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4 edition of Register of the Confederate debt. found in the catalog.

Register of the Confederate debt.

United States. Adjutant-General"s Office.

Register of the Confederate debt.

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Published by Quarterman Publications in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Confederate States of America.
    • Subjects:
    • Money -- Confederate States of America,
    • Finance -- Confederate States of America,
    • Debts, Public -- Confederate States of America

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint, with a new foreword, of the 1880 ed. originally published under title: Register of issues of Confederate States Treasury notes.

      Statement[Edited by] Raphael P. Thian.
      ContributionsThian, Raphael Prosper, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG526 .A5 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 190 p.
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5710344M
      ISBN 100880000023
      LC Control Number70189169

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Description:The "Comprehensive Catalog and History of Confederate Bonds"is a brand new book written by Douglas B. Ball Ph.D. It is a thick hardback volume of over pages. It is a price guide, but more important, it is a study of these bonds and the events happening during the time of issue.

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RECORDS OF THE CONFEDERATE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT Textual Records: Military telegraph accounts, Papers relating to unpaid accounts of mail contractors for carrying U.S.

mail, "Allardice provides detailed biographical information on 1, Confederate colonels, both staff and line officers and members of all armies. In his introduction, he explains how one became a colonel -- the mustering process, election of officers, reorganizing of regiments -- and discusses problems of the nominating process, seniority, and "rank inflation""--Provided by publisher.

Alphabetical listing of men who served as officers in the navy for the Confederate States during the Civil War, The listings include available biographical information, including birth and appointment dates, Register of the Confederate debt. book of rankings, naval appointments, and surrender or capture dates.

-- Bell I. Wiley This vital addition to Civil War scholarship is an attempt to rescue members of the Confederate Congress from "postbellum obscurity." Modeled after Ezra J. Warner's two earlier books, Generals in Gray and Generals in Blue, the register contains an introduction describing the makeup of the Confederate Congress, biographical.

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Thian. Among those publications is the oft-cited “Register of the Confederate Debt.” Also during that time Thian produced several albums demonstrating the different types of currency produced by the Confederacy.

Some of those albums displayed just a single note for each type. The official guide to Confederate money & Civil War tokens, tradesmen & patriotic, Grover C. Criswell, Herbert Romerstein,Antiques & Collectibles, pages. Shuruq Harb A Book of Signatures, Ikon Gallery, Jun 3,Art, 20 pages.

Palestinian artist Shuruq Harb shows A Book of Signatures (), a work which contains the signatures. Author of the standard guide book to Confederate money - Collecting Confederate Money Field Edition Their signatures, and occasionally the place of issue appears on the back.

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The first Confederate bonds were issued in Montgomery, Alabama, the then-capital of the Confederate States of America (CSA). The CSA for formally proclaimed in February by the seven States that had seceded from the United States following the election of Lincoln. Register of the Confederate Debt Most Confederate notes were hand signed by Confederate widows and veterans.

In the s, Raphael Thian, an employee of the US Government, created, among other things, this book that lists the name of the signer of every Confederate note. Issued loans accounted for roughly 21% of the finance of Confederate war expenditure.

Initially the South was more successful in selling debt than the North, partially because New Orleans was a major financial center. Its financiers bought up two-fifths of a 15 million dollar loan in early Confederate Debt Operations Abroad The Confederacy floated two small loans in Europe during the American Civil War: cotton bonds in London and unbacked, high-risk “junk bonds” in Amsterdam.

These two loans accounted for less than one percent of Confederate military expenditures during the war. Cover title The Confederate States in relation to foreign states -- The Confederate States in relation to the United Sates -- The Dollar Bonds -- The Sterling Cotton Bonds -- The Fourteenth amendment -- The opinions of six Continental Jurists -- Cases quoted in favor of the claims of the bondholders -- The equities in the original controversy between North and South reserved -- An omitted.

Microfilm series M contains a register of Confederate soldiers, sailors, and citizens who died in Federal prisons and military hospitals in the North between and The register is generally organized alphabetically by name of prison or hospital and then alphabetically by name of the deceased.

A book for the collector of Confederate Treasury notes which will revolutionize the perception of the military and civil endorsements on the backs of Confederate T, T, and T interest-bearing $ notes.

Makes them easy to identify and learn the. Author: Michael A. Martorelli. Title: Financing the Civil War. Officials in both the USA and CSA were remarkably successful in finding sufficient financial resources to support their armies in the field for the better part of four long, bloody years.

Apr 3, - Explore Stig Redfizz's board "Confederate Money", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Confederate, Bank notes, Confederate states pins. The war debt of the Confederacy, held by the Confederates, is looked upon as wholly lost, and the millions who do not hold Confederate bonds, as well as the thousands who invested their paper in.

Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., by United Confederate Veterans. Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago Camp No.

InUnion had a Federal debt of about US$ 65 millions. Some of the United States seceded from Union beginning from 20th of December,and formed Confederate States by ratification of Confederate Constitution by first 5 Confederate States on. Books shelved as confederate: Blood & Iron by Harry Turtledove, Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E.

Lee by Michael Korda, Doctors in Gray. The Register of Confederate Deserters, a list of southern soldiers who crossed into Union lines and took an oath of loyalty in order to try and return home, can provide a different look at these men.

By studying the South Carolinian men on the Register, as a case-study, we can see that ideological, as well as socio-economic, motivations. The public display in the United States of Confederate monuments, memorials and symbols has been and continues to be controversial. The following is a list of Confederate monuments and memorials that were established as public displays and symbols of the Confederate States of America (CSA), Confederate leaders, or Confederate soldiers of the American Civil War.

Under+Construction. Under+Construction. Georgia Military Records. USA (1,) > Georgia (33,) > Georgia Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry. revolutionary soldiers and widows of revolutionary soldiers living in Georgia in FamilySearch Books.

revolutionary soldiers living in Georgia in FamilySearch Books. A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been. From the study cited above: The Civil War debt held by individual Confederate states at the end of the war has been estimated at $66, But, this pales compared to the debt of the Confederate States of America, which was reported to be $ billion on October 1, Added together, the Confederate debt that might be forced upon the United States for repayment equaled.

Confederate States of America A Register of Its Records in the Library of Congress Prepared by Manuscript Division staff and a record book. Records of the Confederate States of America 5. Arranged by subject and chronologically therein.

BOX 39 .After the Civil War, a large number of Confederate paper notes were taken to Washington from Richmond, Virginia, the Confederate States capital.

The money was used to compile a list of records by Raphael P. Thian in connection with the Confederate Treasury. Thian’s list was called the “Register of the Confederate Debt”. Welcome to the official page of the Interim Government of the Confederate States of America established in Though we currently exist under the occupation of the United States, our culture, our customs, our heritage and most importantly, our Constitution, are alive and unconquered awaiting the day when freedom loving Americans awaken to once again take up the banner of truth .