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Emancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleHeadquarters, MilitaryJackson (Miss.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875Miller, J. WarrenMississippi. Treasury DepartmentOsterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917Pearl River (Miss. and La.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873United States. Adjutant-General’s OfficeUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Special Order No. 16
AlabamaAugustus, W. B.Beasley, WilliamBush, E. T.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. CongressConfederate States of America. Congress. Legislation. Impressment Law (1863)Connor, W. M.Cunningham, J. M.Dupree, DanielFarmersFarris, EugeneFoote, H. W.ImpressmentImpressment--War MaterialIvy, B.Kemper County (Miss.)Macon (Miss.)McDavid, John J.Neshoba County (Miss.)Noxubee County (Miss.)Noxubee River (Miss.)Pickens County (Ala.)PlanterPrairie (Miss.)Ross, William C.Winston County (Miss.)
Annapolis (Md.)Appointment to officeBaltimore (Md.)Bartot, James L.Burrgess, Henry HowardClark, Charles, 1811-1877Essex County (N.J.)Jackson (Miss.)JudgesLand CommissionersLawyersMarylandMaryland. Court of AppealsMinnesotaMississippi. Executive DepartmentNew JerseyNewark (N.J.)Sibley, Henry Hopkins, 1816-1886South Orange (N.J.)Taney, Roger B.Universities and collegesUniversities and colleges--Seton Hall University (South Orange, N. J.)Willie, William M.
Letter from Ira McDowell to Colonel Otto Funke, referred to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; June 1865Appointment to officeChoctaw County (Miss.)City Council MembersCrimeCrime--FraudDrane, UnknownFunke, OttoGreensboro (Miss.)Grenada (Miss.)Headquarters, MilitaryJackson (Miss.)McDowell, IraPolitical Parties--Constitutional Union Party (U.S.)Political Parties--Whig Party (U.S.)SecessionSecessionistsSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Unionists (United States Civil War)United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Illinois. Cavalry Regiment, 11thWebster County (Miss.)
Appointment to officeBailey, T. S.Bellamy, G. W.Betts, Abel B.Calhoune, H. T.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877ClerksCourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsDisease and illnessJudgesL Vern?, T. F.McBrinig, J. F.Probate courtsProbate law and practiceRayburn, R. S.Rhem, James W.Robersen, G. B.Russel, L. H.Selling--LiquorsSheriffsTallahatchie County (Miss.)Thurston, JohnTrewoller, H. L.White, H. S.
Brandon, William Lindsay, 1801-1890Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. Adjutant and Inspector-General's OfficeConfederate States of America. Bureau of ConscriptionConfederate States of America. War DepartmentConscript officersCovington County (Miss.)Cuvellier, P. CharlesEnterprise (Miss.)Harthorn, WoodHeadquarters, MilitaryHudson, Thomas J.Justices of the peaceMacon (Miss.)Military Events--Military dischargeMilitary Events--Military electionsMilitary Events--Military service exemptionMilitary Events--Recruiting and enlistmentPinckney, ThomasPolitical electionsRichmond (Va.)Seddon, James A. (James Alexander), 1815-1880Weir?, William
Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. CongressCovington County (Miss.)Criminal Procedure--ArrestEasterling, W. K.Jones County (Miss.)Military Events--Disband Military UnitsMilitary Events--Military service exemptionMilitary Status--Military desertersMilitary training campsMississippi. MilitiaMississippi. Militia. Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (Easterling's)Mississippi. Militia. Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (Easterling's). Company KQuarles, William H.Rankin County (Miss.)Scott County (Miss.)Shubuta (Miss.)Smith County (Miss.)
AlabamaAppointment to officeAugusta (Ga.)Bliss, UnknownChristiansChristians--PresbyteriansChurchesClark, Charles, 1811-1877Clayton, George R.ClergyColumbia (S.C.)Columbus (Miss.)CommissionersEmancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleEnslaversField, UnknownGeorgiaHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansJackson (Miss.)JudgesLawyersLucket, UnknownLyon, James A.Mississippi. LegislaturePhysiciansPolitical electionsPoliticiansSchoolsSouth CarolinaUnder ReviewWalker, G. J. S.
