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A bill to establish a Nitre and Mining Bureau.

by Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives

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Published by s.n. in [Richmond .
Written in English

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  • Confederate States of America.
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    • Confederate States of America. Nitre and Mining Bureau,
    • Mineral industries -- Confederate States of America

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      Other titlesHouse of Representatives, March 9, 1863, read first and second times, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed
      ContributionsConfederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9506.U62 A58 1863
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 p. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6024939M
      LC Control Number47039259

        Confederate officer, farmer, wealthy bachelor, and member of the Skull and Crossbones Secret Society Check out the documentation we found of “C.J. Beirne’s” agricultural contributions to the Confederate Army, utilizing Willowbrook Plantation, as well as other aspects of his life. So far the receipts from the Confederate Army we’ve found, add. head the Niter and Mining Bureau. 42 Along with his engi neering background, S t. John was familia r with the limestone geology of th e caves in the South. 43 Beli eving that the South con tained.

      INTRODUCTORY. In view of the fact that the present paper will doubtless reach many readers who may not, in consequence of the limited edition, have seen the preliminary volume on mortuary customs, it seems expedient to reproduce in great part the prefatory remarks which served as an introduction to that work; for the reasons then urged, for the immediate study of this subject, still exist, and. That the President be and he is hereby authorized to establish recruiting stations within the Confederate States for the reception of volunteers into the military service of the Confederate States from among persons who are, or have been, residents of the States of Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland, and Delaware. Ibid, §2.

      Patrick V. Hickey. Born and educated in Ireland, Hickey emigrated to America in and worked for six years as a reporter, special correspondent, literary critic and editorial writer on the New York , having established himself as a prominent newspaperman, he left the paper and founded The Catholic Review of in his career he founded two other Catholic.   "The CSA Nitre and Mining Bureau" (one frame) -- Thomas Lera -- CSA Conrad L, Bush Award, APS Non-Competitive. "West Virginia Postal History: The Civil War and Early Statehood" -- Wayne Farley -- CSA William G. Bogg Memorial Award, APS Vermeil Medal.


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The Confederate Nitre and Mining Bureau was a civilian government bureau to provide the Confederate States of America with needed materials such as copper, iron, lead, saltpeter, sulfur, zinc, and other Bureau oversaw civilian contracts and offered advice, instruction and guidance in the production of these materials.

The Nitre and Mining Bureau was also known as "CSNMB", the. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That the second section of the of an act entitled "An Act to establish the bureau of Indian Affairs," approved March fifteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty one, be so amended as that the clerk authorized therein may be appointed without the advice and consent of the Senate.

The Confederate Nitre and Mining Bureau was a civilian government bureau to provide the Confederate States of America with needed materials such as copper, iron, lead, saltpeter, sulfur, zinc, and other Bureau oversaw civilian contracts and offered advice, instruction and guidance in the production of these materials.

The Nitre and Mining Bureau was also known as the "CSNMB", the. The Nitre and Mining Bureau also looked for "lost silver mines" near Camden, Arkansas. These legends dated from the early years of the state, but the Confederacy was desperate enough to try to find these legendary mines.

References ^ Nitre is spelled as "Niter" in Wiktionary. ^ "CHAP. XXXVAn Act to establish a Nitre and Mining Bureau. Find the perfect nitre stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

No need to register, buy now. Confederate Secret Service refers to any of a number of official and semi-official secret service organizations and operations conducted by the Confederate States of America during the American Civil of the organizations were under the direction of the Confederate government, others operated independently with government approval, while still others were either completely independent.

Nitre and Mining Bureau, 2nd District Letter Book. Abstract: The collection consists of a letter book of official correspondence for the 2nd District (South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama) of the Nitre and Mining Bureau of the Confederate States of America from October - April Confederate States of America House of Representatives A bill to be entitled "An act to make additional appropriations for the support of the government of the Confederate States of America, for the fiscal year ending House of Representatives: A bill to establish a Nitre and Mining Bureau.

([Richmond: s.n.], ) (page images at. A superb powder mill has been built at Augusta, the credit of which is due to Col. G.W. Rains. Lead smelting works were established by me at Petersburgh [Petersburg], and turned over to the Nitre and Mining Bureau, when that Bureau was at my request separated from mine.

A cannon foundry established at Macon for heavy guns, and bronze foundries Brand: History Press, The. A bill to establish a Bureau of Foreign Supplies | Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate | XML: A bill to establish a Nitre and Mining Bureau | Confederate States of America.

Congress. House of Representatives | XML: The Journal of Spelean History (JSH) is the Association’s publication and is mailed to all Nitre and Mining Bureau, RG (M, Rolls, establish a store of their own. A decade later, George bought out his partner’s share of theFile Size: 1MB.

Triplett said an article by Ralph W. Donnelly titled “Confederate Copper,” published insaid “The Confederate Nitre and Mining Bureau decided to depend on the Ducktown mines solely for its supply of copper, which was used to manufacture musket (percussion) caps,” needed to.

Industries -- Confederate States of America. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Industries; Confederate States of America; Narrower term: Mineral indust. C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. A bill to establish a nitre and mining bureau C C.S.A.

Laws, statutes, etc. Communication of Tochman, touching his memorial now before Congress C C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. [House No.

1] Joint resolutions on the subject of the war, and in regard to the free navigation of the Mississippi River.

Brigadier general, Nitre and Mining Bureau, War Department, Confederate States of America. Originally interred in lothis remains were removed from Green-Wood on November 1,and re-interred at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia. Born in Augusta, Georgia, and raised in New York City, he was an graduate of Yale.

the state of California added mining. On Mathe government enacted the Organic Act that established the University of California. Those who settled in California recognized that they were making history and left us a record through letters, diaries, memoirs, and published writings.

In Aprilthe Confederate Congress created the Nitre Bureau to work saltpeter caves and to establish artificial niter beds. A year later the Bureau was given charge of mining iron, copper, lead, coal and other minerals.

The South was divided into districts with a superintendent and various assistants in charge of each. Bureau of Special and Secret Service. In Novemberthe Confederate House of Representatives in secret session referred a bill “for the establishment of a Bureau of Special and Secret Service” to their Committee on Military Affairs.

The bureau was to have a “polytechnic corps”. The American Zinc Co. renewed mining at Calamine in but soon closed. Inthe Carthage & Arkansas Mining Co. erected a smelter and platted the town of Boxley in Newton County. The company shipped lead from Eureka Springs, the nearest railroad point, to St.

Louis. But the mile wagon haul made mining cost prohibitive. Full text of "The story of coal and iron in Alabama" See other formats.A bill to establish a nitre and mining bureau 3 C C.S.A. Laws, statutes, etc. Communication of Tochman, touching his memorial now before Congress 3 C C.S.A.

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