6 edition of Military annals of Mississippi found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled by J. C. Rietti ; with an index by the staff, Mississippi Collection, University of Mississippi Library, Oxford.|
|LC Classifications||E568 .R53 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||75045377|
Brief History. Leflore County was created in from Carroll, Sunflower and Tallahatchie counties and is the namesake of Greenwood Leflore. Leflore was a Choctaw chief and a signer of the Treaty of , in which the Choctaw Indians sold all their lands east of the Mississippi River. After the sale, many Choctaws migrated to present day Oklahoma, but Leflore stayed and became a politician. Book Description Reprint Company. Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - pp - New Intro - New Index - This "classic study of Mississippi s military heritage" is the result of "a monumental task of locating, identifying, arranging, editing and publishing," performed by Dunbar Rowland, then director of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History/5(3).
Military annals of Mississippi: military organizations which entered the service of the Confederate States of America from the State of Mississippi Author: John C Rietti. Military history of Mississippi, including a listing of all known Mississippi Confederate Military Units by Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and Histo Published by Chickasaw Bayou Press in Madison, Miss. ( Trace Harbor Rd., Madison ).Pages:
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Army Extent p. Page Count Owning Institution Houston. This is the authoritative source book for information on Mississippi military units prior to There are details here that simply are not available anywhere else. It is encyclopedic in layout with detailed summaries of all the Mississippi units /5.
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Rietti (Author)Author: J. Rietti. Series I contains 53 volumes (Books ) and focuses on military operations. These include the battle reports for both Union and Confederate armies, arranged chronologically by campaign and theater of operations.
Union reports are followed by Confederate accounts. The intent is to provide a complete history of the event in the same volume. Paperback from Univ Pr of Mississippi (Trd) Out of Print - Try Used Books.
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