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Edgar Mandlebert Gregory--sources

Gregory's life

before the war

during the war

Freedmen's Bureau

the end of his life

sources

Unpublished material

Philadelphia city directories for 1863 (McElroy's), 1864, and 1870 (Gopsill's)

1850 United States census, Ohio, Hamilton County, pages 46-47, 1st Ward, Cincinnati (Edgar Greggary).

[Note: the 1850 New York census has an Edgar Gregory in Lockport, Niagara County, p.135, lines 32 sqq.; he is not this Edgar.]

1860 United States census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, 13th ward, page 422, lines 11 to 16

1870 United States census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, 20th ward, 65th district, page 364

[no entries in 1880, 1900, 1910, or 1920 US census (HeritageQuest indices accessed 8 May 2011) or 1930 US census (Footnote index accessed 8 May 2011)

death certificate, E M Gregory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 7 November 1871

[I did not find an entry for him in the index on <www.ancestry.com> to the 1890 veterans' census]

letter, Gregory to Marvin, 29 September 1863

letter, Gregory to Marvin, 14 November 1863

letter, Sellers to Marvin, 30 December 1863

consolidated morning report, 7 February 1863

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 6 April 1863 (Col E M Gregory)

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 7 May 1863 (Col EM Gregory)

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 9 May 1863 (Col Gregory)

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 19 September 1863 (Col Gregory)

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 25 September 1863 (E M Gregory)

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 26 September 1863 (E. M. Gregory)

consolidated morning report, 91st PA, 29 October 1863 (EM Gregory)

muster-out roll

Compiled service record, Edgar M Gregory, 91st Regiment Pennsylvania Infantry, NARA, including:

muster rolls other casualty information extensions of medical leave

bankruptcy file, Edgar M Gregory, National Archives (Mid Atlantic Region), Record Group 21, US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, case #1042, 1869

letter, E M Gregory to O O Howard, 9 December 1865 (National Archives, Record Group 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 69-70; this was reprinted, with some changes, in the serial set as Senate Executive Document Number 27, 39th Congress, 1st session, serial set volume 1238).

letter, Sinex to Fowler, 23 March 1864 [explaining the delay in the regiment's reaching the front]

letters received requesting extension of Gregory's sick leave: #2, received 27 May 63, dated 22 May; #3, received 16 June 63, dated 11 June; #4, received 12 July 63, dated 6 July; #5, received 31 July 63, dated 26 July; #7, received 13 August 63, dated 10 August; #24, received 4 September 1863, dated 4 September; #26, received 11 September 1863, dated 7 September

letter to Major General O O Howard, 31 Sep 1865 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 6-7)

circular letter, Edgar Gregory, 17 October 1865 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 20-21)

Edgar Gregory to Major General O O Howard, 31 Oct 1865 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 37-38)

Edgar Gregory to Benjamin Harris, 20 January 1866 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 109-113)

Edgar Gregory to Major General O O Howard, 31 January 1866 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 122-125)

Edgar Gregory to Major General O O Howard, 17 March 1866 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 page 169)

Edgar Gregory to Major General O O Howard, 18 Apr 1866 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 192-195)

Civil War Veterans' Card File, available at the Pennsylvania State Archives, searched 22 May 2004 (Gregory, Edgar M)

widow's pension certificate file, Lucy C Parsons widow of Theodore H Parsons, certificate 22,710 (see page 13)

letter, Gregory to James Black, 4 December 1864, in widow's pension certificate file, NARA, RC 15, certificate 51729, (Catherine widow of James Kiernan)

court-martial record, 10 October 1862, Franklin L Clough (Colonel E M Gregory)

Published material

Find A Grave memorial #21804 (viewed 14 May 2009) (thanks to Bill Flis!)

Estate of Edgar M Gregory, deceased Philadelphia Reports XI (1881) 126-127.

