2 edition of [Genealogical notes on Alabama military unts, Union]. found in the catalog.
[Genealogical notes on Alabama military unts, Union].
Sherman Lee Pompey
|LC Classifications||E495.3 .P65 1984|
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|LC Control Number||84244865|
African American soldiers were paid less than whites throughout most of the war. The Reconstituted First travel to events throughout the southeast to sit around camp all morning and enjoy each others company, fight the afternoon battle, play music all night long, and drink a lot of beer until you start all over again in the morning. ByEnglish traders from Carolina were frequenting the Alabama river valley. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Although African American troops believed this indicated their acceptance as equals, in reality it was cheaper to provide them standard equipment than to issue separate uniforms. At the start of the war the University of Alabama converted to a military form of governance, with it's primary duty to produce new officers for the Confederate Army.
This conflict knew many names including "the late war with Great Britain and the Indians" but eventually it became the War of On this site, you can read Stories about battles the unit was in. Militia records and records of the U. The index is currently being created by World Archives Project contributors. Historians have not definitively determined what constitutes an "Alabama" regiment, and whether the partly white First Alabama Cavalry Regiment counts as "African American.
Oxford, England: Osprey Publishing, Some years also included race categories and distinguished between individuals who were free and who were slaves. Railroad guards protected bridges and railroad tunnels, and rode aboard supply trains to protect them from raiders. Returns from U. They were exposed and in danger every minute of their lives. They were shot sitting by their firesides or walking on the road; they had to leave their families to the abuse of the enemy; had to keep themselves closely concealed like the vermin in the woods until they could make escape through the lines, and then had to share the same hardships of soldiers life that the comrades of the North bore.
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On your unhappy State will inevitably fall the evils of the conflict you force upon the Government of your country. Not included here are the numerous local publications of the pension lists. Forrest's men were the last troops of the Confederacy to lay down their arms. I'm 50 now. Inthe Mississippi Territory was divided into the area that later became the state of Mississippi, and the remainder became the Alabama Territory.
One of the great laments of American research has been that two great gaps exist in finding one's ancestors. The people of Winston County, Alabama, hill farmers of modest means, were typical of southern unionists. Army Regulations stipulated that every post was to submit a return to the Adjutant General, usually at monthly intervals.
At a time when the country was about to go war, many Alabama unionists spoke about how President Jackson would have dealt with secession by hanging the ringleaders and crushing the rebellion before it got started.
They recognized quite early that this was not their fight, but that it was the landed gentry. New York: Longmans, Green, The Loyalty to Old Hickory If the inhabitants of the upland South were willing to give a new president the benefit of the doubt, they revered a former president.
Ironically, it was that harsh treatment that pushed many Alabama unionists into the federal camp to take arms against the Confederacy.
Infloods forced the abandonment of Fort Louis, in favor of the first permanent European settlement, Fort Conde, the present city of Mobile built on higher ground. In large measure, however, the African American Alabama regiments guarded railroad lines in Tennessee and Alabama and performed occupation duties after the Confederate surrender.
For a typical soldier, these records frequently give his county, as well as state of birth; age; physical description; and other information, as abstracted for men of Virginia birth or service in Stuart Lee Butler, Virginia Soldiers in the United States Army Athens, Ga.
These were vital though unglamorous military duties required to keep the fighting armies in the field. For militia records see the records in the respective state archives of the state where you the ancestor served. In JulyCongress set the pay for African American laborers working for the army equal to that of white laborers, intending to protect runaway slaves from exploitation.
Bibliographies and guides to sources for the War of include Stuart L. Many of the 2, men listed on its rolls, however, were African American.
The widely available indexes to federal land grants by the Bureau of Land Management do not include military bounty lands.The USGenWeb Archives Project - Alabama.
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A great genealogical reference, includes several portraits of individuals. The Confederate mail carrier; or, From Missouri to Arkansas through Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. An unwritten leaf of /5(4).
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