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Daily Archives: 30 Nov ’11
30 November 1861: Today R.W.J. of Arkansas came to my office on some business, and while there, asked if I had made recommendations for Commissioners under the Sequestration Act.
Item description: Entry, 30 November 1861, from the diary of Thomas Bragg (Attorney General of the Confederate States of America, 1861-1863), written while Bragg was in Richmond, Va. Item citation: From folder 1 of the Thomas Bragg Papers, #3304-z, Southern … Continue reading