Bates, Samuel Penniman. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71. 5 volumes. 'Ninety-first regiment'. In volume 3, pages 186-193.

Bentley, George R. A history of the Freedmen's Bureau. New York: Octagon Book, 1970.

Buell, Augustus. The Cannoneer. Recollections of service in the Army of the Potomac. Washington DC: The National Tribute, 1897. Especially pages 320-321 and 321-322.

Cist, Charles. Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1851. Cincinnati: W H Moore & Co., 1851. (Available on The Making of America.) Pages 89, 97, 127, and 273.

Coffin, Levi. Reminiscences of Levi Coffin. Cincinnati, Ohio: Western Tract Society, 1876.

Comstock, C.B. [letter, to General Rawlins, Chief of Staff, dated 7 February 1866] Reprinted on pages 59-60 of 'Removal of Hon E. M. Stanton and others. Letter from General Grant, in answer to the resolution of the House of Representatives of date November 26, 1867, .... In Serial Set volume 1330 (40th Congress, 2nd session, session volume 7).

Crouch, Barry A. The Freedmen's Bureau and Black Texans. Austin TX: University of Texas Press, 1992. [pages 14-21 discuss Gregory]

Fuke, Richard Paul. Imperfect equality: African Americans and the confines of white racial attitudes in post-emancipation Maryland. New York: Fordham, 1999.

Fuke, Richard Paul. 'Land, lumber, and learning: the Freedmen's Bureau, education, and the black community in post-emancipation Maryland'. In The Freedmen's Bureau and Reconstruction, pages 288-314. Edited by Paul A Cimbala and Randall M Miller. New York: Fordham, 1999. [brief references to meetings at which Gregory spoke, on pages 304-305]

Gregor, Edgar Mandlebert. [Report of actions of the Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Corps, Army of the Potomac from 29 March 1865 through 9 April 1865.] House Miscellaneous Document 208, part 1: 'The War of the Rebellion: ... [Main Eastern Theater: Richmond-Petersburg Campaign/Operations against Fort Fisher and Wilmington/Sheridan's Expedition to Petersburg/Appomattox Campaign; January-June 1865; series 1, volume 46, chapter 58, part 1]'. Serial Set volume 3261, session volume 33, 53rd Congress, 2nd session. Pages 853-855.

Gregory, Edgar Mandlebert. [Report to O O Howard about the Maryland Freedmen's Bureau, 1866.] Senate Executive Document no.6, 39th Congress, 2d session, pp.89-94; serial set volume 1276. (Edited transcription of Edgar Gregory to Major General O O Howard, 9 December 1865 (from NARA RG 105, microfilm M821 reel 1 pages 65-70).)

Gregory, Edgar Mandlebert. 'Report of Col. Edgar M. Gregory, ... commanding second brigade, of operations August 18-30', The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies Series 1, volume 42, part 1, pages 466-467.

Gregory, Grant. Ancestors and descendents of Henry Gregory. Provincetown, Mass: 1938. [information supplied to me by Gregory B Smith]

Harazthy, Gaza. [letter, dated 13 April 1866]. Reprinted on page 111 of 'Removal of Hon E. M. Stanton and others. Letter from General Grant, in answer to the resolution of the House of Representatives of date November 26, 1867, .... In Serial Set volume 1330 (40th Congress, 2nd session, session volume 7).

Howard, Oliver Otis. Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard. New York: The Baker & Tayler Co., 1907. At volume 2, page 218.

Humphreys, Andrew A, Brigadier General, commanding Third Division, Fifth Army Corps. [Report of reconnaissance on 16-17 October 1862], dated 19 October 1862. Official Records series 1 volume 19 part 2 page 84-88.

Humphreys' report about Chancellorsville

Humphreys' report about Frederickburg, p.432

Hunt, Roger D, and Jack R Brown. Brevet Brigadier Generals in blue. Olde Soldier Books, Inc. Page 244. (This refers to Grant Gregory, Ancestors and descendants of Henry Gregory, Provincetown, Mass, 1938.)

