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Navarro College

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Navarro College

3200 West 7th Avenue

Corsicana, TX 75110

Description:

Navarro College is a two-year public institution consisting of a main campus located in Corsicana, with branches in Fairfield, Mexia, Midlothian, and Waxahachie, Texas.

Categories: James Buchanan, Ulysses S. Grant,

Collections:
Civil War letter of Winfield Scott, 1860 Dec. 30
Ulysses S. Grant papers, 1863-1866

Note that this is an incomplete collections list. Please contact the organization directly for the most current information about their holdings.


Civil War letter of Winfield Scott, 1860 Dec. 30

1 item (3 p.)
Letter from Winfield Scott to Pres. James Buchanan relating to Scott's concern for the federal outpost at Fort Sumter, S.C. Ten days after South Carolina succeeds from the Union leaving the fate of the fort and its defenders in doubt, Scott suggests sending a sloop of war and cutter and two hundred and fifty recruits with armaments and supplies to reinforce Fort Sumter.
Winfield Scott Papers, 1860, Pearce Civil War Collection, Navarro College, Corsicana, Texas.
General-in-chief of the U.S. army (1841-1861); resigned Nov. 1861.
In English.
Finding aid in the repository.
Forms part of: Pearce Civil War collection.

http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/70977643
 

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1 item

Presidential content includes:

- James Buchanan

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Ulysses S. Grant papers, 1863-1866


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Four letters and a photograph documenting the Civil War military career of Ulysses S. Grant. Letter (3 Apr. 1863; 2 p.) written during the campaign for Union control of Vicksburg, Miss., relating to Grant accepting Gen. Stephen Hurlburt's offer to transfer all of his cavalry to the south in support of the campaign; letter (5 May 1863; 1 p.), also written during the Vicksburg campaign, asking Capt. Kidder Randolph Breese, commander of the flagship Black Hawk, to "send one of the Iron Clads to drive [the enemy] out" of Greenville, Miss.; letter (26 Dec. 1864; 3 p.) written to "Jones" (probably Grant's friend, J. Russell Jones) including observations regarding the Confederacy's recent difficulty in recruiting new troops; letter (3 Mar. 1865; 1 p.) addressed to Maj. Gen. Henry Wager Halleck, informing him of the assistance being given to Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman by General John M. Schofield at New Bern, N.C.; and framed photograph (1866; signed on mat by Grant) showing full-faced formal portrait of Grant in military uniform, taken by photographer F. Gutekunst.
Cite As: Ulysses S. Grant Papers, 1863-1866, Pearce Civil War Collection, Navarro College, Corsicana, Texas.
Reproductions of original materials and transcriptions may be available. Please contact the archivist for further information.
United States general; in Mar. 1864 promoted to rank of lieutenant general in command of all the armies of the U.S.
Finding aid in the repository and on the internet.
http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/70973064

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1 items

Presidential content includes:

- Ulysses S. Grant

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