Places is exactly New Mexico
Aberdeen (Miss.)Anderson, UnknownBuchanan, James, 1791-1868Confederate States of America. ArmyDeathDemocratic Party (U.S.)Disease and illnessHouston, Lock E.Impoverished peopleIndian agentsKendrick, Silas F.Military familiesMonroe County (Miss.)New MexicoPolitical electionsRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )SecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SheriffsSims, John B.Unionists (United States Civil War)United States. PresidentVernon, UnknownVeteransWounds and injuries
Aberdeen (Miss.)AlabamaAmnesty--United StatesAnderson, UnknownAppointment to officeBirthBuchanan, James, 1791-1868Confederate States of America--DraftConfederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)Davis, L. H.Houston, S. E.Impoverished peopleIndian agentsJackson (Miss.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875JudgesKendricks, S. F.LawyersMonroe County (Miss.)Native AmericansNative Americans--Pueblo NationNew MexicoPolitical electionsProbate law and practiceResignationSecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SheriffsUnionists (United States Civil War)United States. General Amnesty Act (1865)United States. President
Adams, Stephen, 1807-1857Ambler, D. A.Brougher, C. A.Chamberlain Miller & Company (Charleston, S.C.)Charleston (S.C.)Confederate States of America. CongressConvictedCrimeCrime--MurderDeathEllis, J. B.Jackson, UnknownJuryLawyersLegislatorsMississippi State Penitentiary (Jackson, Miss.)Mississippi. Secretary of StateNew MexicoPardonPeople with disabilitiesPettus, John Jones, 1813-1867Philadelphia (Pa.)Ripley (Miss.)Smith, N. G.Strickler, H. W.Thompson, John W.TrialTruitt Brothers & Company (Philadelphia, Miss.)William Goodrich & Company (Philadelphia, Miss.)Wright, D. B.
AbolitionistsAmerican Party (U.S.)Boston (Mass.)Brown, John, 1800-1859CrimeCrime--MurderCrittenden, John J. (John Jordan), 1787-1863Democratic Party (U.S.)Enslaved peopleExecutionFaneuil Hall (Boston, Mass.)FortsFree Soil Party (U.S.)Historically free and newly freed African AmericansKentuckyLegislatorsMassachusettsMilitary EngagementsMilitary Engagements--John Brown's Raid, Harpers Ferry, W. Va., 1859New MexicoPoliticiansRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )SecessionSumner, Charles, 1811-1874United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783United States. CongressUnited States. Congress. SenateVirginiaWashington, George, 1732-1799Whig Party (U.S.)