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Roster of the ex-Confederate soldiers living in Lincoln County, with the address of A. Nixon

delivered before the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Confederate veterans in Court House, Lincolnton, N.C., on Memorial Day, Friday, May 10th, 1907

by Alfred Nixon

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Published by Lincoln County News Print. in Lincolnton, N.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsUnited Daughters of the Confederacy. Southern Stars Chapter (Lincolnton, N.C.)
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. :
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24609441M
OCLC/WorldCa11738762

Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, Confederate Veteran, Volume XXVIII (), Forgotten Confederates Bill Yopp, colored, enlisted in the 14th Georgia Infantry on July 9, , as a drummer. He surrendered at Appomattox Court House on April 9, Fremont’s Hundred Days in Missouri. Atlantic Monthly, Jan-Mar, Introduction by G. E. Rule. The unnamed author of Fremont’s Hundred Days in Missouri was a member of the general’s staff. Clearly not a native of Missouri, this Union officer often displayed a definite bias against Missourians; no doubt fueled by reading years of “Border Ruffian” stories in eastern newspapers.

On 4 July, , the First and Sixth Battalions were, in pursuance of General Orders, organized into a regiment. On 15 June, Captain M. C. Nixon's company had been assigned to the First Battalion. The Halifax County company of Captain W. R. Williams, was now added to the two battalions, making ten companies whose officers on that day elected. One of the book’s themes is how close the American Civil War came to upending that century of British American peace: “Twice in four years Britain and the North were on the brink of war: the first time, in December , British troops were halfway to Canada by the time the two governments backed down.”.

By November, , he was ready to return to Mexico with a recruited force of American Negroes, ex-confederate soldiers and Mexican refugees. With the capture of the garrison at Monterrey, his good fortune continued until he had control of all the northern states and an army of . When the bridge into the heavily occupied city (capitol of the state and former capitol of the Confederacy and still swollen with refugees from Selma, Tuscaloosa and other badly damaged cities and towns and former slaves and ex-Confederate soldiers all seeking employment after the war) was open the next morning they drove to the farmer’s.


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