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Civil War Centennial Commission commemorative medallions

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Identifier: MS-0052
Overview Two medallions in original boxes, one in pewter and one in bronze, designed by sculptor Joseph E. Renier. They feature Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant with the words “Let Us Have Peace” and “Consciousness of Duty Faithfully Performed.”

Confederate collection

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Identifier: MS-0003
Overview These are various items gathered in one collection because provenance is not apparent and the theme of these materials is the Confederate government and army of the Civil War.

Confederate States of America Army, Infantry, Cobb's Legion, Company B muster roll

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Identifier: LH-0025
Overview The Cobb's Legion Infantry, Company B, of the Confederate States of America, otherwise known as the "Bowdon Volunteers" was formed in 1861 by Charles A. McDaniel, the founder and first president of Bowdon College.

Hargrave Family papers

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Identifier: LH-0014
Overview This collection consists of original letters and photographs, as well as copies of both, from the Hargrave family of Carroll County, Georgia.

Moses Gresham Herrin letter

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Identifier: LH-0029
Overview An original letter sent to Mrs. Melindah J. Boyd Groce from Moses Gresham Herrin in Columbus, Mississippi to inform her that her husband, Confederate soldier Lewis Dudley Groce, had died in the Civil War in 1862.

Newnan Historic Persons Photograph collection

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Identifier: NC-0007
Overview This collection was artifically assembeled by the Newnan Coweta Historical Society (NCHS) at an unknown date. This collection is primarily composed of historic photographs of people in and around newnan and coweta. The NCHS maintains a separate collection of historic photographs of buildings in and around Newnan and Coweta county.

Sons of Confederate Veterans, McDaniel-Curtis Camp #165 ledger

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Identifier: LH-0113
Scope and Contents note Ledger containing meeting minutes, membership lists, information pertaining to the Confederate monument in Carroll County, and other materials.

United Daughters of the Confederacy, Annie Wheeler Chapter 391 records

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Identifier: LH-0073
Overview The United Daughter of the Confederacy, Annie Wheeler Chapter #391 is located within Carroll County and was originally chartered on June 19, 1901, but was disbanded in 1976. It was later re-chartered on March 10, 2010. The chapter is named after Annie Early Wheeler, the daughter of U.S. Representative Joseph Wheeler, who was a nurse in the Spanish-American War and World War One. The goal of the chapter is to provide an education to the public about Carroll County's Civil War involvement, as...