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A general map of Tennessee drawn by James Daniel Lee. Shows "a list of trails: explorers, Indian, and military," various Indian population reports, and historical information. Inset map of Watauga Settlement, 1769. Much of the information regarding Native American tribes is incorrect, specifically the territory of each
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Consists of deeds of J.J. Whitaker and George Whitaker
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Consists of the constitution and by-laws for the Farmers' State Alliance of Tennessee, printed in 1888; and a minute book for the Minor Hill Farmers' Alliance (an affiliate of the state organization), 1887-1891
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Civic, business, and personal papers of R.E. Barclay, as well as Barclay's collection of the papers of Julius E. Raht, early resident of Ducktown, Tennessee. Barclay's papers include correspondence (general, political, and that related to Barclay's book Ducktown back in Raht's time), diaries (1925-1967), scrapbooks, and legal documents. Topics include copper mining, Barclay's writings, and Polk County business, history, politics, and schools. Included in the latter are papers relating to Barclay's participation in the Good Government League of Polk County. Some documents relate to Barclay's World War I service. In addition, ten packages hold 19th and 20th century newspapers collected by Barclay, including newspapers from Chattanooga, Knoxville, Polk County, Cleveland (Tenn.), Nashville, and a few 19th century newspapers from Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, and Ohio. The Julius Raht papers include correspondence (1858-1877), financial records (1856-1879), and letterbooks ... Read More
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Subject vertical files contain newspaper clippings, pamphlets, brochures, personal research or other miscellaneous materials concerning local history and subjects connected to Tennessee, or are otherwise considered valuable to TSLA patrons
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A man wearing a hat is lying on the ground holding a rifle, the barrel of which rests on a log. Another man stands to his left. Jesse Lasky is among the ten other men and boys who also appear in the photograph