|Creator:||Carlton, Henry Hull, 1835-1905|
|Title:||Henry H. Carlton notebook|
|Quantity:||1.0 folder (includes 1 reel microfilm)|
Henry Hull Carlton (1834-1905), Confederate Captain, Georgia's Troup Artillery. Troup Artillery was originally attached to the 2nd Georgia Infantry; afterwards to Company A, Cobb's Brigade; finally to Captain M. Stanley's Independent Company Georgia Artillery.
For more information, see his congressional biography.
A notebook of Captain Henry H. Carlton from 1860-circa 1880s. The notebook begins in 1860 as L. C. Cooper's notebook while a student at Franklin College (University of Georgia, Athens) and contains several literary pieces copied by Cooper. In 1861, Captain H. H. Carlton used the book to record the list of soldiers who served in the Troup Artillery during the Civil War. After the war someone, probably Edwin D. Newton, Secretary of the Survivors Association of Confederate Veterans of Northeast Georgia, added place of residence, death dates, and other data to the list. The notebook contains a mixture of various notes and includes material on Carlton's Company.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Henry H. Carlton notebook, MS 1029. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.
Significant insect damage hs compromised a small part of the text in the back of this notebook. Extra care should be taken when handling.