Raynors HCA 2017-02
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HARDEE, William Joseph (1815-1873) was a career U.S. Army officer, serving during the Second Seminole War and fighting in the Mexican-American War. He served as a Confederate general in the west during the American Civil War, quarrelling sharply with Braxton Bragg and John Hood. He opposed Sherman in Georgia, escaping into Carolina, before surrendering with Joseph E. Johnston. Hardee's writings about military tactics were widely used on both sides in the conflictWar-date Confederate partially printed Document Signed as Approved “WJ Hardee Major Genl.” on verso of and “Estimate of Funds” issued by “C.S. Severson” as QM and approved by “Char(les) Clark, Brig. Genl, Cmdg.” the document requests $61,700 to build quarters in Hopkinsville Kentucky. provides line item expenses for 20 items. very clean.
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