Confederate Industry: Manufacturers and Quartermasters in the Civil War

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INDEX
A. and W. Myers, 74
Alabama: constitutional convention in, 258; depots in, 100; and mill's destruction, 21; mobilization, 124; state control of mills, 115–16
Alabama State Card Manufacturing Company, 137
Alamance factory, exemptions at, 45
Alcova, 140, 206
Alexander Collie. See British companies: Alexander Collie
Alexander, General Edward P., 96; and quest that precipitated Gettysburg, 85
Allen, Charles M., 169–70, 210
Allen's factory, 269
Allgood, Andrew P., 44; and Trion factory, 197
Alquandon factory, 140
Amis, William, 140
Amons (factory owner), 201
Anderson and Richards, 136
Anderson, William, quartermaster at Memphis, 11, 28, 34
Andrews, Sidney, 233–34, 260
Anti-Jewish sentiment, 66
Armstrong, Captain James, 9
Army, supplies, 4, 127; regulation requirements for, 13
Arson: at mills, 58; suspicion of, 198
Ashmore, John, 200
Athens factory, 22
Atlanta depot, 99–100; destruction of, 206
Atwood and Rokenbaugh company, exemptions at, 45, 46
Atwood, Henry, 53
Atwood, James W., 197
Augusta County, Va., decline in sheep population, 29
Augusta Daily Constitutionalist, 131–34
Augusta factory, 171; postwar rebuilding of, 268–69, 271–72; and war losses, 236
Augusta, Ga., New South mills, 282
Austin, Miss., burning of, 189
Austrian rifles, 160–61, 162, 338n 23
Ayletts, Va., mills burned in, 194
Babcock, Colonel Orville E., 223
Badger, Senator George, 259
Bagby, George William, 73
Bailey, William, 115
Baird, Robert, 141
Balonna (iron works), xviii
Bankston factory, burning of, 193, 201
Barbour, Alfred M., 72–74; activities of, 316n 107; and regional quartermasters, 317n 115; and Virginia operations, 70–71; in the West, 71
Barker and Keefe, 189
Barnett and Micou, 242–43
Barter: of cloth to buy provisions, 106–07; of yarn for wool, 31
Barton, Mrs. Thomas, and William Barton, and wages, 215
Bassett, Samuel French, 116
Bastrop Cotton and Wool Manufacturing, 140–50
Bates, Gustavus H., 144
Bates, John, 270
Baton Rouge, La., cotton factory in, 347n 49
Battersea factory, xix, 63, 198, 219; and postwar capital, 268; refurbishing of, 270
Battle, Kemp P., 260, 277
Battle, William, 195
Baugh, Kennedy & Company, 220

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