4 edition of Tennessee Civil War veterans questionnaires found in the catalog.
Tennessee Civil War veterans questionnaires
|Statement||compiled by Gustavus W. Dyer & John Trotwood Moore ; editors, Colleen Morse Elliott & Louise Armstrong Moxley.|
|Contributions||Dyer, Gustavus W., Moore, John Trotwood, 1858-1929., Elliott, Colleen Morse, 1927-, Moxley, Louise Armstrong.|
|LC Classifications||E494 .T46 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||85050211|
Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires General Sources: "Tennesseans in the Civil War" is a two volume set that was originally published during the Civil War Centennial. One volume contains an alphabetical listing of every Confederate (and Union) soldier from Tennessee. Abstracts are available in The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, 5 vols. (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., ), edited by Colleen Morse Elliott and Louise Armstrong Moxley. Have a Lineages staff member conduct a record lookup of a Tennessee Veterans Biographical Questionnaire by contacting [email protected]–register.
Tennessee Civil War Questionnaires Complete 5 Vol Set Hardcover w DJ. Pricing & History. THE TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR VETERANS QUESTIONNAIRESCompiled by Gustavus W Dyer and John Trotwood Moore(Editors: Colleen Morse Elliott (Mrs O L) and Louise Armstrong Moxley (Mrs. R. L.) 5 Volume Books-tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaire. Tennessee was the last state to secede from the Union on The state was the first state to be readmitted to the Union on J The goal of this site is to provide information and records that may aid your Tennessee-related Civil War research.
[Company B, Confederate Veterans of Nashville, Tennessee, at reunion in Memphis] / Bluff City Engraving Co., commercial photographers, Memphis, Tenn. Summary Photograph shows group portrait of Confederate veterans at reunion in Memphis, Tennessee, in uniforms with medals, bayoneted muskets, swords, and drums. The first questionnaire was sent to all known Tennessee Civil War veterans by the Archivist of Tennessee in and A second revised questionnaire was sent by the Director of the Tennessee Historical Commission in The total number of forms distributed is unknown, but 1, veterans responded by
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Gus Dyer, Tennessee State Archivist, developed a questionnaire and contacted all known living Tennessee Civil War veterans, asking them to return the questionnaires to Nashville. In the project was continued by John Trotwood Moore of the Tennessee Historical Commission and also State Librarian and Archivist.
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The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires5/5(1). This set of books, Tennessee Civil War Questionnaires, helps to preserve some of this history. It is the publication of responses to questionnaires that were sent to Tennessee Civil War veterans in. Between andsurviving Tennessee Civil War veterans were asked to respond to a questionnaire asking about their Civil War experiences, family life, pre-war lifestyle etc.
Their responses have been transcribed exactly as received into these five volumes. Tennessee Civil War Veteran Questionnaires: Contains Confederates R-Y: 5 Hardcover – April 1, by John Trotwood Moore (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2).
This is to site the questions asked of the Civil War Veterans and below is a transcribed sample. of Lee T. Billingsley. The sad thing is that these books are not available on line. CIVIL WAR QUESTIONNAIRES (Form Number 1) The chief purpose of the following questions is to bring out facts.
This set of books, Tennessee Civil War Questionnaires, helps to preserve some of this history. It is the publication of responses to questionnaires that were sent to Tennessee Civil War veterans in and again in Written by Fred Arthur Bailey 2 minutes to read The Tennessee Civil War Veterans’ Questionnaires form an extensive collection of documents housed in the Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville and are a useful tool for the study of the state’s nineteenth-century social conditions.
There is a $10 fee to photocopy a Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaire. RESIDENTS OF TENNESSEE (with a current Tennessee postal address) pay a $5 fee to photocopy a Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaire.
This fee covers the cost of copying up to 20 pages; each additional copy beyond the initial 20 copies is 50¢. The effort to record Civil War veterans' experiences, during the conflict and before and after it, started in The effort to record Civil War veterans' experiences, during the conflict and before and after it, started in Lot of 2 Books The Tennessee Civil War Veteran Questionnaires: Volumes 2 & 3 | eBay Skip to main contentSeller Rating: % positive.
item 5 Tennessee Civil War Veteran Questionnaires: Volume #5 (Hardback or Cased Book) - Tennessee Civil War Veteran Questionnaires: Volume #5 (Hardback or Cased Book. Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaire. Tennessee State Library and Archives (Questionnaires done in for Form 2) FORM NO 1.
State you full name and present post office address: Calvin Brown Crook, Cookeville, RFD 5, Tenn. Tennessee Civil War Veteran Questionnaires First, I’ll preface this with the fact that a lot of questions were asked to determine social, cultural, economic backgrounds for those responding to the questions.
This is a snip-it from the Introduction: After most of the generals north and south had written their memoirs and passed away. Military In andQuestionnaire forms were sent to all known living Tennessee Civil War Veterans by Dr.
Gus Dyer, who was then serving as Archivist of Tennessee. Publisher: The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. This is the COMPLETE 5 VOLUME effort to record Civil War veterans' experiences, both during the conflict, as well as before and after it, started in A questionnaire was developed and sent to all known living Tennessee Civil War veterans, asking them to return the questionnaires to Nashville.
Tennessee Civil War Veterans' Questionnaires > Samples During the course of the Civil War Veterans Questionnaire program, two different survery forms were used. The questionnaires were very similar: the first form asked veterans to answer 46 questions, while. Bibliographic note: for T.
Alexander's family background and military service, see The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol.
1, Easley SC,pp. Other family information appears in the questionnaires of Andrew Jackson Alexander (pp. ); Ebenezer Crawford Alexander (); and George Washington Alexander (). The collection consists of Confederate service records of soldiers who served in organizations from Tennessee.
The records cover the years to The records include abstracts of entries relating to the soldier as found in the following original records. The information in this database was originally compiled by Samuel Sistler in a book called "Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications." The following informative introductory text was originally published in that book.
In the state of Tennessee enacted legislation, which established a Board of Pension Examiners. TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR VETERANS QUESTIONNAIRES VOLUME TWO Confederate Soldiers (Caldwell - Fuston) BELOW ARE the responses of Peter Graham Fulkerson, a Tennessean attending school in Missouri when the Civil War started.
Peter immediately enlisted in a Missouri Confederate unit, but was captured by Union troops a few months later. Tennessee Civil War Veterans' Questionnaires Tennessee Southern Claims Commission Index - lists 3, Tennesseans who claimed their property had been taken by United States military personnel for use in the Civil War Burial Records of Federal Soldiers by W.R.
Cornelius and Company - indexes mostly Union Civil War soldiers buried.Introduction -- Among the "Questionnaires" administered to Tennessee Civil War veterans in the early part of this century was one by Constantine Perkins Nance.
It represents a unique source of information about this particular Nance line.The Civil War diary of Capt. J.J. Womack: Co. E, Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers (Confederate).
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