Travel Accounting, Freedmen's Bureau

An accounting of Freedmen's Bureau-sponsored travel on the Virginia Central Railroad during the first half of 1867. Many emancipated African Americans traveled American railroads to old and new homes in the wake of the Civil War - the Freemen's Burueau paid for much of the travel.

About this Document

  • Source: Order for travel, Freedmen's Bureau
  • Citation: National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C., Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen,and Abandoned Lands, Office of the Chief Quartermaster, Transportation Accounts, RG 105, Box 15
  • Date: 1867