Virginia - Reorganized Government of Virginia.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0497
Overview Correspondence, appointment, and notice. Correspondence includes a letter from Gideon D. Camden to Pierpont (1841); a letter from Frances Pierpont Pryor (F.H. Pierpont's granddaughter) to Professor Charles Ambler regarding documents of her grandfathers' which she is sending him and documents she will keep (1952); and a letter from Charles MacCarthy to W.H. Siviter, regarding Pierpont papers used by MacCarthy in writing his Lincoln's Plan of Reconstruction...
Collection Number: A&M.1509
Overview Scrapbook of Julia C. Polsley, "Sunny Side," Point Pleasant, containing clippings on the career and death of her father, Daniel W. Polsley, editor of the Wellsburg TRANSCRIPT, lieutenant governor of the Reorganized Government of Virginia, judge of the Seventh Judicial District, and member of the Fortieth Congress.
Collection Number: A&M.0761
Overview A ledger and a volume of receipts for the Reorganized Government of Virginia at Wheeling, later the state government of West Virginia. The receipts are for taxes, licenses, wills and deeds.
Collection Number: A&M.1435
Overview Selected correspondence from the Salmon P. Chase and Orlando M. Poe papers include two letters from John S. Carlile of Clarksburg requesting the removal of General William S. Rosecrans and the western Virginia theater; a letter from Governor Francis H. Pierpont concerning a loan of $200,000 for the Reorganized Government of Virginia; a letter from K.V. Whaley concerning the effectiveness of Northern arms shipped to the Ceredo area; and letters from Poe, an aide to McClellan, to his wife...
Collection Number: A&M.2561
Overview Two letters from John J. Henshaw pertaining to the Restored Government of Virginia. He discusses the general assembly of 1864 and his election to the office of Treasurer of the State of Virginia. Includes document bonding Henshaw as Treasurer.