American Civil War (United States : 1861-1865)
Found in 438 Collections and/or Records:
Recollections of Confederate service during the Civil War.
Literary productions in German recounting Civil War anecdotes and a handwritten copy of a poem by F. H. Lohmann that appeared in the Fredericksburg fiftieth anniversary publication.
Comprising negative microfilm reproductions of correspondence, orders, invoices, muster rolls, and other military documents, the James A. Bourland Papers, 1841-1896 (bulk 1861-1865), primarily chronicles Bourland's military career as commander of Texas troops in the Red River Valley during the Civil War and on the Texas-Cherokee Nation frontier.
A typescript of an academic essay examining abolitionism in the United States during the second year of the Civil War comprises the Homer C. Bower Narrative, [ca. 1920s].
The Marmion Henry Bowers papers concern the activities of Bowers, Travis County attorney and Texas legislator, and of his law firm, Bowers and Walker, as well as of the firm of Terrell and Walker after Bowers' death.
Composed of typescripts of correspondence, legal documents, and a diary, the William Bradbury Papers, 1841-1868, chronicle Bradbury’s career as a judge, county clerk, and farmer in Austin County, Texas.
The Thomas Charles Brady family papers consist primarily of correspondence from Thomas Brady to his wife, Jane A. Barnett Brady, during his service with the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
This collection contains correspondence between Braxton Bragg and his wife Elise during and after the Civil War, letters to H.L. Cole about Bragg’s immigration to Texas and land speculation in 1875 and 1876, and other correspondence with the Braggs.