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Baugh to Amanda C. Baugh, 19 December ; Virginius N. Baugh, 12 April ; H. Reid to William F. Baugh, 3 October The original of one of the letters dated 4 December is located at the Eleanor S. Letter, 16 December Letter, 16 December , from W. Bayless of Company B, 1st Tennessee Infantry, to his mother detailing his regiment's march from home, to Staunton, Virginia, and its final destination of Strasburg, Virginia.

He describes Staunton and the surrrounding countryside. Bayless also mentions his plans to move to another regiment. Papers, , of W. Baylor of Petersburg, Virginia, consistiong of: Benjamin ; oath of allegiance, 6 April , of W. Baylor; two letters, 7 September and 8 November , from George A. Otis , assistant surgeon-general, to Baylor transmitting abstracts of cases treated at the Confederate hospital in Petersburg during October and June ; and a letter, 20 April , from Charles H.

Military order, 2 September Baylor temporarily relieving him from duty at the Confederate Hospital and reassigning him to other duties immediately. Beadles, George Andrew, Jr. Papers, , , of George Andrew Beadles, Jr. He also gives a description of Lynchburg, and writes about his duties as an officer, lack of clothing and supplies, and visits with friends and news of fellow soldiers.

He requests Merrell to write more, encloses poetry to her, and reminiscences about their time together. Also included is a letter concerning genealogy on the Beall family, as well as an unidentified tintype and a photograph of Beall when he was in his later years. Reminiscences, no date, of Thomas Bean b. These reminiscences were apparently dictated to, and written by, an unknown individual. They begin with his capture by Confederate soldiers during the Battle of Weldon Railroad in August , and detail his subsequent imprisonment at Belle Isle and Libby Prisons in Richmond, as well as the military prison at Salisbury, North Carolina.

They include details of the searches to which the prisoners were subjected, rations allowed, descriptions of the buildings and grounds, and the conditions which they endured. A hand-drawn map of Belle Isle prison is also included. Beard also provides information on her family during this time, stating that two brothers served in Company G, 31st Virginia Infantry. These recollections first appeared as an article in the Pocahontas Times 4 November Essays, 26 July Essays, 26 July , written by William M.

Beard , Commander-in-Chief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, and an unidentified author, on religion in the Confederacy. The essays were written in commemoration of the 91st Manassas Battlefield celebration.

Topics include support of the Confederacy by various denominations, the suffering endured by their congregations, destruction to their churches, the clergy's loyal oratory and their service in the Confederate army, the spirit of piety in its troops, and the work of Archbishop Jean-Marie Odin , as well as the American Bible Society.

File copies of letters and telegrams, , of General G. Also includes an invoice of ordnance and orndance stores. Letter, 19 November Letter, 19 November , from G. Diary also notes some of the battles that were raging in Richmond, Virginia, Fayette and Raleigh Counties, West Virginia, and includes some personal financial information.

Letter, 12 May Letter, 12 May , from Charles H. Bell writes about skirmishing with the enemy and the tactics used by both sides, the surrender of Confederate soldiers, and he describes the scene of thousands of Union troops waiting to cross the Rappahannock River. A transcription of the letter is included.

Letter, 3 May Letter, 3 May , from Miller G. Letter, 25 March Letter, 25 March , from Judah P. Benjamin , Richmond, Virginia, to A. Stuart , Staunton, Virginia, requesting that Stuart come to Richmond as soon as possible for a conference with Jefferson Davis Receipts, 4 March Receipts, 4 March , of Coleman D.

Receipt, 4 March Receipt, 4 March , issued by C. Bennett , sheriff of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, for the hire of Ceaser [sic] and Len, slaves of Samuel Hairston for work on fortifications in the department. Payment ordered by Colonel W. Letter, 13 November Letter, 13 November , from Edgar B. He also notes that General William Sherman has captured Atlanta, Georgia, and is moving towards Charleston, South Carolina, and adds that it is the job of the army in front of Petersburg to occupy Robert E.

Lee's army so that it cannot move against Sherman. He adds that he is disappointed in the presidential election. Speech, 10 May Accession , Miscellaneous Reel 2. Papers, , of the Berkeley family of Aldie, Loudoun County, Virginia, containing correspondence pertaining to the following members of the Berkeley family: Lewis Berkeley, his sons, Edmund and William N. Berkeley, and Francis L.

Other correspondents include Thomas Griffin, A. Thompson, Beverley Tucker, and William Waller. The letters are mostly of a personal nature, discusssing college life, family news, farming, politics, and the Civil War.

Records of southern plantations from emancipation to the great migration. Collection consists of papers and records of postbellum tobacco and cotton plantations in North Carolina and Virginia, dating and containing personal and family correspondence, store account books, rental account books, farm ledgers, legal records, cash books, and a diary. Contains information on the credit system that developed following the war, postbellum store owners and the accounts of freedmen, the Freedmen's Bureau, the southern labor system including African American wage labor, sharecroppers, the African American experience following the Civil War, African American politicians, slavery, abolitionism and abolitionists, and Civil War, Reconstruction and New South politics.

Order, 2 February Copy of Special Order No. Papers, , no date. Papers, and no date, of George S. Bernard of Petersburg, Virginia, consisting of letters, , from Pattie B. Cowles of Petersburg to Bernard while serving in the Petersburg Rifles later Company E, 12th Virginia Infantry stationed in Norfolk, Virginia, describing life in Petersburg in the early days of the Civil War; providing social and family news and gossip; declaring the devotion of the women of Petersburg to the cause and to the men who have left to fight; commenting on Alabama and South Carolina troops which have passed through Petersburg; and stating that President Jefferson Davis passed through Petersburg.

Papers also include an undated speech praising the men and women of the Confederacy and their continuing contributions. Papers of Luther Betts of the 9th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, including an order, 6 March , for cavalry detail, and parole, 2 May Beverley, Jane Eliza Carter.

Includes information on Civil War action in the surrounding area, and her personal recollections of General Robert E. These reminiscences were transcribed by Robert Beverley Herbert b. Letter, 5 July Letter, 5 July , from Isaac Bevier b.

He discusses the fighting and a flag that his regiment captured as well as news of camp life, including some souvenirs he and others have picked up. Letter, 15 September Letter, 15 September , from Isaac Bevier of Company E, 44th New York Infantry, to his parents detailing the second battle of Manassas Bull Run , his wounding, and his stay in the hospital including work as a nurse. He also comments on the campaigning leading up to the battle of Antietam. Also includes a casualty list for the 44th New York.

Black concerning the War of military record of Obadiah Hawkins ca. Billingsly outlines his military duties, describes the condition of his winter quarters, and discusses the weather. Billingsly also tells of washing clothes on Christmas Day and asks about his family. Letter, 27 April Letter, 27 April , from George Bills d. He states that the army is raising breastworks and that sharpshooters fire at anyone who shows his head.

Bills writes that soldiers often talk about when they will be heading home and that he expects they will be paid soon. Bills also sends Calvin a power of attorney and some apple tree seeds. He asks Calvin to send a fine comb because of lice and ticks. There is also a transcript. Autograph collection, , of William F. Collection contains signatures of prominent Confederate and Union military figures from letters, military records, legal documents, receipts, as well as clipped signatures.

Also included is published biographical information for some of the individuals. Papers include birth and marriage information; a list of slaves owned by various family members; a letter from Charles H.

Reminiscences of Civil War service, no date. Reminiscences of Civil War service by James C. Birdsong also mentions his being a prisoner of war. In part photographs and negatives. Sketchbook, , of Benjamin Lewis Blackford of Lynchburg, Virginia, containing sketches of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, the ruins of Chancellorsville, Virginia, soldiers, and other landscapes. First and Last, or Battles in Virginia. Memoirs of William Willis Blackford entitled "First and Last, or Battles in Virginia," are a typed transcript that detail, chronologically by campaign, the exploits of Blackford while serving as a cavalry officer with the 1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment under Jeb Stuart and as an officer with the Engineer Corps.

