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Advertisement from Wheeler, Marshall, & Bruce, Stationers, Printers, Nashville to P. M. Senter, Co. Clerk, Rutledge, 1872.

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Identifier: Ephemera 2017.015
Scope and Contents Advertisement from Wheeler, Marshall, & Bruce, Stationers, Printers, Nashville to P. M. Senter, Co. Clerk, