Civil War Subversion Investigations

Records: 62,819 · Complete: 100%

Case files were acquired during the war by Associate Judge Advocate Major Levi C. Turner and, after early 1862, by the War Department under Lafayette C. Baker. The Turner files mostly relate to the arrest, parole, and release of suspects, while the Baker files include reports submitted by private individuals and government officials relating to suspicious persons and alleged subversive activity. A case file may contain one to several hundred documents.

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Publication Title
Civil War Subversion Investigations
Total Records
Records: 62,819 · Complete: 100%
Content Source
The National Archives logoThe National Archives
Publication Number:
M797
Record Group:
94
Published on Fold3
April 13, 2010
Last Updated
May 21, 2010
Description
NARA M797. Case files of the "Turner-Baker papers," relating to investigations of subversive activities in the Civil War.