McFeely, William S. Yankee stepfather: General O. O. Howard and the Freedmen. (Yale publications in American Studies, 15.) New Haven: Yale University Press, 1968.

Mustain, George (georgemustain@webtv.net). Mustain-Gregory gedcom (Edgar Mantlebert Gregory). Available on WorldConnect at www.rootsweb.com. Searched December 2000.

Richter, William L. Overreached on all sides: The Freedmen's Bureau Administrators in Texas, 1865-1868. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1991. [Part One, pages 19-75, is about "The Gregory Era"]

Pennsylvania Infantry. 155th Regt., 1862-1865. Under the Maltese Cross, Antietam to Appomattox. The loyal uprising in Western Pennsylvania 1861-1865. Pittsburg [sic], PA: The 155th Regimental Association, 1910. Page 220]

Strong, W E. Testimony to the Joint Committee on Reconstruction, 1 January 1866. Report of the Joint Committee on Reconstruction. (Report submitted originally to Major General O O Howard, Commissioner, Bureau Refugees, freedmen &c.) House report number 30, 39th Congress, 1st Session. Serial Set, volume 1273, pages 35-39.

George H Stuart. The life of George H Stuart, written by himself, p.145 and 236. Edited by Robert Ellis Thompson. Philadelphia: J M Stoddart & Co., 1890.

Tyler's report about Frederickburg, pp.437, 438

Tyler's report about Chancellorsville

Walter, T[homas]. 'Personal experiences and recollections of an obscure soldier'. Grand Army Scout and Soldiers' Mail, volume 3 issue 34 to volume 4 issue 3. Many references, including volume 3 number 51 page 2.

Joseph Welch, 'Dedication of monument', in Pennsylvania at Gettysburg: Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Major-General George G. Meade, Major-General Winfield S. Hancock, Major-General John F. Reynolds, and to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle, volume 1: 1914, pp.500-507

Wilhelm, Samuel A. 'The Wheeler and Dusenbury Lumber Company of Forest and Warren Counties'. Pennsylvania History 19 (October 1952) 413-420. Available at http://cip.cornell.edu/DPubS/UI/1.0/Journal?authority=psu.ph&issue=1133209639 (viewed November 2006)

Henry A Willis, Fitchburg in the War of the Rebellion, p.248 (Fitchburg: Stephen Shepley, 1866).

Francis J Parker, The Story of the thirty-second regiment Massachusetts infantry, pp.253-4. Boston: C W Calkins & Co., 1880.

Papers relating to the Treaty of Washington. Volume I.--Geneva Arbitration: containing the case of the United States; the case of Great Britain; the counter case of the United States; and a portion of the additional documents, correspondence, and evidence which accompanied the same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1872.

