Kingston, Tenn., 1844, child's schoolwork exercises on the reverse of a full page handwritten bill of James Lea for "hawling" and other labor.
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Kingston, Tenn., 1844, child's schoolwork exercises on the reverse of a full page handwritten bill of James Lea for "hawling" and other labor and tasks, including "hawling 1 load of logs for ole man Smith's schoolhouse," and use of horses and wagon. On reverse is child's school work, full page, of the handwriting exercises of Mary Ellen T. (Taliaferro) in which she writes, "Kingston on the Clinch River, Rone County, Tennessee", biblical and religious teachings and some history. She also practices her ABCs in script and writes the name of her sister Sarah.
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