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Courts-martial and courts of inquiry--United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

James Barron Papers (I)

 Collection
Identifier: 01/Mss. 65 B27
Scope and Contents Correspondence and papers of Commodore James Barron relating to his career in the United States Navy, and especially relating to The Chesapeake-Leopard Affair in 1807 and to his duel with Stephen Decatur. Collection includes photocopies of patents issued to Barron for his inventions and a typescript of William Oliver Stevens' An Affair of Honor, a biography of Barron. Correspondents include John Adams, Jesse Duncan Elliott, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, Amos Kendall, Duff Green and Abel...

Charges and specifications against John Gregg

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00420
Scope and Contents

This collections consists of a witnessed letter detailing the court martial charges against Private John Gregg [?], Co. E, 31st Regiment.

Charges and specifications against Zachariah Swink

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00421
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of a witnessed letter detailing the court martial charges against Private Zachariah Swink, Co. G, 31st Regiment.

John S. Devlin Letter Copybook

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. MsV Cp3
Scope and Contents

Letter copybook, 1849-1855, of Lt. John S. Devlin, U. S. Marine Corps, while cruising on the U. S. S. Falmouth (United States West Coast and some Pacific Islands) and in Washington, D. C. and Brooklyn, N. Y. Concerns a court martial and includes accounts.

Morgan's Statement Regarding Court Martials

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00418
Scope and Contents

The statement from Captain Morgan explains the charges and court martials for John O. Allkind, Benjamin C. Conrad, and William Jeffry, who were aiding the enemy [the rebels].

U. S. Court Martial Book

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. MsV Ml1
Scope and Contents

Record book, 1864-1865, of general court martial proceedings for the United States Army held in Washington, D. C. Courts martial include accusations concerning non-fulfillment of contracts by government contractors and desertion by soldiers.