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Virginia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:

Civil War Broadside. U. S. Army Occupation of Lexington, Virginia. [digital]

 Digital Collection
Identifier: http://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/2008

Derastus E. W. Myers letter

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0379
Scope and Contents Letter, dated 11 May 1863, from Confederate soldier Derastus E. W. Myers to his brother and sister. The letter was written from "Camp Near Hamilton's Crossing" after the Battle of Chancellorsville. The letter regards the death of Stonewall Jackson. Myers served as a Sergeant with the 33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment.

Dispatch, Gen. Robert E. Lee to Col. William Gilham, 1861-07-19

 Item
Scope and Contents Dispatch, July 19, 1861, ordering Gilham to muster troops and "oppose the progress of the enemy" in the vicinity of Staunton, Virginia.

Dispatch to General Richard S. Ewell, 1862 August 5

 Item
Scope and Contents Dispatch requests the names of officers involved in enrolling conscripts.

Dispatch to General Richard S. Ewell, 1862 August 5

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/1772

Dispatch to Major General Richard S. Ewell, 1862 August 2

 Item
Scope and Contents Dispatch regards General Jackson's orders that the 9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment to report to General A. P. Hill.

Dispatch to Major General Richard S. Ewell, 1862 August 2

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/1770

Document, 1863 December 22

 Item
Scope and Contents Document explains that Maj. Wells J. Hawks is to proceed to the Valley District to procure subsistence supplies.

Document, 1863 December 22

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/1778

Dunlap Family letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0373
Scope and Contents Two letters regarding members of the Dunlap family of Jennings Gap, Augusta Coounty, Virginia. May 20th, 1864--Confederate soldier Robert B. Dunlap to his mother Margaret Dunlap, written from camp near Spotsylvania Courthouse; describes aftermath of battle, seeing battlefield covered with dead and wounded. July 13, 1864, Adam Dunlap, a Union loyalist, to his brother Robert, from Warnsburg, Missouri; discusses murder of their brother Jim (also a Union loyalist) by a member of his own unit;...