The Civil War--Business and Industry
Augusta (Ga.). City Council
to Provide for the Care and Management of the Augusta Water Works, Passed
February 1st, 1861.
Augusta, Ga.: Printed at the office of the Constitutionalist, 1861.
Call Number: 1607.1 Conf
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Company
& S. C. R. R. and Atlantic, Tenn. & Ohio R. R. Companies' Rates
Passenger Fare: May, 1863.
Columbia, S. C.: Guardian Steam-power Press, 1863. 12 p.
Call Number: 2956.1 Conf
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
Report of the President and Directors of the Charleston and Savannah R.
R. Co. to the Stockholders,
at the Meeting, February 17, 1863. Published by Order of the Stockholders.
Columbia: Steam Power Presses of Evans & Cogswell, 1864. 31 p.
Call Number 2955.1 Conf
Green, Duff, 1791-1875
Facts and Suggestions
on the Subjects of Currency and Direct Trade, Addressed to the Chamber
of Commerce of Macon, Ga.
Macon, Ga.: Printed for the Chamber of Commerce, 1861. 28 p.
Call Number: 2762 Conf
Facts and Suggestions
Relative to Finance & Currency Addressed to the President of the
Augusta, Ga.: J. T. Paterson, 1864. 80 p.
Call Number: 2763 Conf
Jones, Joseph, 1833-1896
Resources of Georgia. Address before the Cotton Planters Convention of
Georgia at Macon, December 13, 1860.
Augusta, Ga.: Steam Press of Chronicle and Sentinel, 1861. 13 p.
Call Number: 2918 Conf
LeConte, John, 1818-1891
How to Make Salt
Columbia, S.C.: Charles P. Pelham, State Printer, 1862 10 p.
Call Number: 2923 Conf
LeConte, Joseph, 1823-1901
for the Manufacture of Saltpetre.
Columbia, S.C.: Charles P. Pelham, State Printer, 1862. 14 p.
Call Number: 2924 Conf
Memphis Chamber of Commerce.
Statement of the Trade and Commerce of Memphis, for the Year Ending August
31, 1861. Reported to the Memphis Chamber of Commerce by Jno. S. Toof, Secretary.
Memphis: O'Neill & Parrish, Printers, 1861. 37 p.
Call Number: 2147.8 Conf
Milledgeville Railroad Company
the President, Directors, &c., of the Milledgeville R. Road Co., to
the Stockholders. Oct. 6th, 1862.
Augusta, Ga.: Constitutionalist Print, 1862. 15 p.
Call Number: 2968.1 Conf
Railroad Convention (1864: Columbia, S. C.)
to the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Congress
of the Confederate
States of America.
[S. l.: s. n., 1864]. 2 p.
Call Number: 2988.1 Conf
Remarks on the
Manufacture of Bank Notes, and Other Promises to Pay. Addressed to the
Bankers of the Southern Confederacy.
Columbia, S.C.: Steam Power-press of F.G. DeFontaine, 1864. 31 p.
Call Number: 2919 Conf
Shelby Iron Company
Letter to Hon.
Chas. B. Mitchell, in Relation to the Iron Business of Alabama.
Selma, Ala.: Mississippian Steam Book and Job Office, 1864. 11 p.
Call Number: 2939 Conf
Swayze, J. C., Collected, Compiled and Arranged by
Swayze's Confederate States Rail-Road & Steam-Boat Guide, Containing
the Time-Tables, Fares, Connections and Distances on all the Rail-Roads of the Confederate States;
also, the Connecting Lines of Rail-Roads, Steam-Boats and Stages. And Will Be Accompanied by
a Complete Guide to the Principal Hotels, with a Large Variety of Valuable Information,
Collected, Compiled and Arranged by J. C. Swayze.
Griffin, Ga.: Hill & Swayze, Publishers, 1862. 90 p.
Call Number: 2672.05 Conf
Virginia Central Railroad Company
between the President of the Virginia Central Rail Road Company and the
Postmaster General, in Relation to Postal Services.
Richmond, Va.: Printed by Ritchie & Dunnavant, 1864. 25 p.
Call Number: 3012 Conf
Withers, Thomas Jefferson, 1804-1866
Constitutional "Money" and Legal Tender. In Twelve Numbers from the Charleston
Charleston: Evans & Cogswell, 1862, 38 p.
Call Number: 2706 Conf