Confederate Journal - Leather bound journal with incredible entries listing Battles, Skirmishes, and other Historic Events. The content of this journal is extremely detailed and likely kept as a running account of engagements of the war. Originated in North Carolina.
First entry reads:
"John Hamiltons Book containing the acct & settlement of the estate of James M. Dum (decd.)
a memorandum of John Bazels estate
a short acct also of most of the Battles / Between the confederate army & the / Grand army of Abolition Legion / under the great long armed lantern / jawed herring bellied emperor old AB / the tool & foot Ball of that notorious / God forsaken & hell deserving Seward / the prince of devils"
Contains great battle content and excellent descriptions of battles the first battle entry dated, "May 10th 1861, Alexandria, Marrs Company Rifles."
Inventory Number: CON 038