AuditorsBarksdale, William, 1821-1863Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Clark, Mrs. CharlesCommissionersConfederate States of America--OrdnanceConfederate States of America--QuartermasterConfederate States of America. ArmyCrimeCrime--Destruction of propertyDahlgren, Charles Gustavus, 1808-1888Daniels, R. W. T.DeathHaynes, James MarionJackson (Miss.)Macon (Miss.)McAfee, M.McAfee, Mrs. M.Mims, Livingston, 1833-1906Morey, D. B.Morey, J. G.Powers, J. S.Richmond (Va.)Taylor, W. H. S.United States. ArmyVirginiaWest, Absalom Madden, 1818-1894
AlabamaAlabama. GovernorClapp, J. W.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Commercial agentsConfederate States of America. Produce Loan OfficeCrimeCrime--Destruction of propertyCrime--ForgeryCrime--FraudGrenada (Miss.)Macon (Miss.)Meador, W. H.Sample, J. A.Trial
Appointment to officeBrannon, J. L.Cheves, T. A.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877ClerksCoffeeville (Miss.)Commercial agentsCook, WilliamCourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsDistillationDistilleriesGorin, Henry H.JudgesJustices of the peaceMississippi. Legislation. An act to prevent the distillation of spirituous liquors… (Approved April 5, 1864)Newberry, Marshall C.Newburger, LeopoldPhysiciansPower of AttorneyProbate courtsProbate law and practiceSelling--LiquorsSheriffsWard, T.Wilson, L. K.Yalobusha County (Miss.)
Adams, Benjamin C.Appointment to officeBrannon, J. L.Cheves, T. A.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877ClerksConfederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)CourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsDistillationDistilleriesGrenada (Miss.)Hartley, S. B.JudgesJustices of the peaceLake, LevinMcLean, R. D.Military EngagementsMilitary Engagements--Shiloh, Battle of, Tenn., 1862Mississippi. Legislation. An act to prevent the distillation of spirituous liquors… (Approved April 5, 1864)People with disabilitiesProbate courtsProbate law and practiceSelling--LiquorsSheriffsWard, T.Wilson, S. R.Wounds and injuriesYalobusha County (Miss.)
Attala County (Miss.)Boards of PoliceClark, Charles, 1811-1877CommissionersConfederate States of America--DraftConfederate States of America--Draft. EvasionConfederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. CavalryCourtsCrimeCriminal Procedure--ArrestCriminal Procedure--ImprisonmentCriminal Procedure--IndictmentsCriminal Procedure--PardonCriminal Status--Imprisoned peopleDistillationDistilleriesEdinburg (Miss.)Grand juryHarmons?, UnknownHolmes County (Miss.)Hudson, Robert S.Impoverished peopleJudgesJudicial DistrictsLeake County (Miss.)Madison County (Miss.)Military Status--Draft resistersMilitary Status--Military desertersMilitary Status--Military familiesMississippi. Legislation. An act to prevent the distillation of spirituous liquors… (Approved April 5, 1864)Mississippi. Legislation. Chapter XXIII (1863)Mississippi. LegislatureMississippi. MilitiaMississippi. State Penitentiary (Jackson, Miss.)PharmacistsPhysiciansPolicePolitical electionsRentfrow, UnknownSelling--LiquorsUnder ReviewUnionists (United States Civil War)United States. ArmyYazoo County (Miss.)
Appointment to officeBrandon (Miss.)Clark, Charles, 1811-1877ClerksCole, H. S.CourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsFerguson, J. H.Hancock, J. L.Harris, T. D.Macon (Miss.)Mississippi. Executive DepartmentPhysiciansProbate courtsRankin County (Miss.)Selling--LiquorsSheriffsTappan, Rufus
African AmericansClark, Charles, 1811-1877CrimeCrime--ShootingDennis, UnknownDunning, UnknownEmancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleEnterprise (Miss.)Impressing AgentsImpressmentImpressment--Enslaved peopleMacon (Miss.)Mississippi. MilitiaMississippi. State Salt WorksMobile (Ala.)Philips, Z. A.,Piney Woods (Miss. : Region)ResignationSalt contractorsTeamsters
City Council MembersClark, Charles, 1811-1877CommissionersCriminal Procedure--Writ of Habeas CorpusEdenburg (Miss.)Hudson, Robert S.JudgesKosciusko (Miss.)LawyersLeake County (Miss.)Macon (Miss.)Military Events--Military service exemptionNiles, JasonSchools