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Where Does Civil War Lead? Newspaper
George W. Phillips, Assistant U.S. Marshall, to Judges of U.S. Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, October 26, 1861 Judicial record
Gen. B. F. Kelley to the People of Hampshire County, Virginia, October 26, 1861 Military record
USN Lieutenant A. Murray reports on a night raid up the Chincoteague Inlet, Virginia, October 28, 1861 Military record
Chillicothe (OH) Scioto Gazette, “Disgraceful Fraud,” October 29, 1861 Newspaper
Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “The Final Blow to Liberty,” October 31, 1861 Newspaper
Henry Bellows to William Seward, Report on Condition of Confederate prisoners in New York City, October 31, 1861 Executive record
Winfield Scott to Simon Cameron, Request for Retirement, Washington, D.C., October 31, 1861 Military record
United States Army Order Number 19 , Washington, D.C., November 1, 1861 Military record
Gen. John Dix to the U.S. Marshals in Maryland, Instructions on the upcoming State Elections, November 1, 1861 Military record
Gen. Frémont's farewell address to the Western Department Army, Springfield, Missouri, November 2, 1861 Military record
Major-General Leonidas Polk, CSA, Report on the Battle at Belmont, November 7, 1861 Military record
Abraham Lincoln to Lorenzo Thomas, November 7, 1861 Letter
Brigadier-General U.S. Grant, To the troops of the November 7, 1861 engagement at Belmont, Missouri, November 8, 1861 Military record
Flag Officer A.H. Foote, USN to Navy Secretary Gideon Welles, Report on the Battle of Belmont, November 9, 1861 Military record
John Slidell, James Murray Mason, George Eustis, J. E. McFarland to Charles Wilkes, USN, Protest at Seizure, November 9, 1861 Judicial record
Judah Benjamin to Brig-General John H. Winder, Order to select Richmond prisoners for reprisal, November 9, 1861 Military record
Proclamation of Brigadier-General Nelson to his Troops, Pikesville, Kentucky, November 10, 1861 Military record
Brigadier-General U.S. Grant, Report of the November 7, 1861 engagement at Belmont, Missouri, November 12, 1861 Military record
Major-General John Adams Dix, To the People of Accomac and Northampton Counties of Virginia, November 13, 1861 Military record