2 edition of The Conscription act--letter from the Secretary of War found in the catalog.
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The Conscription act--letter from the Secretary of War by Confederate States of America. War Dept.,J. Syme, Printer to the Convention edition, in English.
The Conscription act--letter from the Secretary of War by Confederate States of America. War Dept.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Draft, Accessible book; Places: Confederate States of America. Internet Archive BookReader The Conscription act--letter from the Secretary of War. Draft -- Confederate States of America.
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Mostly in fine condition, many stamped in purple ink with "Rebel Archives, War Department, Record Division" and some with 19th-century deaccession stamp, " Collection of Confederate imprints comprising works and 12 duplicates by (Confederate States of America).
Confederate States of America. War Department: The Conscription act--letter from the Secretary of War. ([Raleigh] J. Syme, Printer to the Convention, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Confederate States of America.
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—Yesterday the colonel did not take so many letters to answer; and to-day he looked about him for other duties more congenial to his nature. Abstract: Primarily the papers cover his 30 years as U.S. senator from Kansas,although there are some items relating to years prior and after that period until his death in Nearly half the volume of the collection consists of general correspondence; a fourth is devoted to Capper's speeches.
The remainder is equally divided among agricultural correspondence; business papers. Conscription, an unpopular war-time policy, required the service of men between the ages of eighteen and forty-five.
Enacted in and amended during the war, conscription was a detested policy. Floridians hid throughout the rugged terrain to evade conscription. AUAM representatives met with Newton D. Baker, Wilson’s Secretary of War, who expressed interest in the organization’s position. 75 Johnson, supra n at On Baker’s service as Secretary of War, see Daniel R.
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A letter from Washington D.C. dated 8/25/ describing the "mothers of America", women in black veils on the steps of the capitol, who are protesting the conscription of soldiers. (The conscription bill passed on. The daily confederate. (Raleigh, N.C.)MaImage 2, brought to you by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
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