Thank you, but I already tried that. I'm referring to the Salt Lists kept for disbursing salt during the Civil War. Georgia and Alabama were the first to keep the lists. Often on the list were widows of men killed during the war, or women and small children. They would need salt to "cure" their meat. Without a man around to go out and kill or butcher fresh meat, they needed to cure whatever they had. Maybe Texas wasn't suffering as much for lack of salt. Most searches do like yours, finds salt mines, Salt Lake City etc.LOL
I do appreciate your effort, though. When you can't find them I don't feel so bad. I thought maybe I was doing something wrong.
I did post the same query on the Civil War Forum, maybe one of the military experts will have an answer.