Newspaper articles

1844
'Ohio State Temperance Convention'. The Sandusky Clarion (Sandusky OH), 28 December 1844, page 2.
1853
'Proceedings of the State Temperance Convention'. The Athens Messenger (Athens OH), 29 April 1853, page 3.
1861
Local intelligence: home guard Philadelphia Inquirer 29 April 1861 page 2.
'Local intelligence', Philadelphia Inquirer 4 May 1861 page 2
'Home Guard elections'. Philadelphia Inquirer, 26 June 1861, page 8.
'The Home Guard organization' Philadelphia Inquirer 29 June 1861 page 2.
'Local intelligence', Philadelphia Inquirer 5 July 1861 page 8
'The Home Guard regiment', Philadelphia Inquirer 19 July 1861 page 8
'Important military movements', Philadelphia Inquirer 20 August 1861 pages 1 and 8
'The camps near the Schuylkill River'. Philadelphia Inquirer 26 September 1861 page 8
'Camp Chase at Gray's Ferry' Philadelphia Inquirer 19 October 1861 page 8
'Ninety-first regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers'. Philadelphia Press Wednesday 27 November 1861, page 2
'Camp Chase', Philadelphia Inquirer 30 November 1861
[report of Gregory's response to Gov Curtin's speech at the flag presentation] Philadelphia Inquirer Saturday 7 December 1861, page 8
[report of Gregory's response to presentation of colors] Philadelphia Inquirer 13 December 1861
'Another Union meeting in behalf of the soldiers', Philadelphia Inquirer 14 December 1861 page 5
'Another union meeting in behalf of the soldiers' (Philadelphia Press, Saturday 14 December 1861, page 3)
'Compliments to Col E M Gregory' (Philadelphia Press Saturday 14 February 1863, page 2)
'Col Gregory', Alexandria Gazette 13 May 1862 page 2; transcribed 26 March 2011, from GenealogyBank
'The Washington correspondent', Alexandria Gazette 11 June 1862 page 4; transcribed 26 March 2011, from GenealogyBank
'A secesh church shut up' (New York Times 19 June 1862, page 4)
'Churches for hospitals' (New York Times 16 June 1862, page 5)
'A Philadelphia minister in trouble' (Philadelphia Press Monday 21 July 1862 page 3)
'Disloyal ministers', (Philadelphia Press Tuesday 22 July 1862, page 2)
1862
'Meeting in behalf of soldiers' (Philadelphia Inquirer 20 January 1862 page 8)
'Departure of Col. Gregory's regiment', Philadelphia Inquirer 22 January 1862 page 2
'Letter from the Ninety-first', Philadelphia Inquirer 5 February 1862, page 2
[appointment as provost marshal of Alexandria]. [Baltimore] Sun 24 April 1862 page 4
'By magnetic telegraph'. North American and United States Gazette (Philadelphia PA), 24 April 1862
'Fugitive-slave case in Alexandria'. Philadelphia Press, Saturday 28 June 1862, page 1.
'Alexandria' ([Baltimore] Sun 27 June 1862, page 4)
'Ninety-first Pennsylvania Regiment'. Philadelphia Inquirer, 11 July 1862, page 2
'Our Alexandria letter', Philadelphia Inquirer 23 August 1862, page 1
'The late Col Larned'. Daily National Intelligencer (Washington DC) 10 September 1862 (issue 15,622), col. E
'Local intelligence', Philadelphia Inquirer 19 September 1862 page 8
1863
anonymous, 'From the Ninety-First Penna Regiment', Philadelphia Inquirer 9 March 1863 page 2
'Further from General Hooker's army', Philadelphia Inquirer, 7 May 1863, page 1
'The ninety-first Pennsylvania volunteers', Philadelphia Press, Wednesday 13 May 1863, page 2
'List of some of the killed and wounded', Pittfield Sun 14 May 1863
'Killed and wounded in Gen. Sykes' division on Friday' (Philadelphia Press, 6 May 1863, page 1)
'The Ninety-first Pennsylvania at Chancellorville', Philadelphia Inquirer 13 May 1863, page 8
