Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
					Author and Veteran Bennie McRae, Jr.

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA

Reports, Letters and Links

 


The First Mississippi Volunteer Infantry (AD)
(Civil War Researchers and Re-enactors)
P. O. Box 691701
Jackson, MS 39269

 

E-mail: Norman.Fisher@juno.com

WHY MISSISSIPPI FOUGHT THE CIVIL WAR

 


MISSISSIPPI SOLDIERS IN THE CIVIL WAR

 

JOHN J. PETTUS, EXECUTIVE OFFICE - Jackson, Mississippi, May 1, 1862

Slaves laboring at night on the Confederate earthworks at Corinth, Mississippi.

 


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FIRST MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY (AD)
(Civil War Researchers and Re-enactors)

E-mail: Norman.Fisher@juno.com

Category: Civil War | Subcategory: Confederacy | Tags: Mississippi
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