Records of Louisiana Confederate soldiers and Louisiana Confederate commands

compiled by Andrew B. Booth, commissioner Louisiana military records
Booth, Andrew B. (Main Author)
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981
on 5 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


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Microfilm of original published: New Orleans : [s.n.], 1920. 1 v.

"Alphabetical list and local designations of Louisiana organizations and confederate Army, comprising infantry, artillery, cavalry and militia -- 982 military companies organized in Louisiana. Of these at least four hundred companies were militia, most of whom did home guard duty, and some of whom, served to the end of the war."; v. 1, p. 7-17.

"Index to battles, campaigns, engagements, etc., fought within the limits of the state of Louisiana, 1861-1865, alphabetically arranged. "; v. 1, p. 18-20.

"Alphabetical roll of such official records of the individual confederate soldier, as are to be found in United States records and state official rolls."; v. 1, p.21-end of v. 3, book 2.



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