Blum, L.V. (fl. 1864-1866) People’s press. [Vol. 13, no. 13 (July 31, 1863)]
Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05959.27.13
Author/Creator: Blum, L.V. (fl. 1864-1866)
Place Written: Salem, North Carolina
Date: 31 July 1863
Pagination: 4 p. ; 59.5 x 45 cm.
Summary of Content: Stonewall Jackson’s Name and Memory, Morgan in Trouble at Ohio River, The Third Days Fight at Gettysburg., , An article describes the last battle of Stonewall Jackson. Mr. Grissom remarks in the House of Commons on habeas corpus in the Confederacy. An article reports the riot in New York City. Correspondence about the readmission of Louisiana includes a response by Lincoln. An article outlines gross injustice to the state of North Carolina. An ad requests women to dry fruit for soldiers.
People: Blum, L. V., fl. 1864-1866.
Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877
Keywords/Subjects: Civil War;, Military History;, Confederate States of America;, Confederate General or Leader;, Death;, Guerrilla Warfare;, Union Forces;, Government and Civics;, Habeas Corpus;, Law;, Military Law;, Battle;, Battle of Gettysburg;, President;, Military Provisions;, Diet and nutrition;, Women’s History;
Sub Era: The American Civil War
Background: The paper was printed in Salem, North Carolina from 1851-1892, when it was absorbed by the Western Sentinel. At the time of this collection, the paper was edited and printed by L.V. Blum, who owned the Salem Printing Office. He also published and sold the annual Farmers’ and Planters’ Almanac.Order Image