'God and our country' (Philadelphia Press, 27 June 1863, page 3)
'An interesting service', Philadelphia Inquirer Monday 24 August 1863, page 2)
1864
'Arrival of the 91st regiment Pennsylvania volunteers' (Philadelphia Press 9 January 1864, page 2)
'Presentation of flags' (Philadelphia Press 4 February 1864, page 2)
'Annual meeting at the homeopathic infirmary', Philadelphia Inquirer, 16 February 1864, page 3
'Homeopathic infirmary', Philadelphia Press 16 February 1864, page 4
Twelfth Street M.E. Church', Philadelphia Inquirer, 5 March 1864, page 4
'Arrival of Colonel Gregory', Philadelphia Inquirer, 11 November 1864, page 8
1865
'Promotions and confirmations of Pennsylvania officers', Philadelphia Inquirer, 20 February 1865, page 3
'The Colored Lincoln Monument Association', Philadelphia Inquirer, 6 July 1865, page 4
'Freedmen's meeting in Washington.' New Orleans Tribune 25 July 1865
[re appointment of General Gregory to the Freedmen's Bureau], The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 11 August 1865 page 4
'Letter from Cairo, Ill, Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 21 August 1865 page 2
'Brig. Gen. Gregory, ...', Dallas Herald 16 September 1865, page 2
'Gen Gregory ...', Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 25 September 1865 page 4
'The city', Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 27 September 1865 page 7
'The City', Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 29 September 1865 page 7
'The Galveston Bulletin says ...', Macon Daily Telegraph 30 September 1865 page 2
'From New Orleans', Philadelphia Inquirer 5 October 1865 page 1
'From the Gulf', The Macon Daily Telegraph, 7 October 1865, page 2
[Gregory's speech], [Georgia] The Daily Sun 8 October 1865 page 2
[General Gregory's order], The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 18 October 1865 page 1
'It is believed by some ...', Dallas Herald 21 October 1865 page 2
'Southern items', Philadelphia Inquirer 24 October 1865 page 1
'From Texas', [Columbus Georgia] Daily Sun 29 November 1865
[re rumors about Negroes], Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 1 December 1865 page 4
'The city [re Elmore vs Gregory]', Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 1 December 1865, page 5
'The city', Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph 1 December 1865 p 7
'Freedmen hunted with bloodhounds', Philadelphia Inquirer 9 December 1865 page 1
'Return of Gen. Gregory', Flake's Bulletin 29 December 1865 page 4
'Texas'. New York Times 9 December 1865, page 2
[note about Gregory's arrest of Mr Elmore]. New Orleans Tribune 24 December 1865, page 1, column 5.
'Texas'. New York Times 25 December 1865, page 2
1866
'From New Orleans and Texas', Philadelphia Inquirer 1 January 1866 page 1
'Local news', Flake's Bulletin 2 January 1866 page 5
'Local news', Flake's Bulletin 14 January 1866 page 5
'Highly important decision', Flake's Bulletin 17 January 1866 page 4
'Where did it go to?' Flake's Bulletin 8 February 1866 page 4
'From Texas' Philadelphia Inquirer 8 February 1866 page 1
'Freedmen's Bureau' New Hampshire Sentinel 8 February 1866 page 2
'Texas'. New York Times 8 February 1866 page 8
'The Hon David G Burnet ...' Dallas Herald 17 February 1866, page 3
'Affairs in Texas'. New York Times 19 February 1866, page 1
'Affairs in Texas' Georgia Weekly Telegraph 26 February 1866 page 8
'From Texas' Philadelphia Inquirer 26 February 1866 page 1
