2 edition of Douglas"s Texas Battery, CSA. found in the catalog.
Douglas"s Texas Battery, CSA.
James Postell Douglas
|Statement||Compiled and edited by Lucia Rutherford Douglas.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Confederate.|
|Contributions||Douglas, Lucia Rutherford, 1880-1964 ed., Thompson, Samuel A., d. 1908.|
|LC Classifications||E580.4.D6 D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 238 p.|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||66026779|
James Washington Carson transferred to the Battery on June 8, , from Co. H, 26th TN, joining his younger brother, William. James Carson remained with the Battery until its parole on The census shows him living in Walker County, GA, Eagle Cleft Post Office. Cpl. Raiford E. Autrey was born in in South Carolina to Phillip and Elizabeth Autrey. The family resided in Walker County, Georgia, in Raiford Autrey enlisted J , in Co. H, 26th TN Infantry, then transferred to the Lookout Artillery July 1, He was promoted to .
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"Douglas Texas Battery, CSA" (edited by Lucia Rutherford Douglas, Smith County,Texas Historical Society, pages) is the compilation of letters written by First Lieutenant James P. Douglas (), who was the Commanding Officer of this artillery battery made up 4/5(1).
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Good to his wife at their home in Dallas, Texas, This was painted for Capt. Good by his son-in-law Andrew Jackson Houston, son of Texas Governor Sam Houston, sometime post-war when Good was serving as a judge in Dallas.
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[Tyler, Tex.] Smith County Historical Society  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Postell Douglas; Lucia Rutherford Douglas; Samuel A Thompson.
LONE STAR PRIDE: THE GOOD-DOUGLAS TEXAS BATTERY, CSA By. Andrew. Lang Although Texas was removed from most of the fighting in the Civil War, soldiers from the Lone Star State witnessed and participated in many key bat tles.
S men from Texas voluntarily signed up for Confederate duty during This is a list of Texas American Civil War Confederate Units. The Texas Union Army units are listed separately. Company B (Comal Co.; Hoffmann's Douglass Texas Battery German Company) 35th Cavalry (Likens' and Burns' Cavalry Battalions and three companies transferred from Terrell's Regiment; Likens's Regiment) Personnel of the Civil War.
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Alwyn Barr, "Confederate Field Artillery," Texas Military History I (August ). Alwyn Barr, Confederate Artillery in the Trans-Mississippi (M.A.
thesis, University of Texas at Austin, ). Paul C. Boethel, The Big Guns of Fayette (Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, ). Lucia Rutherford Douglas, comp. and ed., Douglas's Texas Battery, CSA. 2) The battery information contained in this guide has been obtained from Original Equipment Manufacturers except as otherwise noted.
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Trigg's Arkansas Battery (–) was a Confederate Army artillery battery during the American Civil War. the unit is also known as the Austin Artillery, Auston's Artillery, Austin's Artillery, and Company B, of Shoup's Artillery Battalion. This battery is distinguished from a later organization, the 9th Arkansas Field Battery, which was also commanded by Captain John T.
ance: Arkansas. This Captain John Jay Good of Good's Company, Texas Light Artillery State Troops (44 men listed by CWSS, no date) also listed in **Douglas' Co, Texas State Artillery ( men, CWSS, no date)." John Jay Good was a captain in Co C, Dallas TX Light Artillery Battery ( men, American Civil War Research Database, includes dates, s ee r egiment.
Texas Civil War Confederate Units. This is a list of Texas American Civil War 17th Field Battery (Stafford's Company; Texas Guards Artillery) 4th (Shea's) Battalion, Artillery Public Library of Science, The Encyclopedia of Life, Open Book Publishers (OBP), PubMed, U.S.
National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology. Raleigh Street CB #; Chapel Hill, NC. In the fall ofthe battery again received orders changing its command to Brig.
Gen. Henry McCulloch. General McCulloch was ordered to organize a division under the Trans-Mississippi Department to serve in Texas and Louisiana. When the battery arrived at Camp Nelson in September, it was placed in the Third Brigade.Become a part of the legacy. Douglas Battery has been manufacturing batteries and chargers for almost years.
Its line of Legacy batteries is specialized to give you the performance you need: low maintenance batteries, platinum batteries, arctic batteries, rapid charge batteries and much more. Douglas batteries are great for industrial lift trucks and airport ground support.Roger Sturcke, “Independent Battery, United States Colored Light Ar-tillery, (Douglas’s Battery), –,” Military Collector & Historian35 that were designated collectively as U.S.
Colored Troops.5 The vast majority of U.S. Colored Troops per-sonnel served in the infantry, with fewer than one in ten serving in the artillery.