PINCKNEY, SAMUEL G., 1843-1902

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2 items.<BR />
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Ensign (color bearer) 2nd Regiment S.C. Volunteers.<BR />
Ensign (color bearer) 2nd Regiment S.C. Volunteers.<BR />
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Prison release from Greensboro, North Carolina in accordance with terms of Military Convention of April 26, 1865 between General Joseph Johnston commanding the Confederate Army and Major General William T. Sherman, commanding the U.S. Army in North Carolina.<BR />
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Prison release from Greensboro, North Carolina in accordance with terms of Military Convention of April 26, 1865 between General Joseph Johnston commanding the Confederate Army and [[SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH|Major General William T. Sherman]], commanding the U.S. Army in North Carolina.<BR />
Letter of thanks from Asbury Coward to Pinckney of the Confederate Surviviors Association for inviting an escort of cadets to Richmond.
Letter of thanks from Asbury Coward to Pinckney of the Confederate Surviviors Association for inviting an escort of cadets to Richmond.

Revision as of 19:58, 22 May 2008

Papers, 1865 May 3 & 1894 May 31.
2 items.
Ensign (color bearer) 2nd Regiment S.C. Volunteers.
Prison release from Greensboro, North Carolina in accordance with terms of Military Convention of April 26, 1865 between General Joseph Johnston commanding the Confederate Army and Major General William T. Sherman, commanding the U.S. Army in North Carolina.
Letter of thanks from Asbury Coward to Pinckney of the Confederate Surviviors Association for inviting an escort of cadets to Richmond.

AF Civil War (1966.83a)


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