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"Social equality"

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Creator:
Miller, Kelly, 1863-1939.
Date:
1905
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11-page memoir by William Cary Dodson of his wartime experiences. He enlisted in the Confederate Army on December 31, 1861, a few months before his sixteenth birthday, serving first in Company C, 43d Mississippi Infantry Regiment and then in Company D, John D. Morgan's Regiment, 51st Alabama Cavalry. He saw action in Tennessee. In September 1863 he was captured and spent the rest of the war in prison, first at Camp Chase, Ohio, later at Rock Island, Illinois

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Creator:
Dodson, William Cary
Date:
1889
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20-page memoir written by Campbell Wood. Contains genealogical information about the Wood family, General Solomon Wood, Major Green Wood, et al, a brief biographical sketch of himself pages, his Civil War experience, copies of the wills of Solomon and Mark Red Wood (both Georgians), and copies of Letters by Solomon Wood to the Governor of Georgia seeking protection against Indian depredations. Campbell Wood served in the 5th Texas Infantry Regiment - 1908 (typescript)

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Creator:
Wood, Campbell
Date:
1908
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23-page typewritten memoir by John Bowden Malachi titled, "Some of My Experiences as a Confederate Soldier, in the Camp and on the Battlefield, in the Army of Northern Virginia". Bowden was born in Meriwether County near Greenville, Georgia on June 28, 1840. He enlisted as a private in Company B, 2nd Georgia Infantry Regiment on August 26, 1861. He served in the Army for three years in the field and a half year in prison

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Creator:
Bowden, John Malachi
Date:
between 1900 and 1920
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