Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 27
Historical Society Papers.
Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.
R. A. BROCK,
Published by the Society.
WM. ELLIS JONES,
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Diary of Captain James M. Garnett, Ordnance Officer of Rodes' Division, 2d Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, from August 5th to November 30th, 1864, covering part of General J. A. Early's campaign in the Shenandoah Valley
Ceremonies attending the Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate dead at Jacksonville, Florida, June 16, 1898. With the addresses by Ex-Gov. F. P. Fleming, Col. R. H. M. Davidson and Gov. W. D. Bloxham, and a sketch of C. C. Hemming
Gettysburg. The courageous part taken in the desperate conflict, June 2-3, 1863, by the Florida brigade (General E. A. Perry), there commanded by Colonel David Lang, with the serious casualties sustained
Ceremonies of the Unveiling at Front Royal, Va., September 23, 1899, of the Monument to Mosby's Men, who, whilst prisoners of war, were executed September 23, 1864. With addresses by Major A. E. Richards and Hon. R. H. Downing, and further statements by Colonel John S. Mosby, as to who was responsible for the murders