These memoirs are very anecdotal, and were published in as War Years With Jeb Stuart reprinted Letter, 4 November Letter, 4 November , from R. Blackington of Company I, 20th Maine Infantry, in Culpeper County, Virginia, to his mother Louisa Blackington detailing how the regiment stripped homes for items to use in camp, providing other news, and asking for stockings that he can sell.

Parole, 8 May Parole, 8 May , of Luther R. Letter, 9 June , from William Barrett Blair b. Letter, 26 October Letter, 9 November , from Henry T. Blanchard writes about recent battles with the enemy, including those at Brandy Station and Rappahannock Station, as well as the taking of prisoners, the location of various troops, and the cold weather.

Letter, 27 August Letter, 27 August , from Henry T. Blanchard also adds a postscript to his brother. Bland County, Virginia, Pleas, Board of Military Exemption Minutes and Board of Supervisors Minute Book, bulk , document specific types of records as noted related to county court orders such as the appointments of various Constitutional officers of the county and exemption board rulings, , related to permanent bodily infirmity during the Civil War years when paper was scarce.

Pages for these two sections are not numbered. There are loose papers in this section between pages and Letter, 28 December Letter, 28 December , from William L. Blanvelt, Lewinsville, Fairfax County, Virginia, to his brother. Topics include a recent battle at Dranesville Fairfax County , weather, Christmas, and views on the war.

The letter was written on letterhead illustrated with a portrait of General McClellan. Papers, , of the Bledsoe family of Fentress County, Tennessee; the Hinds family of Barren County, Kentucky; and the Conlee family of Washington County, Illinois; as well as from members of the families who settled in other parts of Tennessee and Kentucky and settled in California and Iowa. Letters consist mainly of social and family news of the three families.

Of particular interest are letters, , from William M. Bledsoe to his wife Sarah Hinds Bledsoe b. Hinds and James M. Letter, 16 July Letter, 16 July , from Lyman B. Bliss comments that he was not at the fight because of his health, which he elaborates on. He also mentions his brother Samuel ca. Letter, 11 February Dearing, and troop movements. Bock ; Bock and Wilkinson families; William L. Includes papers of William Fanning Wilkinson concerning the Civil War and his loyalty oath, and papers concerning the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

Includes a biographical sketch of Francis Makemie ca. Compiled by Myra Boggs with assistance from Dorothy Bonniwell. Letter, 31 March Letter, 31 March , from F. Hays Otey , Captain of Otey's Artillery Company, Danville, Virginia, regarding the placement of artillery for the defenses of Danville without Boggs' orders, and that the guns are not to be positioned anywhere until there is a necessity. Includes a note, 1 April , from Colonel R. Withers , commanding at Danville, stating that he had ordered the guns placed and they could not be moved.

Abstracts of the proceedings of the Board of Exemption for Pittsylvania County, Virginia, in , compiled by Mary Leigh Boisseau of Danville, Virginia, in , consisting abstracts of the minutes of the Pittsylvania County Board of Exemptions concerning the evaluation of applications of soldiers for discharge from military duty.

Abstracts list the name of the soldier, application disposition approved or rejected , and cause, if approved. There are handwritten corrections made by the compiler. Daybook, 24 October January , of James Bolton consisting of a daily record of patients seen, both private and military, often including rank, age, or address. Other sections of the book include more detailed notes of surgery and other treatments, a record of stimulants administered, vaccination procedures and records, and some medicinal preparations.

Bond and his sister-in-law Julia F. Pierce Bond of Dummerston, Windham County, Vermont, describing camp life, drilling, rations, and picket duty. Bond describes the Virginia countryside, including a description of the Fairfax County court house. He mentions Generals Ambrose Burnside and E. Stoughton , as well the Confederate army. He also mentions the troops playing baseball. Letter, 12 January Letter, 12 January , from Cyrus Monroe Booth of Company E, 27th New York Regiment, to his sister Emma informing her that he is sending her a picture of him, and describing the return to the regiment of 35 men captured at the first battle of Manassas Bull Run.

He details the reception for them and sketches how banners and wreaths were hung to celebrate their return. Papers, , of the Booth family of Suffolk, Virginia, consisting of a flyleaf from an undesignated book, ; an invoice, 7 April , for a coffin bought by Nathaniel Boothe, for his wife, in Suffolk, Virginia; and a receipt, 1 May , for items impressed from Boothe by Captain T.

Papers, , collected by Mrs. Westmore to William D. Robins for a fee for entering land transferred; a receipt, 8 February [? Gordon to William D. Robins; an agreement, 19 March , Alexander R. Byers, and Richard H. Dudley with David B. Bell with Harrison T. Bolen, ; a letter, 26 March , from E.

Galt of Lynchburg to "Arthur", commenting on military affairs and discussing local and family news. Papers, , of the Bosworth family of Randolph County, West Virginia, consisting of letters written to and from Squire Newton Bosworth while he was serving in the 31st Virginia Infantry during the Civil War. There are also letters written to and from his father Dr. Subjects of the letters written by Squire Newton Bosworth include his opinions of deserters, news of fellow soldiers and residents of Randolph County, troop movements, and the activities of his father.

Also included in this collection is a forage receipt, as well as poetry written by Squire Bosworth while being held in prison. Papers, , of the Bosworth family of Randolph County, West Virginia, consisting of receipts, , , for J.

Barrett of Christian County, Illinois, attacking Bosworth for his Confederate sympathies, this being the letter mentioned by Joshua and Squire Bosworth. Minutes of the Provisional Committee, Most petitions were made on the grounds of permanent bodily infirmity or having furnished a substitute. Most all statements about applications for exemption state the regiment to which the requestor was drafted to serve. Two of the meetings give names of free male negroes who were drafted into the Confederate States Quartermaster department to work on defenses in the New River District or with the Army of South Westerly Virginia.

The final pages of the volume contain information more likely to be found in a court minute or order book and dates from and Cist of Cincinnati, Ohio, containing correspondence stating that James Patton Preston is still alive and living in Montgomery County, Virginia, but that Thomas Mann Randolph is deceased. There are four newspaper clippings on the inside of the letter concerning Botts during the Civil War, when he under suspicion for his Unionist sentiments. Also includes a portrait of Botts and a brief biographical sketch.

Papers, Accession Includes letters written by and to Bouldin while he was being held prisoner at Point Lookout, Maryland, during the Civil War. Majority of the collection is correspondence between him, after he settled in Kentucky, and his sisters, who either remained in Virginia or also moved to Kentucky. Also contained in the collection is information on the 18th Virginia Infantry, including battles fought, numbers of troops involved, killed in action, and wounded, and a list of officers.

There are also transcripts of two letters written by Boulware to his brother-in-law William Stokes who had married Eliza Boulware discussing Confederate military activities around Franklin, Virginia, in March , and around Knoxville, Tennessee, in December Letters, , of George Bouton ca.

Collection includes typescript copies. Letters, , from George Bouton ca. Papers, , of Henry M. Bowden of James City County and Norfolk, Virginia, including accounts, appointments, correspondence, election results, oath of allegiance, and passes. Most of the letters written by Bowden relate to the hardships he endured by staying loyal to the United States government and his efforts to obtain employment and monetary reparations for lost property.

Includes a letter, 31 April , from his daughter, Alice Bowden, regarding life in Williamsburg and attitudes of neighbors towards the family and a statement from Thomas Kemper, , about rental property in Norfolk; a letter, 3 March , from W. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury, asking for a government appointment; and appointments and letters, , to and from Union general Benjamin F.

Butler in which he obtained a post of financial clerk for the Provost Marshal. Also of note is a letter, 11 October , to General Howard from Bowden, asking for reparations for his home and property lost. United States military telegram, 8[? Telegraph states that Mrs.