'Telegraphic', Dallas Herald 3 March 1866 page 3
'The Labor Bureau', Flake's Bulletin 8 March 1866 page 5
[report of a speech by General Gregory], Galveston Daily News 4 April 1866
'The Labor Bureau' [criticisms of the Texas Bureau], Galveston Daily News 5 April 1866
[complaints from the Louisville Courier], Galveston Daily News 5 April 1866
[prediction of Gregory's relief], Flake's Bulletin 6 April 1866 page 4
[Gregory and Roberts] Dallas Herald 7 April 1866 page 2
[rumor of Gregory's relief], Galveston Dailfy News 7 Apr 1866
['We have been reading ...']. Flake's Bulletin 10 April 1866 page 1
[official notice of Gregory's relief], Galveston Daily News 13 Apr 1866
[Gregory's replacement], Galveston Daily News 14 April 1866
'Gen. Gregory'. Flake's Bulletin 15 April 1866 page 4
'To Brevet-Brig.-Gen. Gregory'. Flake's Bulletin 17 April 1866 page 4
'Local intelligence'. Flake's Bulletin 17 April 1866
'Brevet Brigadier-General E. M. Gregory'. Flake's Bulletin 17 April 1866 page 4
'From Texas'. Macon Daily Telegraph 24 April 1866 page 4.
'Mr. Cushing and his ten thousand dollars'. Flake's Bulletin 24 April 1866, page 4.
'Capt C.C. Morse, ...'. Flake's Bulletin 25 April 1866 page 4.
'The case of General Gregory'. Philadelphia Inquirer 26 April 1866 page 1.
'Mr. Cushing's ten thousand dollars'. Flake's Bulletin, 26 April 1866, page 4.
'Gen. Gregory relieved'. Dallas Herald 28 April 1866 page 1.
'From Texas'. Georgia Weekly Telegraph 30 April 1866 page 2.
[General Gregory and Judge Roberts], Galveston Daily News 23 March 1866
'Mr. Cushing's ten thousand dollars'. Galveston Daily News, 25 April 1866, page 2, column 2.
'Mr. Flake, of the Bulletin, ...'. Flake's Bulletin 1 May 1866, page 4.
'Mr. Telegraph man, ...'. Flake's Bulletin, 4 May 1866, page 1.
'From our Texas correspondent'. [Columbus Georgia] The Daily Sun 6 May 1866 page 2.
'The Assistant Commissioner of Freedmen'. Flake's Bulletin 13 May 1866 page 4.
'We clip ...'. Flake's Bulletin 17 May 1866, page 6.
'The Freedmen's Bureau in Texas'. Philadelphia Inquirer 19 May 1866, page 1.
'Headquarters Bureau of Refugees Freedmen and Abandoned Lands'. Flake's Bulletin 22 May 1866 page 5.
'The synopsis of an important report ...'. Flake's Bulletin 31 May 1866 page 18.
'In speaking of the order ...'. Flake's Bulletin 31 May 1866 page 4.
'The Texas Freedmen'. Flake's Bulletin 31 May 1866 page 6.
'We hear that an effort ...'. Flake's Bulletin, 9 June 1866, page 4.
'Generals Fullerton and Steadman ...'. Flake's Bulletin 15 June 1866 page 4.
'General Gregory'. Flake's Bulletin 19 June 1866 page 4.
'The crops'. Flake's Bulletin 19 June 1866 page 4.
[Gregory's departure], Galveston Daily News 20 June 1866
'Texas'. New York Times 21 June 1866, page 5
'Letter from a radical on the Freedmen's Bureau'. Flake's Bulletin 1 July 1866 page 1
'The laws of Texas'. Saturday Evening Post 7 July 1866 page 2.
'Major General Steadman ...'. Flake's Bulletin 8 July 1866 page 4.
'The Mission of the two generals'. Flake's Bulletin 10 July 1866 page 4.
'Genls. Steadman and Fullerton ...'. Flake's Bulletin 12 July 1866, page 4.
'From Galveston'. Philadelphia Inquirer 14 July 1866 page 1.
'Texas Statutes'. Georgia Weekly Telegraph 23 July 1866 page 4.
'A board to revise the regulations of the Freedmen's Bureau' ([Baltimore] Sun 28 July 1866, page 1)
E.P.B. 'Gen. Steedman's Tour'. New York Times 29 July 1866, page 2
'A cowardly officer--Gen. Gregory's administration ...'. New York Times 29 July 1866
