Examination of Darius Gittings

Title: Examination of Darius Gittings
Alternate title: Oath of Loyalty
Description: This is Darius Gittings's Oath of Loyalty to the United States. Gittings describes himself as a 50-year-old resident of Clay County, Missouri who was born in Maryland. He states that he demonstrated his loyalty to the United States during the Civil War by remaining "here with the citizens of the town all the time." He says that he "felt sorry for the defeat of the govt." when he heard that Gen. Price had captured Gen. Milligan's army at Lexington, Missouri. The oath, labeled No. 80 in a bound volume, was signed by Gittings in 1866.
Date original: 1866
Person: Sterling Price
Document Type: government_document
Publication Statement: William Jewell Special Collections, Missouri Collection, E2: Volume 1.
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