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11 titles with subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Manpower.

  • A Bill To Be Entitled an Act To Amend the Existing Acts for the Exemption of Persons from Military Service. Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Military Affairs.


  • A Bill To Exempt Certain Persons from Military Duty, and To Repeal the Acts Heretofore Passed by Congress on the Same Subject. Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives


  • [Call for enlistment of Virginians in the Potomac Military Department]. Confederate States of America. Army of the Potomac


  • Circular ... [concerning the employment of free negroes and slaves in certain capacities ...]. Confederate States of America. Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office


  • Correspondence between Governor Brown and President Davis, on the Constitutionality of the Conscription Act. Georgia. Governor (1857-1865: Brown)


  • House Bill, No. 93: A Bill to be Entitled An Act for the Organization of the Bureau of Conscription, and the Appointment of Officers in Said Bureau. Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives


  • Opinion of John H. Gilmer on the Conscription Act. John H. Gilmer (John Harmer), b. 1812


  • Opinion of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia in Regard to Liability to Military Service of the Principals of Substitutes. Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals


  • Report of the Conference Committee on the Exemption Bill. Confederate States of America. Congress. Conference Committee.


  • Resolutions Passed by the General Assembly of Georgia, Authorizing the Governor to Organize Two Regiments of State Troops to Be Employed in the Military Service of the State for the Protection of her People against the Invading Forces of the Enemy, and for Internal Police Duty. Georgia. General Assembly


  • To Arms! To Arms! $50 Bounty. Do Not Wait To Be Drafted, but Volunteer!! No Author