University of West Florida, Special Collections Dept.
Microfilm of the Archives nationales de France fonds des colonies serie C13A, v. 1-53, covering French occupation of North America, 1694-1819. Filmed as a part of the Louisiana Colonial Records Project in 1980, the C13A series covers reports, letters, maps, and other materials on the French settlement and colonization of Louisiana, West Florida, Pensacola, upper Mississippi River Valley, Illinois Terrtory, Canada, and other areas of North America. Includes considerable data on settlements, Indians, transportation, forts, shipwrecks, battles and war, Jesuit activity, and troop movements; together with select folios of records from the archives of Santo Domingo (ADC 1 and 2), maps of Fort CondeĢ and Fort Charlotte (Mobile), excerpts from Mobile newspapers (1821-1824), and photographs of manuscripts which include letters on William Augustus Bowles, Alexander McGillivray, Creek Indian activities at Pensacola, and John Forbes. Also includes photocopies of the papers (1820-1823) of Abraham ... Read More
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Connett family correspondence relating to business matters, financial transactions, politics, local events, travel, and family matters including many written to Squire S. Connett, a resident of Missouri, by family and business associates in Texas. Places represented include Austin, Bastrop, Galveston, Harris County, and Webbervile, Tex., New Orleans, La., and St. Louis, Mo. Other correspondents include William C. Connett, Elzerie Wildbahn, and N.S. Rector. Other persons and entities represented include Perilla L. Connett, Elbridge Perry, and Hancock and West
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Research Library
Log, kept by Stafford Brownell, relating to merchant voyage from New York to New Orleans, La., and return with stops at the ports of Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and New Bedford -- Includes description of cargo (molasses, sugar, coal), types of whales seen (blackfish and humpback), accidents at sea, and shipboard medicine
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Research Library
Log, kept by Stafford Brownell, relating to merchant voyage from New Orleans, La., to New York, N.Y. -- Includes description of shipboard medicine
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Interview of LTJG Loraleigh Whiteside, USCG, containing detailed descriptions of her activities relating to Hurricane Katrina rescue operations including: before Katrina made landfall, assessed team's capabilities in the event they were called to assist in the New Orleans, La. (NOLA), area; as a logistics and operations officer she coordinated her team's movement to the NOLA area, and helped set up a forward supply element at Baton Rouge, La.; maintained communications via cell phone with her primary points of contact, BMC Ty J. Farrell, USCG, and Eighth District Operations Center in Alexandria., La.; developed an ad hoc logistical system to enable teams to receive boarding, security, and additional equipment
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence; together with account book concerning mercantile operations in New Orleans and Richmond, accounts concerning business, lawsuits, and house repairs in Richmond, bonds, and bills of lading
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Letters (1836-1842) of Marshall S. Wines (d. 1842), miller, canal contractor, judge, and state legislator, of Fort Wayne, Ind., from Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, regarding his work on Wabash and Erie Canal in Indiana and Ohio, and family matters; letters (1842-1851) to his wife, Elizabeth Wines, from family members in Fountain and Lawrence counties, Ind., and Washington, D.C.; and letters (1861-1866) to their son, Marshall W. Wines, from Indiana politicians regarding Fort Wayne politics and his career, and documents relating to his Civil War service as an officer with 152nd Indiana Infantry Regiment; together with family letters (1857-1859) of Jacob F. Hoffman, merchant, of Attica, Ind., including letters from a trip to New Orleans, La.; and other papers. Correspondents include Charles Case, James A. Cravens, Andrew Jackson Hamilton, Thomas A. Hendricks, William Steele Holman, James Whitcomb Riley, and Franklin D. Roosevelt
Historical Society of Princeton
Correspondence about Paul Tulane including his Princeton background, relatives, and New Orleans and Tulane University connections; together with notes and photocopies of an engraved portrait of Tulane
New Jersey Historical Society
Letters (16 items, transcribed with historical notes, 1812-1818), written by Capt. John M. Scott, 15th Infantry, Army of the North (known as New Jersey Regiment), to his friend, David Thompson, Jr., of Morristown, N.J., describing actions against the British in northern New York and Canada, death of Gen. Zebulon Pike, and social life and customs in New Orleans, La.; military record book (1 v., 1812), kept by Cornelius Vanderhoof, soldier in Scott's company, relating to pay, enlistment, and clothing allotment; regimental orders (1 v., 1812) of Morris County Brigade, New Jersey Militia, at camp near Jersey City, N.J.; and memorandum book (1 v., ca. 1812) of William Thomas, listing 64 American privateers and their captures
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
English translation of the original Spanish constitution and bylaws of the hospital, report (1811) on the conditions there during the territorial period, and records of deaths (1835-1838, 1839-1844, and 1847-1850)


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