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Date Original

1861 March 08

Description

Letter from Colonel W. Warren Johnson of the 6th Regiment, Arkansas Militia to Adjutant General Edmund R. Burgevin about the officer elections for the "Home Guards" in Red Fork attached to their regiment.

Transcription

Napoleon March 8th 1861
E R Burgevin Esq
Adj. Gen. Ark
Sir
I have the honor to
refer to you the formation of a Volunteer Co
at Red Fork called the "Home Guards"-and
attached to the 6th Regiment with the following
office
O F Parrish Captain
A Manning 1st Lieutenant
Tho Mitchell 2d "
Lewis Mixter 3 "
Please issue
Commissions to me at your earliest convence[sic]
for the above office
Very Respectfully
W Warren Johnson Col 6th Reg

Physical Description

Letter, 9.5" x 7.25"

Subjects

Correspondence; War; Military officers; Civil War

Contributor

Colonel W. Warren Johnson

Geographical Area

Napoleon, Desha County (Ark.)

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000132, Series II, Item 113b

Resource Type

Image

Collection

Kie Oldham collection, MS.000132

Publisher

Arkansas State Archives

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

Recommended Citation

Letter, Colonel W. Warren Johnson to Adjutant General Edmund R. Burgevin, Kie Oldham collection, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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