Places is exactly Texas
Charleston (Miss.)DeathDonnellan, GeorgeEmanuel, M.Impoverished peopleJudgesMcDowell, UnknownMississippi RiverOrphansRailroadRailroad--Southern Railway (U.S.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Smedes, UnknownTexasVicksburg (Miss.)WidowsYerger, E. M. (Edward M.)
Bolivar County (Miss.)Confederate States of America. ArmyConventionsCourtsDeathGibson, W. S.Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875JudgesMcGehee, Clark MilesPardonRussianSecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TexasUnionists (United States Civil War)United States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned LandsUnited States. PresidentYerger, William, 1816-1872
Birchette, UnknownCourtsCox, Mrs. S. B.Cox, SallieCox, UnknownHenderson (Tex.)Hughes, BeverlyPhysiciansSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Tax exemptionTaxationTaxation--MississippiTeachersTexasTompkins, Mrs. PatTompkins, PatVicksburg (Miss.)
AlabamaArkansasCommissionersConfederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)Enslaved peopleFloridaGeorgiaHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansHoward, O. O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875KentuckyLand CommissionersLouisianaMilitary occupationMissouriNorth CarolinaPardonRefugeesSouth CarolinaTaxationTaxation--Confederate States of AmericaTennesseeTexasUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. General Order No. 110United States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned LandsUnited States. Freedman's Bureau Act (1865)United States. Pacific Railroad Act (1864)United States. PresidentUnited States. War DepartmentVirginiaWashington (D.C.)
AlabamaAthens (Ala.)Baker, UnknownBarnard, Frederick A. P. (Frederick Augustus Porter), 1809-1889Brandon (Miss.)Canton (Miss.)ClergyCollege studentsCollege teachersDisease and illnessFlorence (Ala.)LouisianaPurnell, H. W.Rivers, Richard H.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Summerfield (Ala.)TexasUnionists (United States Civil War)Universities and collegesUniversities and colleges--Centenary College of Louisiana (Shreveport, La.)Universities and colleges--Florence Wesleyan University (Florence, Ala.)Universities and colleges--LaGrange College (Leighton, Ala.)Universities and colleges--University of MississippiWomen's schoolsWomen's schools--Athens Female Academy (Athens, Ala.)Women's schools--Centenary Institute (Summerfield, Ala.)Wounds and injuries
Appointment to officeClerksColumbus (Miss.)Confederate States of America. ArmyDisease and illnessHospitalsHospitals--EmployeesKentuckyMarriageMilitary desertersMrs. James H. PierceNew York (State)Pierce, James H.SecessionSeddon, James A. (James Alexander), 1815-1880Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TeachersTexasWomen's schoolsWomen's schools--Columbus (Miss.) Female InstituteWounds and injuries
Appointment to officeCamp, HenryGilbert, EdwardJackson (Miss.)Land CommissionersLaw OfficesLaw Offices--Nettleton, Gilbert, & Camp, Attorneys at Law (New York, N.Y.)LawyersNettleton, CharlesNew York (N.Y.)New York (State)NotariesSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Texas
AlabamaCollege teachersDisease and illnessFlorence (Ala.)LouisianaMemphis (Tenn.)Nashville (Tenn.)Rivers, R. H.Selma (Ala.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TennesseeTexasUniversities and collegesUniversities and colleges--Brinkley Female College (Memphis, Tenn.)Universities and colleges--Centenary College of Louisiana (Shreveport, La.)Universities and colleges--Jackson College (Columbia, Tenn.)Universities and colleges--Nashville Teachers Academy (Nashville, Tenn.)Universities and colleges--Soule University (Chappell Hill, Texas)Universities and colleges--University of North Alabama
