PRICE, Sterling, 1809-1867


Guide to Research Collections

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Montgomery, AL
Papers: In the Confederate Officers Photograph Album, n.d., 0.33 cubic foot.
Subjects include Sterling Price.


Battle of Lexington State Historic Site
Lexington, MO
Papers: In the John Wallace Collection, 1851-1968, 15 items.
The papers contain an official report by Gen. Sterling Price of the Battle of Lexington, Missouri.


Duke University
Manuscripts, Special Collections Library
Durham, NC
Papers: 1856, 2 items.
The collection consists of two certificates of appointment for C.S. Yancey to the circuit court of Missouri signed by Sterling Price as governor.


The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
Papers: 1853, 1 item.
A letter from Sterling Price written to President Pierce on November 27, 1853. The letter is also signed by sixteen officials of the Missouri state government and members of Congress. The letter recommends W. Claude Jones as a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Nebraska Territory.


Yale University
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
New Haven, CT
Papers: 1846-1850, 1 volume.
A diary of Daniel J. Winslow, who was a member of the Second Missouri Volunteers under the command of Sterling Price.

Papers: 1846-1847, 253 pages.
A journal of Susan Shelby Magoffin. Subjects in the journal include Sterling Price.

Papers: 1846-1847, 170 pages.
The papers contain letters of the United States War Department. Subjects include Sterling Price.

Papers: 1847, 3 pages.
A deposition of Diego Esquival against Colonel Price and his troops for plundering the house of Manuel Alvarez.

Papers: 1847, 3 pages.
A deposition of James M. Giddings concerning the plundering of goods in the house of Manuel Alvarez by the forces under Colonel Price.