Piggot[t], her family, and her slaves have been escorted to Richmond, Virginia. Two or three slaves have escaped to Union lines. Captain Faith may have been Anderson Faith of the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry, which was stationed in the area. Letter, 6 January Letter, 6 January , from John R. Bowles of Company F, 6th Virginia Cavalry, to his mother and sisters living in Baltimore, Maryland, stating that he had been given a furlough to acquire horses for the company and regiment, that he had been able to visit relatives in Botetourt County, Virginia, and sending news of them home.

Bowles comments on the battle of Gettysburg. He also asks how his family and friends in Baltimore are doing and describes some aspects of life as a soldier. Inkjet and Xerox copies. Letters, and , from Private William H. Letter, 2 August , from Culpeper Court House, Virginia, discusses military rations, a possible furlough, and the progress of the war. Bowling also directs his wife, Lucretia, on what type of crop to plant. Letter, 19 March , from a camp near Petersburg, Virginia, comments again on a lack of rations for the men and a plan by the military to take food stores from civilians to provide for soldiers.

Bowling also discusses the lack of feed for his horse and the need for another mount. Bowling anticipates the upcoming battle of Petersburg and notes troop desertions are a problem. He also mentions news of General William T. Letter, 20 November Burnside of the command of the Army of the Potomac and offering opinions on the leadership skills of McClelland and Burnside. Bowman also relates stories of his own encounters with Burnside.

Other topics include the recent election of John Albion Andrew as governor of Massachusetts, camp life, and health.

Letter, 10 October He also expresses his thoughts about possibly leaving Virginia. Letter, 7 February Boyer, regarding family, health of friends and family in New Market, Virginia, and Union raids on the mail service. Letter, 22 July Letter, 22 July , from Harrison H. Boyes adds that the 2nd Iowa and 2nd Michigan are the best cavalry units in the western Union army.

Boyes also asks for news and states that Union prospects are gloomy, mainly due to the defeat of George B. Military pass, 30 August Also includes an envelope which contained the pass. Letter, 14 January Letter, 14 January [], from James Bozworth [Bosworth] , Company D, 17th Connecticut Infantry, at Stafford Court House, Virginia, to Frank Sherwood, Bridgeport, Connecticut, complaining about the quality and price of tobacco and whiskey sold to soldiers, criticizing Ambrose Burnside and the officer corps, while wishing George McClellan were back in command of the army.

Boswoth is even critical of the officers of the regiment. Petition, 28 March Petition, 28 March , from John A. Reverse contain a note from Dr. Papers, , of Herbert Clarence Bradshaw of Prince Edward County, Virginia, and Durham, North Carolina, consisting of articles, bulletins, clippings, correspondence, magazines maps, notes, pamphlets, photographs, and other materials used by Bradshaw to write his History of Prince Edward County and History of Hampden-Sydney College, vol.

Byrd ; James Monroe ; the Mount Vernon Ladies Association; and genealogical information on the following families: Reminiscences of Confederate service , 9 May Reminiscences, 9 May , of Robert Richard Bragg b. Diary, , of Thomas Bragg , United States Senator and Confederate Attorney-General containing detailed observations and opinions of the political events leading up to and during the Civil War.

Senator, Bragg comments on the actions and concerns of both Democrats and Republicans with regards to the sectional differences and the problems of seceeding states.

While attorney general, Bragg gives his opininon about the actions of President Davis, the Cabinet and the Confederate Senate. He continues to comment on the war, its military aspects, and its effect on the civilian population after his retirement to Petersburg, Virginia. Letter, 21 December Letter, 21 December , from John B.

He writes that he misses his mother and hopes to see her after the war. He informs her of where he lives and his family. Brant adds that he has met and talked with his brother Levi Brant. Brent, Martha Buxton Porter. Photocopies and photostats negative. Porter career in the Confederate States of America Navy, including his work on rebuilding the Merrimack-Virginia Frigate, the capture and evacuation of Richmond, Virginia in , relationships between the Union soldiers and Richmond citizens after the war, and her marriage to Frank Pierce Brent d.

Also includes notes and a drawing of the Merrimack by John Porter and a copy of his parole. Rosters of ex-Confederate soldiers and sailors living in Northumberland County, Virginia, Rosters compiled in by R. Brent, Commissioner of the Revenue under provisions of Act of 6 March , of ex-Confederate soldiers and sailors living in Northumberland County, Virginia, containing age in , rank and company during the Civil War, regiment, service, and remarks.

Apparently there are no ex-Confederate sailors listed on these rosters. Letter, 25 March , from Major General C. Bridges, Peter Speech, 23 October Papers also contain letters from Evie Goodloe to William Briscoe during their courtship and their marriage, and correspondence from Elizabeth Goodloe ca. Also letters to and from Evie Briscoe from other relatives and friends. Papers also include accounts and account book, , of Frederick A. Diary, , of William F.

Broaddus of Fredericksburg and Charlottesville, Virginia, containing entries covering his arrest and incarceration in Old Capitol by the Union army during the Civil War. His entries contain descriptions of his fellow prisoners including Belle Boyd Broaddus chronicles his efforts to obtain freedom for himself and many of his neighbors.

He also details his efforts to minister to wounded soldiers after his release. Also includes entries covering his efforts to minister during the war to his Baptist congregations in Fredericksburg. His entries also contain news about various battles and events. Topics covered include being stationed in Fredericksburg and in the Shenandoah Valley, weather observations, drills and dress parades, guard duty, skirmishes with the enemy, letters received and sent, movements of other units, and rumors of victories and defeats by the Confederate and Federal armies.

Portions of the diaries are illegible. Mmedical notebook, [? Volume contains notes on lectures given by hospital staff on various diseases and wounds, and their treatment. Topics include membership to the Virginia Historical Society, dues, subscriptions to the Southern Historical Society Papers, purchases of archival manuscripts and publications for the society, loans of books, and general Virginia historical and genealogical research inquiries.

The letters include some Bible records and genealogical notes for the family the correspondents were researching, making these letters a great source for genealogists. Often the correspondents were researching their last name, although included are some requests for other family names.

Therefore a thorough checking of all family names may be required to find genealogical information relating to a specific family name. The Robert Alonzo Brock miscellaneous files, , include a wide variety of business, organizational, personal, and military records collected by Brock.

The records encompass not only Virginia, but many other East coast colonies and states. The files are organized chronologically and cover a variety of topics, locations, and time periods. Included are accounts, affidavits, agreements, bills, bonds, correspondence, deeds, inventories, invitations, petitions, power of attorney, promissory notes, receipts, reports, surveys, reports, and warrants.

Topics include agriculture, business, genealogy, politics, social life, universities, and war. The collection encompasses such a wide range of materials, a separate database was created to identify each manuscript.

In order to access the collection, patrons should search the database for specific names or topics. Papers, , of William H. Brodnax of Brunswick, Greensville, and Dinwiddie Counties, Virginia, consisting of accounts, addresses, correspondence, military orders, resolutions, and speeches concerning, religion, slaves, timber, the Virginia state militia, politics, legal affairs, and personal matters.

Include letters from Robert G. Withers of Greene County, Alabama concerning his plantation there; and a military order, 25 May , assigning Private T. Typescript copy of the autobiography, , of St. The autobiography mainly covers events while Brooke was living in Virginia, until Extensive genealogical notes are given for the Brooke, Selden, and Tucker families.

He recounts the battles of Gettysburg and the Wilderness. An appendix at the end of the narrative contains transcripts of letters of commendation for military service and a letter from the Haw family who cared for Brooke when he was wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness. Letter, 16 May Letter, 16 May , from J. Broughton also offers a brief geographic and agricultural description of the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

He did not know that Dibble had died years earlier. Letters, , from William H. Some subjects discussed in this letter are clothing, Christmas, Richmond, and previous letters. Letter, 15 February Letter, 15 July Francis Stribling , Staunton, Virginia. He also states that 2, Federal prisoners who were being kept in Richmond were recently removed to the prison at Belle Isle.

