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    • A. Trotter

    • A. Trotter
    • Jus. A. Trotter, Assistant Professor of Law
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • A.B. Stewart

    • A.B. Stewart
    • A.B. Stewart (Madison County, Mississippi); also credited as Andrew Baron Stewart
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • A.J. McNeal

    • A.J. McNeal
    • A.J. McNeal (Bolivar, Tennessee); also credited as Albert Thomas McNeal
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • A.J. Quinche

    • A.J. Quinche
    • A.J. Quniche, Professor of Latin and French
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • Andrew Jackson Harris

    • Andrew Jackson Harris
    • Andrew Jackson Harris, Attorney-at-Law (Scott County, Mississippi)
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • Burton N. Harrison

    • Burton N. Harrison
    • Burton N. Harrison, Professor of Physics, Astronomy and Civil Engineering, became the private secretary to Confederate President Jefferson Davis in 1862; father of Francis Burton Harrison.
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • Caleb Josiah James Shipp

    • Caleb Josiah James Shipp
    • Caleb Josiah James Shipp, B.A. Lafayette County, Mississippi. DKE. Phi Sigma Literary Society.
    • Elijah Fleming Collection
    • The daguerreotypes in this collection, created by Elijah Fleming (UM 1859), depict the 19 members of the University of Mississippi class of 1859, Chancellor Barnard, and a faculty member. The identification of the subjects was performed by Dr....
    • Calvin Breckenridge McCalibb

    • Calvin Breckenridge McCalibb
    • Calvin Breckenridge McCalibb (Kemper County, Mississippi)
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • Chapel

    • Chapel
    • The Chapel with Literary Societies upstairs
    • Class of 1861
    • In 1861, political events interrupted campus activities at the University of Mississippi; many students withdrew before the end of the school term to enlist in the Confederate Army. Most joined a company called the "University Greys", C.S.A. Army...
    • Charles Joseph Eggleston

    • Charles Joseph Eggleston
    • Charles Joseph Eggleston, B.A. Holmes County, Mississippi. Phi Sigma Literary Society. No fraternity badge shown in the picture. He lived in Lexington.
    • Elijah Fleming Collection
    • The daguerreotypes in this collection, created by Elijah Fleming (UM 1859), depict the 19 members of the University of Mississippi class of 1859, Chancellor Barnard, and a faculty member. The identification of the subjects was performed by Dr....

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