison GuardPrisonsScott, R. P.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Slocum, Henry Warner, 1826-1894Thomas, Samuel, 1840-1903TrialUnited States. Adjutant-General's OfficeUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentUnited States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned LandsUnited States. CongressUnited States. Department of the TreasuryVicksburg (Miss.)Warren County (Miss.)
African AmericansGillespie, A.Grenada (Miss.)Historically free and newly freed African AmericansSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentUnited States. President
Amnesty--United StatesArrestBirchett, Geo K., Jr.Buck, R. S.Collins, J. D.CommissionersCrimeCrime--Forcible entry and detainerCrime--FraudGeorge, UnknownHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansImprisonmentJackson (Miss.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875JudgesJuryLawyersPhysiciansPlantationsProvost MarshalsScott, R. B.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Thomas, SamuelTreasurersTrialUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentUnited States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned LandsUnited States. CongressUnited States. Department of the TreasuryUnited States. General Amnesty Act (1865)Vicksburg (Miss.)Warren County (Miss.)Washington (D.C.)
Letter from J. J. Michie and D. W. Randolph to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; July 12, 1865African AmericansAmnesty--United StatesAnderson, Green FultonBoards of PoliceCourthousesCrimeCrime--Destruction of propertyCrime--TheftHall, J. P.Headquarters, MilitaryJohnson, Andrew, 1808-1875LawyersLincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865Michie, J. J.Michie, John J.New Orleans (La.)Randolph, D. W.Sears, Claudius W. (Claudius Wistar), 1817-1881Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Stewart, J. D.United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentUnited States. PresidentWritersYazoo City (Miss.)Yazoo County (Miss.)Yerger, William, 1816-1872
African AmericansAlston, P. G.Alston, PhilipAudley, E. N.Austin, L. B.Bankston, N. W.Barden, JohnBedwell, J. D.Bedwell, J. W.Blankenship, B. J.Bradley, N. H.Buckly, D. J.Casper, A.Casper, H.Casper, SamuelChapman, William O.Charlton, RuchardCovington, J. M.Downing, G. B.Drane, J. N.Edward?, W.Epperson, J. B.Epperson, J. S.Fairchild, J. B.Fairchild, John A.Folks, E. W.Gallman, J. A.Gillespie, M. A.Gray, JamesHankins, E. C. P.Hawkins, J. M.Heming, R. J.Hunter, UnknownJohnson, C. P.Kendall, G. W.Key, A. M.King, James H.Klein, J. W.Lain, R. M.Latimer, GeorgeMarshall, S. G.MayorsMcCown, Skelt. B.McDonald, GeorgeMcNabb, T.Nelson, C. T.Parrish, EdwardPatten, E. L. W.Patten, W. D.Pernett, J. L.Peyton, J. W.Peyton, UnknownPorter, George C.Provost MarshalsRaymond (Miss.)Robertson, FrankRosey, A. L.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Shearer, O. V.Shearer, P. W.Shelton, JohnSivley, A. B.Sivley, H.Sivley, R.Sivley, W. R.Thomas, Andrew J.Thomas, S. B.United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentWhite, B. F.Williams, BenjaminWilliams, NicholsWillis, A. J.
African AmericansChristiansChristians--BaptistsClergyConfederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. ArtilleryConfederate States of America. Army. Mississippi. Cavalry Battalion, 17thCrimeCrime--Assault and batteryCrime--Destruction of propertyCrime--ExtortionCrime--MurderCrime--RobberyDeathDemocratic Party (U.S.)Disband--Military UnitsDisease and illnessDrafteesExecutionGulf Coast (Miss.)Hancock County (Miss.)Headquarters, MilitaryImpoverished peopleInvasionsLawyersLeeds, UnknownMcKinis, UnknownMexican War, 1846-1848Military desertersMilitary familiesPettus, John Jones, 1813-1867Poitevent, UnknownPortevent, UnknownRecruiting and enlistmentShip Island (Miss.)South CarolinaStarvationSteede, Abner C.Under ReviewUnited States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentVarnado, William H.
African AmericansAlabamaBenson, UnknownCanby, Edward Richard Sprigg, 1817-1873Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyDanna, UnknownJackson (Miss.)Janus?, UnknownMacon (Miss.)Meridian (Miss.)Mobile (Ala.)Recruiting and enlistmentTaylor, Richard, 1826-1879Telegraph CompanyTelegraph Company--South-Western Telegraph Company (Mobile, Ala.)United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentVan Horne, Jonathan
Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Columbus (Miss.)Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889Enslaved peopleMississippi. LegislatureRecruiting and enlistmentRichmond (Va.)Telegraph CompanyTelegraph Company--South-Western Telegraph Company (Ky.)United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry Regiment