'The Galveston News of the 16th ...'. Daily Columbus Enquirer, 29 July 1866, page 1.
'The southern investigation' [the Steedman-Fullerton report] New York Times 10 August 1866
[assigned in Maryland], [Baltimore] Sun 1 September 1866, page 4
'The report that Gen. Tillson ...'. [Georgia?] The Daily Sun 6 September 1866 page 2.
'Brig. General Gregory has been appointed ...'. Flake's Bulletin 8 September 1866 page 4.
letter, EM Gregory to OO Howard, 13 October 1866 [about the riot at the camp meeting at Shipley's Woods]
[[Union Orphan Asylum anniversary], [Baltimore] Sun 15 November 1866 page 2
'The Camp-meeting outrage--the truth vindicated', Annapolis Gazette, 25 December 1866, page 2
'Telegraphic'. Flake's Bulletin 26 December 1866 page 1.
[see also Galveston Daily News for articles about the Freedmen's Bureau; I have listed above only those articles that are explicitly about Gregory]
1867
'A rich letter'. Flake's Bulletin 22 January 1867 page 5.
'Brig. Gen. E. M. Gregory, ...'. Flake's Bulletin 14 February 1867 page 4.
'Senator Wilson's charge against Texas'. Flake's Bulletin 6 March 1867 page 5.
'The African Methodist Episcopal Conference', [Baltimore] Sun 23 April 1867 page 1
'General Gregory'. Flake's Bulletin 25 April 1867 page 4 [reprinted Flake's Bulletin 1 May 1867 page 10.
[visit to Easton], Easton Gazette 27 April 1867 page 2
'Maryland radical state convention', [Baltimore] Sun 15 May 1867 page 1
'The Colored schools of Texas'. Flake's Bulletin 19 May 1867 page 4 [reprinted 21 May 1867 page 4 and Flake's Bulletin 22 May 1867 page 4.
'National Temperance Convention', [Baltimore] Sun 22 June 1867 page 1
'Dedication of the Gregory Aged (Colored) Women's Home', [Baltimore] Sun 22 July 1867, page 1
'At a temperance celebration ...'. Flake's Bulletin 28 June 1867 page 2 [reprinted 29 June 1867 page 4].
[visit to Havre de Grace], Easton Gazette 3 August 1867 page 2
'The riot at Centreville MD'. [Baltimore] American and Commercial Advertiser Monday 5 August 1867, page 1, column 4.
'The late disturbance at Centreville', [Baltimore] Sun 6 August 1867 page 2
'General Gregory', Annapolis Gazette 15 August 1867 page 2
'Hash'. Flake's Bulletin 22 August 1867 page 4.
'Speaking of General E.M. Gregory, ...'. Flake's Bulletin 24 October 1867 page 2 reprinted 26 October 1867 page 6.
' ... Our friend E. M. Wheelock Esq., ...'. San Antonio Express 19 November 1867 page 1.
'Washington, Nov. 21 ...' Flake's Bulletin 22 November 1867 page 1 [reprinted at Flake's Bulletin 23 November 1867 page 1]; also Georgia Weekly Telegraph 29 November 1867 page 4
1868
'Radical mass meeting', [Baltimore] Sun 7 May 1868 page 1
'The Boys in Blue ...'. Flake's Bulletin 9 September 1868 page 1.
'We copy the following ...'. Flake's Bulletin 9 December 1868 page 2.
1869
'We have had the pleasure ...'. Dallas Herald 13 February 1869 page 1.
bankruptcy notice, Cincinnati Daily Gazette 1 April 1869 page 3, Edgar M Gregory
'There is nothing ...'. New Hampshire Sentinel 13 May 1869 page 2.
'Editorial paragraphs'. Flake's Bulletin, 19 May 1869, page 4.
'General E. M. Gregory, ...'. San Antonio Express 20 May 1869 page 3.
'Meeting in Brazoria'. Houston Union 31 July 1869 page 4.
'The horseback orator'. San Antonio Express 12 August 1869 page 2.
'Editorial paragraphs'. Flake's Bulletin 21 August 1869, page 4.
'Gen. Gregory'. San Antonio Express 8 September 1869 page 2.
'Editorial paragraphs'. Flake's Bulletin 18 September 1869 page 4.
'Gen.Gregory declines'. Flake's Bulletin 3 November 1869 page 2.
