Ledger Report by Colored Sergeant, U.S.C.T., Selling Government horse & bridle... &c.
by WILLIAM BUCKNER
Scarce signed colored officer's report listing several entries, including "selling of Government horse and bridle and saddles sold." Report also mentions barrels of whiskey. William Buckner was a sergeant in the 46th Regiment of United States Colored Troops. From April through November 1864, this regiment was stationed in the District of Vicksburg at Milliken's Bend. Sergeant William Buckner's African American Civil War Memorial plaque number is C-59. WILLIAM BUCKNER.
Manuscript Document Signed. July 18, 1864. "Report of Sergeant [William] Buckner of Co. B 46 U.S. Inf." 2 pp. folio.
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