He closes by commenting briefly on his work as a chaplain in a local C. Letter, 27 March Letter, 27 March , from Ira Brown b. Contains descriptions of the Battle of Fort Stedman. Also includes a typed transcript compiled by an undetermined source. Letter, 2 August In part, typed transcript. Letter, 2 August , from J. Letter, 19 September Letter, 19 September , from John D.

Brown mentions agricultural matters and offers to write General John B. Magruder in an effort to obtain any position in the army his son would like. Letters, June , from John Thompson Brown in the Richmond Howitzers to his wife Mary Martha Southell Brown commenting on camp life, asking for plates and silverware, discussing military movements of his artillery company, and family news. Brown admits that he is homesick and would like to see his wife, and he also mentions his mother. Includes a transcript of a letter, 23 December , from Robert E.

Willcox Brown, and a letter, 18 March , from Brown to H. McIlwaine , Virginia State Librarian. Letters, , of Richard L. Lee as general of all the Confederate armies, morale in Richmond, and speeches by Alexander Stephens and Jefferson Davis, includes a typed transcript of this letter also a transcript of this letter ; and letter, 6 December , from Brown to Berlin stating he had learned that Berlin now lived in Harrisonburg,Virginia, recounting a trip to Upshur County, West Virginia, and criticizing the Virginia assembly.

Autograph book of Captain Junius B. Includes a typed index to autographs. Also contains copies of some Bible verses on the last pages. Browning, Almira Sue Harvey. Most of the letters were from Henry H. Roach, , and include topics of camp life, family, marriage, and troop movements of Company K, 21st Virginia Infantry.

Also includes a letter to William Browning, 17 October , regarding the death of his son John; letter, 19 December , from Isaac N. Eve to Almira; and an undated letter from Samuel Harvey to Almira. The collection includes a booklet with transcripts of most of the letters, along with some biographical information on Almira and Samuel Harvey.

These reports include the names of soldiers and family members and the needs of the families or the supplies provided to each family and the cost of these items.

Lists of indigent soldiers included with these records include detailed descriptions of the fate of the soldiers and their family situations, including the number of children in the family. The reports record where funds came from, who they were distributed to and exactly who and what the money was to be used for, listing specific amounts foods such as bacon, corn, flour, and coffee and household items such as wool.

Bryan family papers, Letter, 16 April Bryan notes that Union General George B. He comments on faulty cannon made by the Tredegar Ironworks. Bryan states that several slaves he and others in Gloucester County own have run away and frets over the wheat crop. Bryan wishes that he was with Randolph in Richmond where it is safe and quiet. Hudgens of Cumberland County to Richard A. Bryant regarding the lack of both money and supplies in Cumberland County; letter, 27 January , from General P.

Beauregard to Richard A. Bryant of the 18th Virginia Infantry stating he is obliged to Mr. Reynolds for kind request and informing Bryant to come in the afternoon to take his measure, probably for boots; letter, 2 February , from Lizzie to her cousin relating news of home; letter, 4 November , W.

Bryant , all of Southampton County, discussing army life and inquiring after relatives and friends. Bryant discusses camp life, campaigning in northeastern North Carolina during , and fighting in Virginia during Also included are letters from his sister Rosa and his uncle, William R.

Bryant, concerning family and local news. Bryant also received a letter from M. Davis and Company of Petersburg, Virginia, containing swatches of cloth for uniforms. All letters can be found in Three Rebels Write Home, pages Letters, , from Richard A.

Bryant of Company E, 18th Virginia Infantry, to his wife Eugenia Bryant of Cumberland County, Virginia, consisting of letters discussing the day to day life of a soldier including campaigning. He provides great detail in giving news from camp and news of the larger war aims of both the Confederacy and the Union. Bryant also describes the first battle of Manassas.

Collection includes two letters written on the back of religious flyers and a poem about wives clipped from a newspaper. Letter, 16 April , from J. Buchanan of Washington County, Virginia, to William Edmondson "Grumble" Jones commanding the 11th Virginia Cavalry, asking Jones about his prospects for the future, including promotion; and providing news from Glade Springs, Virginia.

Diary of Lucy Rebecca Buck, Typescript photocopy of the diary, , of Lucy Rebecca Buck describing daily life at Bel Air near Front Royal, Virginia, with parents, a grandmother, aunts, cousins, siblings, and visitors during the Civil War. Newspaper, 14 July It discusses arrival of artillery made by Tredegar Iron Works, rumors of an attack on Norfolk, Virginia, postponement of presentation of colors by President Davis, the people of Richmond, and rainy days.

Letters, , from Ebenezer Buell b. Subjects include Union and Confederate troop movements, size, and fortifications, going on scouting patrols, descriptions of the area and its desolation, news of Union victories reaching his camp, and weather conditions.

Transcriptions of the letters are included. Papers, and , of Basil B. Bullock of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, consisting of a commission, 14 September , for Bullock as a first lieutenant in the 16th Regiment, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, of the Virginia militia, signed by Governor Henry A. Wise; and a parole, 1 May , issued to Major Basil B.

Letter, 26 June Letter, 26 June , from Wesley Levi Bumgarner , Company H, 18th North Carolina Infantry, at Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, Virginia, to his parents Stephen Bumgarner and Rebecca Nichols Bumgarner of Wilkes County, North Carolina, informing them that he is at Chimborazo because he was unable to keep up with his regiment during its march, but expecting to be back with his company soon. He notes a rumor that the Union army might be advancing up the James River.

Requisition, 19 October On the same leaf is a receipt, 9 November , for the clothes signed by Burfoot at Berryville, Clarke County, Virginia. Papers, , of the Burke family of Caroline County, Virginia, consisting of letters, , from family and friends discussing personal news and Texas during the early days of the Civil War; and letters, , from Thomas Henry Burke ? Papers also include wills, , of Holt Richeson d. Burke, his health and inability to return to military duty.

Other Confederate prisoners of war signed the album and included their name, rank, date and location of capture. Letter, 3 April Photocopies Letter, 3 April , from Robert J. Papers, , of the Burns-Carpenter family of Bath County, Virginia, consisting of a letter, 12 March , from John William Carpenter , Company G, 18th Virginia Cavalry, to his wife Mary Christina Burns Carpenter , Bath County, sending news of family and friends in the regiment, and news about the war; and a letter, 31 December , from Franklin Crawford Burns , Company G, 18th Virginia Cavalry, to his wife Sarah Margaret Carpenter Burns , Bath County, sending news of the death of his brother Warwick Washington Burns from wounds, as well as news of other family and friends.

Typescripts also include brief biographies of Carpenter and Burns. Letter, 24 November Letter, 24 November , from William J. Burnside, sergeant in Company E and F of the New York 81st Infantry, near Fort Burnham, Virginia, to his friends in New York State concerning his military duties over the past month, the weather, and camp housing and rations.

Letter, 5 June Letter, 5 June , from Armistead and Charles Sturdivant Burwell of Company E, 14th Virginia Infantry, to their brother Thomas Guy Burwell requesting that he send them a prayer book, Bible, tobacco, fish hooks, gloves, pens, paper, and rags to rub their muskets with, among other items.

The letter, written by Charles, notes that they are camped ten miles from the nearest store. Letter, 2 June Letter, 2 June , from Charles S. Burwell , 14th Virginia Infantry, at Jamestown Island, to his brother Thomas Guy Burwell describing the poor quality of rations and the lack thereof, as well as the layout of the island, its fortifications, and the number of men stationed there.

He also discusses a recent false alarm of the enemy approaching up the James River, and also his concern about the possible outbreak of disease on the island. There are three volumes documenting his activities as a student, teacher, and principal at Dinwiddie High School. They contain newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, greeting cards, and other ephemera. There is a great deal of information concerning Randolph-Macon College and Dinwiddie High School sports and academics, including photographs of students, faculty, classes, and teams.

Many of the clippings are summaries and scores of sports events. There are also photographs of historic sites around Virginia and the nation, and also information concerning the activities of the Dinwiddie County Civil War Centennial Committee. Photostats positive Confederate service record of William Frank Butterworth of Dinwiddie County, Virginia, and Scotland Neck, North Carolina, consisting of his war record listing his command, Company F, 13th Virginia Cavalry, and the battles in which he fought; a record of his status as prisoner of war and his taking the oath of allegiance; and a biographical sketch.

