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Collection Reference Number GLC05959.39.43
From Archive Folder Editions of the Confederate Baptist 
Title Confederate Baptist. [Vol. 2, no. 11 (December 16, 1863)]
Date 16 December 1863
Author Reynolds, J. L. (James Lawrence) (1814-1877)  
Additional authors Breaker, Jacob Manly Cantey (1824-1894)
Document Type Newspapers and Magazines
Content Description Enemy Gone to Chickamauga, Grant to Supersede Meade, George Gordon (1815-1872) Morgan Crosses the Ohio River, Loss of the Yankee Monitor "Weehawken." A synopsis of Davis's message of 8 December regarding Confederate losses and Lincoln's offer for prisoner exchange. A letter to the editor examines the work of John Foster in an essay, "Improvements of Time." Several questions for self-examination are printed for morning, evening, and general. A woman writes about "woman's mission" centered around her home.
Subjects Civil War  Military History  Confederate States of America  Union General  Union Forces  Confederate General or Leader  Guerrilla Warfare  Ironclad  Navy  Religion  
People Reynolds, J. L. (James Lawrence) (1814-1877)  Breaker, Jacob Manly Cantey (1824-1894)  
Place written Columbia, South Carolina
Theme The American Civil War; Religion; Women in American History; Naval & Maritime
Sub-collection American Civil War Newspapers and Magazines
Additional Information The purpose of this journal, according to its first issue, is the advancement of the Baptist denomination in both intelligence and piety, while giving support to the Confederacy. Thousands of copies were distributed to soldiers.
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945