LAW, EVANDER MCIVOR, 1836-1920

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'''Letter, 1867 Sept. 8.'''<BR />
 
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Confederate Army officer, educator, Citadel graduate 1856. Law was a professor at King's Mountain Military School before and after the Civil War.<BR />
 
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Written from Yorkville, South Carolina to Mr. Walker concerning Reconstruction and the freedmen.<BR />
 
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Photocopy. <BR />
 
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Original in possession of Jim Hayes, antiquarian.
 
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'''Funeral notice, 1920 Nov. 2.'''<BR />
'''Funeral notice, 1920 Nov. 2.'''<BR />
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'''Manuscript [c.1888]'''<BR />
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Confederate Army officer, educator, Citadel graduate 1856.  Appointed Brigadier General in the Confederate States Army in October 1862, Law's Alabama Brigade comprised five Alabama regiments. <BR />
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"From the Wilderness to Cold Harbor" written in pencil and signed by the author, E.M. Law provides an account of the battles fought in Virginia at the Wilderness, Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor from May 5 through June 3, 1864. It was published in Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Vol. 4, New York: The Century Company, 1888. <BR />
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Law is mentioned on p.10-11 in <ins>The Journal of Cadet Tom Law</ins>. E.M. Law was first first cousin of Tom Law, Class of 1859.
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'''SEE ALSO:'''
*[[CIVIL WAR 1861-1865]]
*[[CIVIL WAR 1861-1865]]
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*[[CLASS OF 1856]]
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*[[LAW, THOMAS HART, 1838-1923]]
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Current revision as of 16:17, 19 December 2011

Funeral notice, 1920 Nov. 2.
1 item.
Confederate Army officer, educator, Citadel graduate 1856.
Funeral services for Law to be held at family residence in Bartow, Florida.

AF Law.


Manuscript [c.1888]
1 item (47 p.)
Confederate Army officer, educator, Citadel graduate 1856. Appointed Brigadier General in the Confederate States Army in October 1862, Law's Alabama Brigade comprised five Alabama regiments.
"From the Wilderness to Cold Harbor" written in pencil and signed by the author, E.M. Law provides an account of the battles fought in Virginia at the Wilderness, Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor from May 5 through June 3, 1864. It was published in Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Vol. 4, New York: The Century Company, 1888.
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Law is mentioned on p.10-11 in The Journal of Cadet Tom Law. E.M. Law was first first cousin of Tom Law, Class of 1859.

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