Letter, 17 May Letter, 17 May , from A. Byars lists the killed, wounded, and missing from his company. List and report, 4 September List and report, 4 September , sent to Captain John S. Letter, 16 June Letter, 16 June , from James M. Letter, 26 April Cabaniss discusses the military situation around Suffolk, and the possibility of attacks by both Confederate and Union troops. Letter, 12 July Cabell family genealogical notes contains information on Cabell family, mostly of Nelson County, Virginia, during the Civil War.

Includes copies of drawings, maps, pardons, photographs, and transcripts of diaries, letters, and memoirs. Also includes a list of Cabell family members who served in the Civil War. Letter, 5 February , from P. London of Richmond, Virginia, discussing his farms Edgewood, Laneville, and Liberty Hall, all in Nelson County and their agricultural output, and adding that he is trying to repair buildings at Edgewood so it can be rented to London.

Cabell also discusses clover seed, his intentions to buy a boat, and agricultural matters. Photostats negative and positive. Other letters concern efforts to get Caldwell to join the 28th Virginia Infantry Regiment. Letter, 21 July Letter, 21 July , from William Cameron of the Orange Light Artillery in Henrico County, Virginia, to his daughters in Orange County, North Carolina, informing them that he is on court-martial duties, that he has met the mayor of Richmond, and how camp life is.

He also offers his opinion on the current campaign between the Confederate and Union armies, stating that he believes Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson to be superior generals to their Union counterparts. There is a typescript of the letter included. Correspondence, , of the Campbell family of Delaware County, Indiana. Many of the letters were written to sisters Mary b. A handful of letters from soldiers show that the sisters also acted as pen pals for other members of the regiment.

Pass, 25 July Pass, 25 July , written by J. Griswold, granting permission to Charles Campbell to visit Petersburg, Virginia. Letter, 19 January Accession Campbell, George Washington Collection, Photostats negative Collection of papers of George Washington Campbell and his sons-in-law David Hubbard ca.

David Hubbard papers, , discuss national political issues and legislation, Nicholas Biddle and the Bank of the United States, the election of Polk as President, as well as issues concerning various national political conventions and party politics in general.

There is also a map of the battleground of Manassas Richard Stoddert Ewell papers, , discuss Confederate troop strength and movements, the military service of slaves in the Confederacy, and reminiscences of officers and battles by various individuals.

Petition, 13 March Petition, 13 March , from Lewis E. Reverse side contains a note signed by T. Campbell was declared exempt. Letter, 5 October Letter, 5 October , from Willie Campbell of the 5th Alabama Infantry to his cousin sending news of the regimental casualties from the battle of Antietam.

Also relates his travel from Richmond, Virginia, to his camp and how war has affected the citizens and the countryside he has travelled through. Includes a typescript copy.

Papers, , of the Canfield family of Ohio consisting of letters sent to family members from Dennis Canfield and his sons Clark Canfield and Fernando Sly ca.

Correspondence principally sent from Winchester, Virginia, and Camp Parole in Annapolis, Maryland, but also from other camps in western Virginia. Concerns military life, duties of musicians in the army, and family matters. Includes both the originals and transcript copies of the letters.

Also includes genealogical notes for the Canfield family. Letter, 10 December Letter, 10 December , from Lieutenant Douglas Cornelius Cannon of the Confederate States Signal Corps stationed at City Point, Virginia, to Captain James Fisher Milligan inquiring whether providing certain information on Union gunboat movements would violate the neutrality agreement.

Letter contains a response by General Samuel Gibbs French stating that there are no restrictions on providing the information.

Letter, 27 November Letter, December , from Phydila P. Letter of recommendation, 10 April Letter of recommendation, 10 April , written by Major David B. Lee recommending 1st Lieutenant James H. Letter, 24 November , from John Snyder Carlile , Clarksburg, West Virginia, commenting on the Gettysburg Address, his negative views of the Northern people, and why he believes they are fighting. Biography, , of William H.

Biography also briefly covers his life before and after the war, including his move to Morgan County, Indiana. Biography was written by Donald J. Letter, 9 May Letter, 9 May , from Cornelius H. He also describes combat involving Union troops and gunboats against Confederate troops on the south side of the James River. Entries in this diary are mainly brief, general ones, such as camp life, health, and weather; however, those for April, , are fairly detailed, containing details of the burning of Richmond, looting, and the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia.

Letters consist of personal matters and news of events in Danville and of family and friends. Also includes a certificate to S.

Tinsley for his purchase of Confederate bonds, and a letter, 24 July , from Loring W. Letter, 19 June Topics covered include his health, troop movements, and a skirmish near the Rappahannock River. Smyth County muster roll book, Accession , Miscellaneous reel. Also includes a scrapbook containing articles on Smyth County history. Letter, 25 January Letter, 25 January , from Herbert E. He adds that the division of General William Franklin suffered greatly in the march and that its artillery is still stuck in the mud.

Letter, 6 February The letter was forwarded to their father John Carr b. Letter, 28 June George Ambler , Amherst County, Virginia, concerning the urgent need for corn by the Confederate government. Carrington asks Ambler to notify the farmers of Amherst to deliver every peck possible to various depots and route the supplies to Richmond. Letter, 25 May Letter, 25 May , from John W.

Carroll, Lynchburg, Virginia, to George C. Carroll forwards a letter from James to his father not included. Letters, 27 April Letters, 27 April , from Lieutenant J. Conrad as captain, then informing Ware that Conrad has command of an active company in the 3rd Regiment.

Papers, , of the Carter family of Nottoway County, Virginia, and Mississippi, containing the papers, lectures, observations, and correspondence, , of William R. Carter before, during, and after attending Hampden-Sydney College and during the Civil War. Collection contains his correspondence, discussing family news, advice on love and deportment, his religious conversion, move to Mississippi, newspaper business, and a deed for land in Mississippi.

His wartime letters, , contain a photocopy of his Confederate service record, appointment papers, general orders, and letters to and from his family concerning troop movements in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia; deaths; financial matters at home; conditions while a prisoner of war; the political climate; and his health.

The diary in the possession of the Library of Virginia is incomplete, covering only the period from 27 July through 30 April A complete version of this dairy, covering the period from 27 May to 7 June , is available on miscellaneous microfilm reel 2.

Reminiscences, 20 June According to people on Twitter who attended last night's concert, Shania pretty much used a pre-recorded "live" backing track.

If so, this is understandable because of Shania's permanent vocal cord condition Dysphonia after contracting Lyme disease from a tick bite during her "Up! Click HERE for some pictures from last night and keep checking my videos page for new videos. ShaniaNOW Tour starts tonight! By the end of this eight month road trip, Shania will have performed in front of sold-out crowds on four continents! Who's ready to Rock This Country?!?!

So by the time Bastian Baker opening act plays his gig and they reconfigure the stage for Shania's show, Shania won't hit the stage until 8: So excited for you to see the show!

The 7 songs Shania previously announced in separate interviews are: Here's a sneak peek at the setlist Country albums chart and No. It's also the best-selling country music album of all time and the best selling album by a Canadian. Twain's album was listed as no. Her third studio album includes hits like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman! At this point, the country-music singer was a worldwide sensation, and this album made her the only female artist to ever have three back-to-back diamond albums.

It sold a staggering , copies in its first week of release. Good morning NYC, I'm gonna getcha good! Watch our performance here: The kind of diversity that inspired all of us. I can't believe Stagecoach was already a year ago We can't wait to party on the plaza with shaniatwain on Monday! Shania will be interviewed and sing 3 songs "Live" during the 8: See some of you there!

I can't wait to get the show on the road! HERE it is all in one picture. Click HERE for a rehearsal picture. It looks like Shania is rehearsing "Up! Thinking of you Toronto. Along with hosting the awards, Shania will receive the Generation Award.

I would like to apologise to anybody I have offended in a recent interview with the Guardian relating to the American President. The question caught me off guard. As a Canadian, I regret answering this unexpected question without giving my response more context. I am passionately against discrimination of any kind and hope it's clear from the choices I have made, and the people I stand with, that I do not hold any common moral beliefs with the current President.

I was trying to explain, in response to a question about the election, that my limited understanding was that the President talked to a portion of America like an accessible person they could relate to, as he was NOT a politician. My answer was awkward, but certainly should not be taken as representative of my values nor does it mean I endorse him.

I make music to bring people together. My path will always be one of inclusivity, as my history shows. How Shania's Trump apology only made things worse. Bringing the classics back on the stage again is just as much of a thrill for me as performing the new songs.

See you all very very soon! Shania released her debut album Shania Twain 25 years ago today on April 20, As they say, the rest is history. Shania is still the one. What a ride it's been! Time flies when you're having fun! The base occupies approximately 41 square kilometres 10, acres at the southern tip of Vancouver Island on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, in the municipality of Esquimalt, British Columbia, adjacent to the western limit of the provincial capital, Victoria. I feel like a sailor!

ShaniaTwain, we have your RCNavy jacket waiting for you! Canadian music star Shania Twain arrives at CFB Esquimalt to shoot promotional footage, and possible segments of a music video.

But is it an actual music video to release "Soldier" as a single? Or is it a video to use in her concert? Let's get weird on June 7th. Unless Shania changed her mind. Shania will probably be interviewed and sing 3 songs "Live" during the 8: I don't think it will happen but we'll see. Meanwhile Shania's drummer, Elijah Wood, has come out as a transgender female on Twitter.

Good times at Coachella last night! This is the return of the space cowboy! Such a fun weekend at coachella! Now back to tour rehearsals! News" aritcle and watch the interview with Shania. My thoughts are with the players and families of the Humboldt Broncos. Shania will be doing a U. I don't expect any more than 5.

The 4 new songs already previously confirmed by Shania are: Click HERE for a recap of all the interviews. See you down the road! He will play a minute set beginning at 7: After an intermission, Shania will hit the stage around 8: In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Shania Twain. They discuss Ru's new star, DNA testing services, video games, Shania's new album 'Now', Switzerland, her recovery, and her workout regimen. Click HERE to listen! It was taped on April 6. As with the other recent interviews, it was taped on April 6.

Good morning Pro Tools! Shania posted a partial setlist last month: You have to listen VERY carefully to understand what Shania is saying because the German translator is speaking over her. Click HERE and skip to the 4-minute mark to watch the interview. One of the songs that took the longest to write on ShaniaNOW was 'I'm Alright', which is actually a perfect example of coming out of the darkness, overcoming negativity, self-defeat, and self-doubt.

It progressed and took on different meanings over time. It's probably, overall, my favorite song on the album and I can't wait to perform it live. Country music singer Shania Twain and actress Carrie Preston guest judge. The dancers are left to right: We chat to ShaniaTwain about donning one of her classic outfits, how she has changed as a person and a potential opening act for her Aussie tour! Tune in to ITV from 6. Shania's interview will probably be posted on the "Good Morning Britain" website afterwards.

I just watched the interview live online. It seemed very uncomfortable and strained. Either Shania was tired or just didn't really want to be there. She talked about the usual stuff. The tour and performing her new music, writing the new album on her own, Lyme disease, etc. Click HERE to watch a short clip. Click HERE to watch the full interview! Due to demand, I've added extra shows in Sydney and Auckland this December!

Tickets go on sale April According to the poster , it looks like Shania also added an extra concert in Perth on November However it is not listed on Shania's website like the other two new dates are. Shania is on the cover of the April 30 issue of First for Women magazine cover pic is from Official Fan Club photo shoot. Click HERE to view the cover and read the cover story. It was a good interview. The first half was basically a recap of Shania's life growing up and music career. The second half was more personal.

She wanted to hold her down on the ground and shave her hair off. Shania also talked about getting older and Eja. And how she likes to walk nude on the beach. Something she would never do before. At the end Shania said she wants to write songs for other artists, make more albums of her own, write more books, act more, and share her cooking skills.

Click HERE to watch the entire minute interview! I guess August 18 at the Barretos Festival in Brazil isn't officially part of the tour. It will probably be a shortened concert. See you soon LA! According to Allison on Instagram , she will be singing backup vocals again as well. From Cory Churko on Facebook: So happy to be gigging with this legendary Shania alumni member again. In the past, I've always been very serious and focused on my voice and preserving my health whilst on tour, I'm still going to do that on the NOW Tour, but I'm going to not be so serious and have more fun.

I can't wait to get out on the road again! Can't wait to be back in one of my favorite cities! See you at the barclayscenter on July 14th! She's not a fan of the fact that I'm leaving for tour. Album of the Year nominees: Gord Downie won Artist of the Year. He died last October from brain cancer.

There's nothing better than chilling out and watching a movie so I'm super excited for Trading Paint and I'm just really thankful to John Travolta for having me involved! The movie is scheduled to be released June 1, Just like Shania's Up! Can't wait to be back Las Vegas August 4th!

The Canadian country star opened up about the fear of writing a new album, battling Lyme disease and vocal problems, and how optimism has been the key to her survival.

The radio show re-aired the interview yesterday and posted a video of Shania being interviewed. My Australian fans have always shown me such love and I can't wait to perform for you guys Head to my Instagram to see how to enter: That's not very many considering , copies were sold the first week the album was released September I'm counting down the days See you May 3rd TacomaDome!

An airdate for Shania's episode has not been announced. Chilly in Philly yesterday! That residency changed my life, my time there gave me more than anyone will ever know. The Academy of Country Music Award nominations were revealed this morning, and although some of the big nominees include female powerhouses like Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris, not a single woman was able to score a nod for Entertainer of the Year.

And they completely left out Shania Twain, who made a big comeback last year. Social media took notice and weren't thrilled about the results in the male-dominated category.

Shania Twain sweetie, the real entertainer of the year, I'm so sorry," one user said. This signed custom guitar and more is available to buy on IfOnly now! Proceeds will benefit my charity shaniakidscan. An official announcement will be made on Monday. Speculation is Shania will perform at the festival on August Tickets for the festival can be purchased HERE. Tickets are on sale now: Dia 18 de agosto. It's all getting very excitingggggg!! After re-entering the Billboard Canadian Albums chart last week at No.

Album-wise and single-wise, NOW is completely off the U. Meanwhile, NOW falls 7 spots to No. Shania's Greatest Hits falls 11 spots to No. What an amazing show DianaRoss put on! From this moment to this moment The first picture is from Shania's "Winter Break" special in Miami. I absolutely adore this woman right here. This right here is the definition or a strong woman!

Still making music for the masses and touring and loving every minute of it. Thanks ShaniaTwain for coming to see us last night. When ShaniaTwain fangirls just like the rest of us! Added a couple Behind-The-Scenes videos. Roses are red, Let's me make it clear Magazine and watch a preview clip with Shania and Mutt.

Meanwhile, Shania's Greatest Hits re-enters the chart at No. And there are too many songs from NOW on the list. Most people who go to concerts mainly want to hear the hits. We'll see I guess. Where do you think you're going? According to the show's webpage , Shania's interview will air Tuesday, April 3 at 9: Want to meet me on tour? Proceeds will benefit my charity shaniakidscan! Get yours from the link in my Stories and I'll see you soon!

For the complete list of nominees, visit junoawards. Hi guys, how are you all? More Fun is what we need! Exciting tour news coming Shania will probably also be announcing the Brazil concert and maybe a stop in New Zealand. Tickets go on-sale February 9.

It's been too long. Mental health is important all year round and as today is BellLetsTalk Day, let's take this opportunity to help end the stigma surrounding mental illness and support mental health initiatives. NOW falls 66 spots to No. As reported a few weeks ago, Shania's story will be a featured on the new series "The Price Of Fame".

