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Confederate States of America -- Army -- Supplies and stores

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

7th Virginia Cavalry Quartermaster Documents

Identifier: MS-0399
Scope and Contents This Civil War collection consists of requisitions and receipts (21 items) issued primarily by Capt. William Miller, Assistant Quartermaster serving on the staff Col. Turner Ashby's 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Confederate States Army. The documents date from the period Dec. 1861-March 1862 and many bear Ashby's signature. Included are receipts for corn, oats, and hay purchased from various farmers.

George W. Rosenberger Papers

Identifier: MS-0387
Scope and Contents The George W. Rosenberger Papers consist of miscellaneous documents and photographs relating to Rosenberger, his family, and the operation of his cattle breeding operation at the family farm,"Rosendale", located in Rockingham County, Virginia. Included are papers documenting the breeding and sale of cattle, 1854-1870's; Confederate government "tax in kind" assessment documents, 1864; miscellaneous Civil War documents, largely pertaining to Rosenberger's hiring of Abner...

Mahone's Brigade Commissary Documents and Miscellaneous Other Virginia Civil War documents

Identifier: MS-0235
Scope and Contents The bulk of this collection consists of documents relating to commissary stores, provisions, and supplies handled by Major P. M. Slaughter, Brigade Commissary, Mahone's Brigade. Miscellaneous other documents include correspondence relating to the enlistment of Shelton Watts of Amherst County, Virginia, in Thomas Kirkpatrick's Battery; and two legal broadsides from District Court of Confederate States concerning sequestration of property of "alien enemies".

Michael G. Harman Civil War papers, 1861 [Digital]

 Digital Collection

Michael G. Harman Papers

Identifier: MS-0397
Scope and Contents Scope and Content Information

The papers consist of the Civil War letters (6 items; July-October 1861) of Lt. Col. Michael G. Harman, written from Headquarters, Staunton, Virginia, where Harman was Quartermaster. The letters were written primarily to General Henry R. Jackson, headquartered at Monterey. The correspondence concerns supplies of corn, clothing, horses and other items; transportation problems; and other Quartermaster Department problems.

Zirkle Lohr receipt for crops, 1863 [digital]

 Digital Collection