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Land and business documents (1819-1843) of Otis Shepardson (1791-1843), farmer, of Windham County, Vt., and Mongo (1835-1843); letters (1855-1872) from his sons, Pliny (b. 1824) and Lorenzo Dow Shepardson (1829-1906), in Oregon and Washington; Civil War letters of his son, Samuel Shepardson (b. 1839), written while serving with the 30th Indiana Infantry Regiment in Kentucky and Tennessee; letters (1867-1893) from his son, Elijah Shepardson (1820-1897), in St. Louis, Mo.; and letters (1877-1883) to his daughter, Susan (Shepardson) Freligh (1832-1900), from her children in Oregon, as well as her letters home during visits to Washington and Oregon (1896-1897)
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Stockholders' and directors' minutes
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library
Thirty legal documents relating to English property
University of Southern Mississippi,-- McCain Library and Archives
52 letters from Whitehead to Miss Irene Cowan in Eufaula, Ala., describing campaigns, camp life, and medical responsibilties with General William W. Loring's division, Army of Tennessee, in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee; and other miscellaneous papers. Many of Whitehead's letters were written from Marietta, Ga., and many contain news of Cowan's relatives, also serving in the Army of Tennessee
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Chiefly Civil War letters from Martz to his wife, Elizabeth Martz, written while serving with 83rd Indiana Infantry Regiment in North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
Navarro College
Includes document describing the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; together with a proclamation issued upon Kunkler's death, cabinet card of Kunkler's grave, and an albumen print of Kunkler presumably during the Civil War
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Civil War letters written by Kelley to his family while he was serving with the 67th and 24th Indiana Infantry regiments in Tennessee, Alabama, and Louisiana, and letters to Kelley and his family from friends and relatives in Claysville, Ind., and elsewhere
Georgia State University-- Special Collections and Archives
Correspondence, minutes, financial documents, legal papers, and printed materials, relating to the council, the merger of Chattanooga Industrial Union Council into it, politics, union elections, abolition of the poll tax, desegregation of public schools, Taft-Hartley Act, Tennessee laws concerning open and closed shops, Chattanooga Voters' Union, revision of the Tennessee State Constitution, and political education. Correspondents include Ross Bass, Gordon Browning, James Beriah Frazier, George Logan Googe, Estes Kefauver, Kenneth Douglas McKellar, George Meany, P.R. Olgiati, and Stanton E. Smith
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Chiefly orders, muster rolls, and other official documents, relating to the 83rd Indiana Infantry Regiment; Civil War letters written by Johnson to his family and fianceĢe while he was serving with the regiment in Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina; and letters of his brother-in-law, Caleb Gill, written while serving with the 57th Indiana Infantry Regiment in Tennessee
Fisk University, Fisk University Library and Media Center, The Special Collections
Additional materials were received after the initial collection was processed -- Contains general and professional correspondence (1923-1941) regarding issues pertaining to Asian Americans on the Pacific coast of the U.S., such as housing problems, the establishment of religious structures and issues pertaining to Japanese immigrating to Canada. Also includes correspondence between Dr. Charles S. Johnson and Edwin R. Embree of the Julius Rosenwald Fund pertaining to social and religious surveys and studies. The bulk of the collection consists of documents of a study (ca. 1936-1937) of the racial, social, and economic conditions in the greater Cheatham County area of Middle Tennessee. Documents consist mainly of interviews of individuals who lived in areas such as Cheatham County, Dickson County, Humphreys County, and an area known as "Montgomery Country." There are a few interviews with former slaves living in Bedford and Robertson Counties in Middle Tennessee