Check out Ashla's Instagram account for some behind-the-scenes video clips. It's the very last day to enter to sit VIP for my show and sing a duet with me on stage and it all supports shaniakidscan. Seconds before this photo was taken I told Jett he couldn't come on tour with me BUT you guys can!

You can't buy love, but you can make it! It doesn't look like she will actually be in a lip syncing competition. Other guest celebrities be lip syncing Shania's songs. Click HERE to watch the trailer! Season 4 premieres Thursday, January 25 at Remember, every donation benefits shaniakidscan omaze.

After re-entering the Billboard last week at No. Fireworks emoticon - PIC. I can't get any work done around here. I've made the journey back Home Now https: Director's Cut serves up a robust, behind-the-scenes look inside the production of The Launch, inviting viewers inside the audition process of the five aspiring artists featured in each weekly episode of the inaugural season of The Launch.

Director's Cut offers a deeper look at the experience of the five artists featured weekly as they take a shot at becoming one of the two artists shortlisted to record the new original song and perform it on stage in front of a live audience. NOW climbs 77 spots to No. When your idols become rivals. Shania won based on the audience's applause but Method Man the host declared Shania and Meghan co-winners of the battle.

They both received a Drop The Mic trophy. Brittany Thompson sits down with the Queen of country pop to talk about her massive career, the struggles of losing her voice, and her successful comeback after 15 years of being out of the spotlight. Click HERE to watch the interview. I love the energy this song gives me when I listen to it. What sets amateur rap battlers apart from the pros? Standing their ground in the face of their idol.

Shania taped the episode on October Each week, four stars from the worlds of entertainment, music, sports and pop culture will face off in a rap battle royale packed with "I can't believe they just said that" moments.

At the end of each head-to-head battle, the studio audience picks the winner. Shania's new album NOW falls 39 spots to No. It's and that means I can say I'm going on tour this year!! I can't wait for us to sing my songs together! Today January 1st, Shania and Frederic celebrate their 7th wedding anniversary! Wishing you many more years of love and happiness together. Happy new year from Gstaad Switzerland! All in all it's been a good year. I hope you guys are having a wonderful holiday season.

I've loved being back with you all! We're teaming up with Canada's own ShaniaTwain to give five artists the chance of a lifetime! NOW falls 28 spots to No. Only 2 weeks until TheLaunch! Merry Christmas everyone from a very happy Melody!! Last one down the mountain has to cook Christmas Eve dinner! Guess who's cooking Christmas Eve dinner The show won't be airing in the U. Billboard has released their Year-End charts which are based on airplay, sales, streaming, etc.

Shania ended up on quite a few charts. Shania's new album NOW climbs 18 spots to No. NOW climbs 3 spots to No. Lovely to meet Zedd during my travels home for the holidays! The song rises seven places to From The Sun UK: I'm on the new episode of ChelseaHandler's Dinner Party. Airs 12pm PST tomorrow on Netflix!

As posted on August Had another dinner party at my housey for my showy with these fine musicians. One of these people came with weed and one of these people walked into my glass door after smoking that weed. New episodes of "Chelsea" are available every Friday afternoon. Ending On A High Note": Shania's new album NOW falls 14 spots to No. NOW falls 3 spots to No. Shania was recently featured in the "Home Street" mobile game.

Players were given the opportunity to submit questions for Shania. Click HERE for another video and more pictures! Hosted by fashion influencer Mallory Ervin "The Amazing Race" , "How to Wear" takes viewers on a fun, playful, and accessible fashion journey, teaching fans how to recreate the looks and trends of favorite country lifestyle celebrities from the glamorous red carpet to the sold-out concert stage to everyday popular street style.

Each of the series' episode order will focus on how to emulate a different celebrity's unique style, including Reese Witherspoon, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Shania Twain, Kelsea Ballerini, and more. It has been such a fantastic year and as the holiday season is approaching, I want to give you guys some special gifts as a thank you for all your support Day two of my 12DaysOfShania!

Who wants to win this signed vinyl bundle?! Head over to my 12DaysOfShania page for a chance to receive a special Christmas card from yours truly! I signed a couple of vinyl as part of 12DaysOfShania. I've got an exclusive Still The One sweatshirt to giveaway.

For a chance to win, head to https: Today's 12DaysOfShania giveaway is an exclusive wrapping paper design! Two signed Come On Over vinyls up for grabs today! There are so many things I love about the holiday season, these are a few of my favourite things I'm sure you guys know by now how much I love Christmas music, especially GlenCampbell.

To get you in the festive spirit, I've created a Spotify playlist of my favorite holiday songs. Day 10 of my 12DaysOfShania, I want to give one of you an exclusive merch bundle. For a chance to win, make sure you enter here: It's the 12th and final day of my 12DaysOfShania and today is a special video message.

I'm teaming up with Omaze to give you the chance to join me on stage for a duet! Every donation supports ShaniaKidsCan. Shania's new album NOW climbs 8 spots to No. NOW climbs 22 spots to No. The GreyCup Halftime show was my last performance of and what a way to end such an amazing year. See Shania Twain's 'Man! Still The One Las Vegas show which opened five years ago today. It's December, so as far as I'm concerned it's Christmas! Click HERE to read the cover story. The Canadian country star opens up about the fear of writing a new album, battling Lyme disease and vocal problems, and how optimism has been the key to her survival.

Click HERE to listen to the interview. Click HERE to watch the 2-part interview. Canada's Walk of Fame" - December 3. Shania, along with several other past inductees, will be featured in a special documentary called "Beyond Famous: Canada's Walk of Fame" airing on December 3 at 8: Shania was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in Click HERE to watch a promo for the show.

Still no word if it will be airing in the U. And you rocked that leopard print girls! Make sure to keep voting for them every week guys! After debuting last week at No. Shania's new album NOW falls 1 spot to No. NOW falls 25 spots to No. Tickets will go on sale to the general public Friday, December 1st at For more presale details and ticket information, visit www. She made her grand entrance on a dog sled and then performed 3 songs: The Toronto Argonauts defeated the Calgary Stampeders Thank you for having me and congratulations TorontoArgos!

Can't wait to see mentor ShaniaTwain on TheLaunch! According to a press release , it sounds like Shania will only appear on the first episode of "The Launch" on January During an interview on The third song must be "Man! Coverage begins at 6: The football game starts at 6: The first part of the interview didn't say anything we don't already know. They briefly mentioned the Grey Cup and how cold it's probably going to be. The other parts will be about Christmas and the duet with Nick Jonas and they will air throughout next week.

Click HERE to watch a clip from this morning. I hope everyone is having a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thank you for the football CFL greycupfestival. I'm SO excited to perform on Sunday! We're going to have fun this Sunday, Canada! I can't wait for Sunday!!

Not gettin' more Canadian than this! Apparently Shania is back in the studio, possibly doing some recording for her next album or some other project.

Her social media manager, Robyn Skelton, has been posting photos on Instagram Stories which disappear after 24 hours at Tileyard Studios in London the last two days and has tagged Shania in each. Robyn posted an Instagram picture of herself at the studio today wearing Shania's leopard-print jacket.

The album falls 15 spots to No. NOW climbs 13 spots to No. NOW falls 21 spots to No. NOW falls 11 spots to No. As reported in August, Shania will be performing at this year's Grey Cup halftime show. It will be the Calgary Stampeders vs. The football game starts around 6: Shania will most likely sing 4 songs. On this day in , Shania released her fourth studio album Up! Three versions of the album were released: The album has actually only sold 5. I really love the ShaniaNOW era photos, feel very fortunate to have worked with some amazing photographers.

This one's by Giampaolo Sgura. Exclusive ShaniaTwain story http: Throwback to Swingin' on LateLateShow! The show will re-air tomorrow night, Friday, November 17 at Thanks for the addition guys. Help me put on a concert in Home Street for a chance to win an exclusive reward! Download the game for free on Apple or Android. Shania's new album NOW falls 26 spots to No.

