Pacioli, Luca, ca. 1445-1517;Pacioli, Luca, ca. 1445-1517 -- Portraits;Portraits -- Pacioli, Luca, ca. 1445-1517
This article, first delivered as a paper at the 1980 World Congress of Accounting Historians in London,1 presents the results of three decades of the author's research in pursuit of a true image of Luca Pacioli. Portraits, sculptures, and sketches...
Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Health; Fredericksburg (Va.); Fathers and sons; Troop movements;
Thomas discussing rumors of the front at Fredericksburg & the Confederate Army being pushed back to Grenada, the health of various troops, his rejected furlough, weather conditions in Virginia, and advice on home matters & hiding food from the...
Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army -- Equipment; Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Health; Smallpox; Rumor -- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865;
Jonathan discussing his health and that of the company; conditions at camp, including easy access to food and water; rumor of a possible furlough for 1 of 20 men; prices of food supplies; rumors of home events and laments not hearing from the women...
States' rights (American politics); Southern States -- Identity; Parties;
Albert, from home, writing to his friend detailing his social life and longing for youthful happiness. Also discusses State's Right, Southern identity and concern over the possibility of the North pushing the troops back to Grenada.
Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A
Letter from J.T. Alford to Bridges describing his own wound and the mortal casualty of their friend Dick; mentions Grant's relentless determination to take Richmond and his (Alford's) belief in the Confederacy's success.
Parent and child; Religion; Baptists; Tuition; Education; Women in education; Church attendance;
Matthew writes of the state of education in Richland and that of his children. Also discusses religion, attendance in his church. Finally, Matthew includes a note to Mr. Wear concerning Mary's tuition.
Letter from Matthew to his daugher concerning travel of her friends Miss. Virgel and Ellen, who visited Jeremiah as well. Also concerns the death of his friends D'Lampt and D'Yandel & others' misfortune and unhappiness. Finally discusses the health...
Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment; Health; Families; Fathers and sons; Fathers and daughters; Crops;
Matthew writes to Jerrie Sanders concerning various business matters, particularly his Matthew's gin and Jerrie's request for money. Also discusses various family members health and activities, including Jeremiah's enlistment.