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Confederate Soldiers' Reminiscences from the Museum's "Roll of Honour"

The most valuable entries in the Museum's unique 346-volume biographical record project (undertaken in the 1890s and continued into the 1930s) are approximately 1,000 entries written and submitted by former Confederate soldiers. Museum Volunteer Ed Lee is transcribing these entries and to date, the finished entries are available here.
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Eyewitness Battle Accounts

More than 100 pages of transcriptions from the Eleanor S. Brockenbrough Archives' soldier letters and diaries collections related to battles and skirmishes are available here.
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Transcriptions from the Brockenbrough Archives Collections

Additional transcripts of selected letters and diaries from the Archives collections are available in the Members Only section of the website as a benefit of membership. Currently these include letters of John Singleton Mosby, the journal of a midshipman aboard the CSS Shenandoah, and letters and diaries of Confederacy POWs.