The album falls 10 spots to No. NOW also falls 4 spots to No. NOW falls 6 spots to No. After five weeks, the album falls off Switzerland's Top chart No. I love her more than most people. I got lost in this song a lot while I was writing it. Listen to ShaniaNOW at shaniatwain. The most wonderful time of the year It will be available on iTunes, Spotify, etc at midnight tonight. The single is now available on YouTube.

The team features The Monsters: One song could change everything. Shania's new album NOW falls 52 spots to No. The album falls 7 spots to No. NOW also falls 10 spots to No. NOW falls 7 spots to No. NOW falls 1 spot to No. NOW falls 13 spots to No.

We Got Something They Don't https: Hey guys, I have my very own character in Home Street! Download Home Street for free and meet me there. The film is being directed by Karzan Kader and is expected to release in Today marks Shania's iconic album, Come On Over , 20th anniversary. Come On Over is the best-selling country album and the best-selling album by a female artist in any genre in Nielsen music history with 40 million copies sold worldwide 20 million in U.

It is currently the sixth best-selling album in the United States. Come On Over debuted at No. It stayed in the Top Ten for weeks. Eleven of the album's sixteen songs hit the Top 30 on the Hot Country Songs chart eight of which were in the Top 10, including three No. Happy 20th Birthday Come On Over!!!

I can't even believe it's been 20 years!! Tag the person you'd invite to come on over for a Shania listening party, for the chance to win this signed Come On Over NOW vinyl bundle! Let's call up some great power singer and get her to record it.

It's been 20 years since the album "Come on Over" was released, and ShaniaTwain is definitely still the one. Listen to Shania on Pandora. I've put together a Spotify playlist of some of my favorite hits from , the same time I released 'Come On Over'.

Such a great year for music! Shania's new album NOW falls 8 spots to No. The album falls 1 spot to No. NOW also falls 2 spots to No. NOW falls 18 spots to No. NOW falls 7 spot to No. Megyn Kelly was dressed up for Halloween as Shania in her "Man! Click HERE to watch the interview! This Saturday is the 20th anniversary of my album 'Come On Over', pretty amazing considering I'm only 30! But seriously, I'm so grateful for the support you've shown me all these years and I wanna celebrate that this week.

Shania was a guest on the "Sunrise" TV morning show in Australia today. When you see Shania Twain, tell her you're a fan and she says "we should probably take a selfie! From derekfrankbass band member: Unfortunately, we won't be performing at the CMAs this year. Sorry for the false alarm Something definitely isn't right over in Shania's camp.

This is her comeback and first album in 15 years and she's not performing at the CMAs??? Shania and her team most likely backed out due to the fact she doesn't have a current hit single she can sing. It might also have something to do with Shania still doesn't really feel comfortable singing live without any backing vocals. Derek Frank has deleted his tweet.

Probably because he shouldn't have said anything at all. I'm sure people were bugging him about it and asking why she isn't performing. Caught with two legends. Home Now is all about that inevitable journey we all go through. Listen to my new album NOW here: Shania's new album NOW falls 33 spots to No. The album falls 6 spots to No. NOW falls 4 spots to No. NOW falls 31 spots to No. Thank you to DancingABC for having me on the show!

The movie opens in theaters October Been enjoying a few days relaxation since the release of ShaniaNOW, listening to my current faves. Shania NOW" - October The entire special has been posted.

Click HERE and scroll to bottom to watch! The episode will air next season on Paramount TV. She was confirmed to attend, then taken off the list, and now she is set as a maybe.

I MUST have dreamed this. I had the honor of playing my idol, shaniatwain in an upcoming docudrama on the reelzchannel. Nana took me to my first concert at 8 years old to see Shania in birmingham. I used to pretend I was her and always went as her for halloween hahaha. To grow up and actually portray her as an actress is a true dreamcometrue - a role I've been unknowingly preparing for since I was 8 years old.

It will air in February on ReelzChannel. You can listen to the interview live HERE! As I posted last week: Country radio stations as the next single from Shania's new album NOW. I wrote Soldier over a matter of weeks. After debuting at No. The album falls 2 spots to No. Shania Twain is the top-selling female country artist of all time. And after more than 30 years, Twain's career is not slowing down: She told Denis Walter her new album is a personal journey.

Twain said she currently planning an Australian tour. Click HERE to listen to the full interview! Shania will also perform "Soldier" from her new album on the show. According to Billboard , after debuting at No.

Billboard albums chart released tomorrow. NOW falls 10 spots to No. NOW falls 2 spots to No. The album is No. The fighter song on ShaniaNOW. Swingin' With My Eyes Closed! The 10 best songs of mine you've never heard, but I'm sure you've heard them all, right? What Is She Now? It covers the latest in pop music criticism, trends and news.

Twain's legacy and new work on this week's Popcast, Mr. Caramanica spoke with Jewly Hight, a Nashville-based journalist, critic and regular country music chronicler.

There was a very special surprise guest at the NOW pre-release listening party in L. Heartfelt thanks to to everyone who supported the Pledge campaign for Shania Kids Can. Listen to my Side by Side at amazon. This DOES impress me much!! Hey guys, please help shaniakidscan receive key funding for a new clubhouse by voting at www.

Hey guys, All In All is my favorite today. Shania With Kix Brooks - Watch! Shania talks about her residency at Caesars Palace. Plus, Shania goes in-depth about her songwriting process and why her music has such a broad appeal.

In part 2 of the interiew, Shania details her passion for cooking. Plus, Shania and Kix continue their conversation about songwriting. I'm Alright is another celebratory song from NOW. Shania's new album NOW debuts at No. NOW has come in at 1 in the US. I'm feeling really happy and supported, thank you. Tickets on sale this Friday, Germany shows on sale Friday 27th!

Billboard Albums chart and Top Country Albums chart. Official numbers will be released on Billboard. Click HERE to read the Tonight it's an etalk exclusive with shaniatwain! Click HERE to watch the segment that aired last night. May not play in all countries. Apparently industry executives were in attendance. The official numbers will be released on Billboard.

I had a lot of fun performing on latelateshow, thanks for having me JKCorden. My new album ShaniaNOW is out now! Swingin' With My Eyes Closed is about being a fighter despite what life throws at you. Watch the video on Vevo. Another PIC from thebrandonmohan. Pictured with Scott Brochetta executive producer of the show. ShaniaNOW is already platinum in Canada! I am over the moon!

Thank you for all your support, I'm really feeling the home country love. Light Of My Life is my go to "just listen" song on the album. No matter what mood I'm in. I'm on the latelateshow with JKCorden tonight! However, Shania's comeback album Now is currently just over 1, combined sales behind and could still steal this week's top spot.

The record is her first in 15 years, since 's Number 4-peaking Up! Heartbroken over the news of Vegas. My thoughts with all the innocent victims and their families x referring to the deadly mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival So sad to hear of the passing of Tom Petty. Such an incredible, inspiring artist. I'll treasure fond memories of our time spent together this past summer. Stevie Nicks also performed. Lovely seeing this inspirational woman perform in London yesterday!

All In All is my favourite written song on the album. Shania Twain is coming out with her first record in 15 years. Shania is part of this week's "Dinner Party Download" podcast episode. Click HERE to listen to the one-hour press conference. From Hits Daily Double: Based on very early reads, it looks like Shania Twain's Now Mercury Nashville is headed for a 1 debut. This is Twain's first studio album in 15 years. Check back here tomorrow for updates.

Shania Twain on how she tackled her comeback Check local listings for time and channel in your area. It's NOW release day! Listen to NOW at https: I am unbelievably excited to announce, my new album ShaniaNOW is out now! Be sure to tune in! Submit your questions in the comments below. NOW is Shania's first new studio album in 15 years and she wants to celebrate with you! I kiss you once. Her performance will air October 3. During the session Shania said she will be doing a Facebook Live chat on Friday at She stated she'll be revealing a surprise!

News article and watch a 3-part interview with Shania. I can't wait for Fridayyyy!

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