Alexandria (Ala.)Capitulations, MilitaryCommissionersConfederate States of America. CongressCrimeCrime--Destruction of propertyEmancipationEnslaved peopleHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansImpoverished peopleImprisoned peopleJackson (Miss.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875Johnston, Joseph E. (Joseph Eggleston), 1807-1891LawyersLee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870LouisianaNew Orleans (La.)PardonParolePilcher, MasonPoliticiansRed River Parish (La.)SecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Shreveport (La.)Smith, Edmund Kirby, 1824-1893Smith, Morgan L.Sparrow, EdwardTaylor, Richard, 1826-1879TexasUnited States. PresidentVicksburg (Miss.)Washington (D.C.)WatercraftWells, Unknown
Appointment to officeBlakely, D.ChairpersonConventionsDakota War, Minnesota, 1862DeathDemocratic Party (U.S.)Disease and illnessEmancipationForts--Fort Sumter (Charleston, S.C.)Military EngagementsMilitary Engagements--Fort Sumter, Siege of, Charleston, S.C., 1861Military familiesMiller, StephenMinnesotaMinnesota. GovernorMinnesota. Secretary of StateNative AmericansOrphansPeople with disabilitiesPolitical electionsPolitical elections--Election of 1860Soldiers' homesSt. Paul (Minn.)TexasUnited States. ArmyUnited States. NavyWidowsWounds and injuries
Austin (Tex.)Buckley, C. W.Crockett, J. M., 1816-1887Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889Lubbock, Francis Richard, 1815-1905TexasTexas. GovernorTexas. LegislatureTexas. Legislature. House of RepresentativesTexas. Legislature. SenateTexas. Secretary of StateTownes, R. J. (Robert J.), 1806-1865
AlabamaConfederate States of America--DraftConfederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. TexasConfederate States of America. Army. Texas. Cavalry Regiment, 3rdConfederate States of America. Army. Texas. Partisan Rangers, 1stDavis, Jefferson, 1808-1889Disease and illnessDrafteesEllitts, L.? E.?Enslaved peopleHarrison County (Tex.)Horners, UnknownJonesville (Tex.)Lane, Walter P. (Walter Paye), 1817-1892McKay, HecMilitary electionsMilitary familiesPettus, John Jones, 1813-1867Plantation overseersPlantationsResignationSurgeonsTexasWinston, T. W.Winston, W. H.
African AmericansAvery, UnknownBerwick Bay (La.)Commercial agentsEnslaved peopleJackson (Miss.)JudgesMilitary familiesMinesNew Iberia (La.)Patterson, D. S.Pettus, John Jones, 1813-1867Robinson, JohnSalt minesTaylor, Richard, 1826-1879TexasUnited States. ArmyWatercraftWatercraft--News Boy (Steamboat)
Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. CongressConfederate States of America. IrregularsDisease and illnessEllith?, UnknownGainesville (Ala.)Pettus, John Jones, 1813-1867ResignationTexasWinston, Thomas H.Winston, Thomas W.
Appointment to officeConfederate States of America--QuartermasterConfederate States of America. ArmyDunning, H. L.Headquarters, MilitaryImpressing AgentsImpressmentImpressment--War MaterialJackson (Miss.)Miles, William R.Pettus, John Jones, 1813-1867Port Hudson (La.)Red River of the NorthTexasVicksburg (Miss.)
Letter from Texas Governor Francis Richard Lubbock to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; September 22, 1862Austin (Tex.)Boalware, O. T.ClerksConfederate States of America. Department of StateConvictedCourtsCrawford, H. W.CrimeCrime--LarcenyFields, J. B.Fugitives from justiceGregg, G. G.Harrison County (Tex.)Henderson, JohnHenderson, Luther A.Hughes, PrattJailsLowndes County (Miss.)Lubbock, Francis Richard, 1815-1905Marshall (Tex.)Public prosecutorsRefugeesSanders, AlexanderSheriffsTexasTexas. GovernorTexas. State Penitentiary at RuskTownes, R. F.TreasurersTyffe, James R.Walker County (Tex.)Wilson, D. L.
Appointment to officeCivil war--Central AmericaColumbus (Miss.)Confederate States of America. ArmyHornsby, Collins C.Jackson (Miss.)Mexican War, 1846-1848MexicoPettus, John Jones, 1813-1867Recruiting and enlistmentTexasVeteransWade, William B.
Brookhaven (Miss.)Confederate States of America--DraftConfederate States of America. IrregularsDisease and illnessDrafteesHardaway, MingeHolly Springs (Miss.)McKenzie, L. T.Military familiesMilitary service exemptionMilitary substitutesMilitary training campsPettus, John Jones, 1813-1867PhysiciansRecruiting and enlistmentTennesseeTexas