JENKINS, MICAH, 1835-1864

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Letters, 1855.
2 items.
Educator, Confederate Army officer, Citadel Graduate 1854, founder of King's Mountain Military School in Yorkville, S.C. in 1855.
Letters from Jenkins to his sister April 18th concerning homesickness, preparation of student exams at King's Mountain, study of law with Mr. Wilson; Sept. 9th pertains to family.

A2001.4


Letter, 1857 Nov. 6.
1 item.
Educator, Confederate Army officer, Citadel graduate 1854, founder of King's Mountain Military Academy in Yorkville, S.C. 1855.
Writes from Yorkville to a friend stating that he has established a rule, whereby, the commandant of mess (a cadet) inspects the food before each meal to see if it is satisfactory, thus eliminating complaints.

AF Jenkins


Letter, 1860 Jan. 23.
1 item.
Educator, Confederate Army officer, Citadel graduate 1854, founder of King's Mountain Military Academy in Yorkville, S.C. 1855.
To Dr. Ralph B. Hanahan concerning payment on a note. Stationery is King's Mountain Military School, Yorkville, S.C.

AF Jenkins (A1987.18)


Booklet, 1903, reprint 2002.
The Career and Character of General Micah Jenkins, C.S.A. by John P. Thomas. Columbia, S.C.: The State Company 1903. Reprint 2002 The Citadel Christian Heritage Series.

AF Jenkins, Micah


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