A Guide to the Richard I. Stone Diaries
Richard I. Stone, teacher from Warrensburg, Missouri, served in the Confederate army in Arkansas and Louisiana during the Civil War.
Civil War diaries of Confederate soldier Richard I. Stone, describing camp life and travel through Arkansas; fighting near the Arkansas River; Company C.; and Camp Bragg, Louisiana.
One of the two leather-bound volumes includes Stone's financial accounts and the attendance records he kept as a school teacher (ca. 1860). Also included is a single page furlough handwritten and signed by W.P Anderson (1864).
Richard I. Stone Diaries, Dolph Briscoe Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
Detailed Description of the Papers