Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications Index Database Confederate Pension Records Louisiana in the Civil War Message Board Civil War Message Board Portal Official Records of the Civil War Harpers Weekly 1861-1865 Soldiers & Sailors Database - National Park Service Open Library Louisiana Division Sons of Confederate Veterans LA Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery and Museum Confederate Memorial Hall-New Orleans Friends of Fort De Russy more.... Shinn Memorial Library ________________________________________________ Manuscript Resources On the War Between the States in Louisiana (Acknowledgement page 148) A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U |V| W | X | Y | Z Acknowledgement Israel L.
Adams (1801-1860) was a merchant and farmer of Natchez, Mississippi.
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He had six children, Harriet Catharine, Mary Eliza, Franklin Oliver “Frank,” Orlander Percival, Marey, and Laura.
Frank Adams and his cousins, James and Theodore, fought in the Confederate Army.
, War-date albumen, Carte de Visite size photograph of Confederate naval Lieutenant Thomas B.
Huger who commanded the CSS Mac Rae during the Battle of New Orleans and was mortally wounded during that engagement while Farragut's Union fleet ran the blockade at Forts Jackson and St. Oval albumen photograph on a gold printed decorative background, light age tone, uncommon.........................................................., Carte de Visite.
Sandaled feet made footprints in rock at least 300 million years old in Utah.
A human-like tooth,three times normal size, was found in coal from a Montana mine.
Confederate States Army units documented include the 22nd Mississippi Regiment and the 126th Arkansas Infantry Regiment. Adams and Family Papers, Mss.3637, 1813-1890, is provided on Reel 1, Frame 0340.
Leeds; Margaret Henshaw also married, although the name of her husband is not known. Introductory Materials: 0325 Introductory Materials.
No imprint but taken by Brady in February 1866 in Washington.