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This topical collection holds materials from various archival collections held by FSU Special Collections & Archives consisting of items from or about the American Civil War. The items hold information about their individual collections.

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Diary excerpt of Hugh Black
Diary excerpt of Hugh Black
Summary: Diary entry in which Captain Black chronicles his campaign throughout the southern United States between June 12th and October 11th. Pages one and two are missing; the diary entry begins on page three. Part of the Captain Hugh Black Papers, MSS 1964-022.
Document citing medical absence for Lieutenant Hugh Black
Document citing medical absence for Lieutenant Hugh Black
Summary: Document stating that Lieutenant Black has been diagnosed with the measles and has been granted a leave of absence.
Envelope addressed to Mary A. Black
Envelope addressed to Mary A. Black
Summary: Envelope sent to Mary A. Black, which accompanied the letter from Hugh Black in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee.
Fifty Dollar Note, 1864
Fifty Dollar Note, 1864
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia S.C. Serial number #77794-A.
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; Printed by B. Duncan; Serial number #2701-1, Second Series; Printed on one side.
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; Lithographed by J.T. Paterson, Columbia S.C.; Serial number #26725-14A; Printed on one side.
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; Lithographed by J.T. Paterson & Co., Columbia S.C.; Serial number #154411-10A, Second Series; Printed on one side.
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Five Dollar Note, 1861
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; Lithographed by J.T. Paterson & Co., Columbia S.C.; Serial number #264319-15 A, Second Series; Printed on one side.
Five Dollar Note, 1862
Five Dollar Note, 1862
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia S.C.; Lithographed by J.T. Paterson & Co.; Serial number #119901-C, 1st Series.
Five Dollar Note, 1862
Five Dollar Note, 1862
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia S.C.; Lithographed by J.T. Paterson & Co; Serial number #4090-A, 3rd Series.
Five Dollar Note, 1863
Five Dollar Note, 1863
Summary: Issued in Richmond, VA; engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C. Serial number #25953, Series A-1. Lithographed by JT Paterson & Co.
Letter from Archibald Roane to A. B. Noyes, August 9, 1864
Letter from Archibald Roane to A. B. Noyes, August 9, 1864
Summary: Letter discusses Neil Ferguson who Noyes relieved from duty as a temporary inspector for failure to collect duties correctly. Roane recommends the actions to take next.
Letter from Archibald Roane to A. B. Noyes, January 18, 1865
Letter from Archibald Roane to A. B. Noyes, January 18, 1865
Summary: Roane, the chief of the Produce Loan Office, acknowledges receipt of Noyes's report on cotton exported from St. Mark's from June 30 to November 30, 1864.
Letter from Hugh Black to Mary A. Black. August 16, 1863
Letter from Hugh Black to Mary A. Black. August 16, 1863
Includes original letter and a typed transcript, Summary: Letter sent from a camp near Knoxville, where Hugh Black speculates that the fighting is near an end and describes the abundance of vegetable harvests in the area. Document includes both original letter and typed copy.
Letter from Hugh Black to Mary A. Black. August 27, 1863
Letter from Hugh Black to Mary A. Black. August 27, 1863
Letter describes conditions in Knoxville and East Tennessee, including the Confederate evacuation of East Tennessee, Summary: Letter describing the evacuation of Knoxville and eastern Tennessee to Loudon, Tennessee. Document includes both original letter and typed copy.
Letter from Hugh Black to Mary A. Black. December 26, 1862
Letter from Hugh Black to Mary A. Black. December 26, 1862
Summary: Letter describing the bleakness of Christmas, Hugh Black's inability to receive a leave of absence, and the threat of small pox in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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