Julia J. Bolton student notebook  1852-1855 (bulk 1852)
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   Container / Location    Title
Box   97, James S. Schoff Civil War Collection  
District of Carrollton (La.) letters [series]:
Folder   16  
  1864 May 31 . [Anonymous captain from the 14th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment] to Lieutenant Colonel Nelson Viall of the 11th United States Colored Heavy Artillery Regiment; Headquarters, District of Carrollton, L[ouisian]a. (1 page)
Provides the names of 7 citizens, including 2 African Americans and 2 women, who would testify at a trial for several men of the 80th United States Colored Infantry Regiment.
Folder   16  
  1864 June 2 . Captain Henry K. Southwick to Major John Levering; Headquarters, District of Carrollton, [Louisiana]. (1 page)
Provides the names of officers asked to participate in a court martial of Sergeant Gatlin, a member of the 80th Colored Infantry Regiment.
Folder   16  
  1864 June 10 . N[elson] B. Bartram to commanding officer of the 34th Indiana Volunteers; Headquarters, District of Carrollton, L[ouisian]a. (1 page)
Will detail 2 commissioned officers and 100 men to report for fatigue duty. On Headquarters, District of Carrollton stationery.
Folder   16  
  1864 June 10 . Major General Reynolds and John Levering to General Roberts (by telegraph); Carrollton, L[ouisian]a. (1 page)
Orders that members of the 20th United States Colored Infantry Regiment, 4th United States Colored Cavalry Regiment, and 7th United States Colored Artillery Regiment be present for a celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Folder   16  
  1864 June 16 . M. Hanke to Colonel N[elson] B. Bartram; Fort Stephens, Pass Manchac, L[ouisian]a. (2 pages)
Response to an inquiry about the wives and families of members of the 7th United States Colored Heavy Artillery Regiment, and brief history of the regiment ( June 16, 1864).