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Bragg, Braxton, Papers

 Collection — Container: M1983-26MF
Identifier: M1983-26MF
Scope and Contents Commander, Confederate Troops at Pensacola, 1861-1862. Microfilm of the Pensacola portion of the Braxton Bragg Papers, 1861, dealing with activities at Pensacola, attack on Fort Pickens, correspondence from Montgomery and Richmond, and other materials relateing to the defense of Pensacola. OTHER INFORMATION: The microfilm covers the material in two folders; the first folder is Bragg's reports and letters describing conditions in Pensacola, plans for attack,...
Dates: Created: 1861; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1984

Clarke, Samuel W.   Civil War Letter, 1864.

 Collection — Container: WF811
Identifier: WF811-##a7e
Abstract Letter, August 15, 1864, Captain Samuel W. Clarke, Company E, 2nd Maine Cavalry Volunteers, Camp [of] 2nd Maine Cavalry, Pensacola, Florida to Major George B. Drake, Fort Barrancas, tendering his resignation as Captain, citing insulting behaviour toward him by Colonel E. W. Woodman in the presence of other units.  4 pp. (1 leaf, folded); evidence o tri-fold filing system, p. 4.   &nnsp; Countersigned (p. 4) by Colonel Commanding G. W. Woodman, August 15, 1864 who disapproved of...
Dates: Other: Majority of material found in 1864; Other: Date acquired: 10/27/2000

Collins, Lem, Letter

 Collection — Container: WF 640
Identifier: WF 640
Scope and Contents Photocopy of letter of Lem Collins, Pensacola Navy Yard, Pensacola, Florida, January 1, 1863, to wife, discussing outfitting of Union ships with ballast, use of U.S.S. Potomac as mail ship and news of General Burnside's defeat. Note: Burnside was defeated at Fredericksburg, Virginia in December 1862 and submitted his request to President Lincoln to resign. Date of letter coincidentally is date of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation which affected Pensacola but was not yet known by the...
Dates: Created: 1863; Other: Date acquired: 05/01/2006

Harris, Naomi, Papers

 Collection — Container: M1981-27
Identifier: M1981-27
Scope and Contents Personal papers, consisting of manuscript letters of the Clifford family in Pensacola (1846-1863), photographs, and photocopies of genealogical research (1946-1978) on the Clifford and Fell families of Pensacola as well as related area families and the Cliffords of Edgecomb, Maine. Includes research on the Pensacola Light House (1824-1978) and lighthouse keeper George T. Clifford.
Dates: Other: Date acquired: 10/00/1981

Tibbetts, Melvan, Letters

 Collection — Container: M1986-16
Identifier: M1986-16
Scope and Contents Union soldier from Maine.

Summary: Civil War letters (1862-1864) from Tibbetts, Company K, 15th Maine Infantry, while stationed in Pensacola, Fla., describing daily camp life, routines of chores, picket duty, and incidents in and around Pensacola; together with research materials about Tibbetts provided by Elizabeth D. Vickers.
Dates: Created: 1862-1864; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1986

Tittle, George A., Letter

 Collection — Container: WF 641
Identifier: WF 641
Scope and Contents Manuscript letter, April 1, 1861, written aboard the U.S.S. Brooklyn, off Santa Rosa Island (Fort Pickens) noting the Brooklyn's return from Key West, and placement of troops on the U.S.S. Sabine.
Dates: Created: 1861; Other: Date acquired: 04/07/2005

United States Naval Hospital (Pensacola, Fla.) Records

 Collection — Container: M1990-03
Identifier: M1990-03
Scope and Contents Records, 1826-1911, includes appointment certificate as Surgeon for Isaac Hulse (1826); daily watch journal for the Naval Hospital, 1910-1911; and correspondence log, 1864-1865, covering hospital operations, patients, employees, nurses, and deaths of Federal naval servicemen at the hospital. Correspondents include M. S. Geist, William Seaman, Samuel L. Southard, and John Quincy Adams.
Dates: Created: 1826-1911; Other: Date acquired: 11/20/1990