Military deserters; Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions;
Albert discussing various deserters and the situation at Fredericksburg."
[2nd page possibly written by Albert for Isaac] Isaac discusses the probability of him returning home with the next person to receive furlough.
Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Fortification; Military deserters; Patriotism; Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889; Traitors;
Delay in mail service; contractors billing the Government; traitors to the Confederacy & Jefferson Davis; the Federal Oath of Allegiance; furloughs; building of breastworks; and deserters
Chalmers, James R. (James Ronald), 1831-1898; Confederate States of America. Army -- Equipment; Guard duty; Military deserters;
Arrival of two new Mississippi Regiments without arms; discussion of what it means to be a "veteran"; guard duty at the Hospital; going sailing with Col. Chalmers and family; deserters from Fort Pickens; day of fasting and prayer
Prisoners of war; Military deserters; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Equipment and supplies
The letterbook contains letters from Confederate Army Lieutenant and Assistant Adjutant General Joseph C. Robert and his colleague, Colonel Edward Dillon, written from Camp Dick Garnett in the District of South West Mississippi and East Louisiana....
Eastland, James O. (James Oliver), 1904-1986; Crime; Law enforcement; Criminal law; Narcotics; Law Enforcement Assistance Administration; Welfare reform; Democratic Party (Miss.)
Thirty-minute campaign video to reelect U.S. Senator James O. Eastland "Paid for by Ray Cannada, Finance Chairman"' crime and law enforcement; criminal law; illegal drug traffic; Law Enforcement Assistance Administration; welfare reform;...
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783; Troop movements; Military supplies; Patriotism;
Lee sympathizes with Greene for having less-than-motivated troops, and suggests some improvements that could be made to increase morale among the men. He also suggests appealing to the public's sense of patriotism.