1870
'Well named'. Philadelphia Inquirer 31 January 1870 page 2.
'The temperance cause'. Philadelphia Inquirer 8 February 1870 page 3.
'City intelligence'. Philadelphia Inquirer 10 March 1870 page 3.
'The next census'. Philadelphia Inquirer 21 March 1870 page 2.
'Texas'. Philadelphia Inquirer 31 March 1870 page 2.
'Society of the Army of the Potomac'. Philadelphia Inquirer 8 April 1870, page 5.
'The grand re-union of our soldiers'. Philadelphia Inquirer 9 April 1870 page 3.
'City intelligence'. Philadelphia Inquirer 14 April 1870 page 2.
'The Philadelphia Fourth Presbytery'. Philadelphia Inquirer 15 April 1870 page 2.
'Meeting of the census committee of city councils'. Philadelphia Inquirer 16 April 1870, page 2.
'United States Marshal's sale'. Philadelphia Inquirer 27 April 1870 page 7.
'Another successful raid upon the illicit distilleries'. Philadelphia Inquirer 28 April 1870 page 2.
'Grand rally of the friends of temperance'. Philadelphia Inquirer 28 April 1870 page 5.
'"Temperance" meeting'. Philadelphia Inquirer 30 April 1870 page 2.
'Union League'. Philadelphia Inquirer 12 May 1870 page 8.
'City intelligence'. Philadelphia Inquirer 14 May 1870 page 2.
'Census takers'. Philaelphia Inquirer 31 May 1870 page 3.
'The census'. Philadelphia Inquirer 1 June 1870 page 4.
'The Presbyterians'. New York Times 2 June 1870, page 1
'United States Marshal's sale'. Philadelphia Inquirer 18 June 1870 page 7.
'Marshal Gregory, ...'. Flake's Bulletin, 18 June 1870, page 4.
'The October elections'. New York Times 12 October 1870, page 1
'Answer of Marshal Gregory'. Chicago Tribune 20 October 1870, page 2.
'Conflict of authority'. Chicago Tribune 20 October 1870, page 2.
1871
'Local summary'. Philadelphia Inquirer 21 January 1871 page 3.
'Jubilee'. Philadelphia Inquirer 31 March 1871 page 3.
'United States Marshal's Office'. Philadelphia Inquirer 14 July 1871 page 7.
'City intelligence'. Philadelphia Inquirer 26 August 1871 page 2.
'Obituary'. Philadelphia Inquirer 8 November 1871 page 2.
Death notice for General EM Gregory. In "Telegraphic brevities". New York Times 8 November 1871, page 5, column 4.
'Obituary' [for Edgar Gregory], Philadelphia Inquirer 8 November 1871 page 2
'Edgar M Gregory' ([Baltimore] Sun 9 November 1871)
Death notice for General Edgar M Gregory. Philadelphia Public Ledger, 9 November 1871.
'Washington news'. Philadelphia Inquirer 9 November 1871 page 1.
'It is probable that ...'. Philadelphia Inquirer 9 November 1871 page 4.
'General Edgar M. Gregory'. Cincinnati Daily Enquirer, 9 November 1871, page 4.
'The Philadelphia vacancies'. Philadelphia Inquirer 10 November 1871 page 1.
'Several candidates ...'. Philadelphia Inquirer 10 November 1871 page 4.
'General Gregory'. Philadelphia Inquirer 11 November 1871 page 2.
'By Telegraph'. Georgia Weekly Telegraph 14 November 1871 page 5.
'Interment'. Philadelphia Inquirer 14 November 1871 page 2.
'District Court of the United States ...'. Philadelphia Inquirer 15 November 1871 page 7.
'The Reserves', Philadelphia Inquirer, 18 November 1871, page 2
'United States Marshal Gregory, ...'. The New Hampshire Patriot 22 November 1871 page 3.
1872
'A Christian soldier'. New York Evangelist, 4 January 1872, page 1.


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Letter Erastus B Tyler to Montgomery Blair, Sept. 23, 1867, Johnson Papers, LC [cited in Papers of Andrew Johnson, v. 13, p.150, n2]


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