Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2967
Overview A microfilm copy of the McClellan Papers, Vols. 12-14, held by the Library of Congress. There are letters to and from Gen. McClelland and his staff headquartered in Cincinnati. Also there are Confederate letters presumably captured during McClellan's first campaign into western Virginia. The rebel correspondence is between A.J. Wilson at Grafton and his family of Franklin and also orders from Richmond to Col. George Porterfield. Porterfield mentions the difficulty of raising Confederate...
Dates: 1861 May 15-30
Collection Number: A&M.1502
Overview Copies of general orders, circulars, and letters, issued and received by Brigadier General Morris of the First Brigade, Indiana Volunteers, from May through July 1861. Most of the orders and letters pertain to the military operations of the United States Volunteers in western Virginia under the command of General George B. McClellan during the months of June and July. Morris was at Grafton, Philippi, Laurel Hill, Corricks Ford, and Cheat Mountain. Correspondents include General George B....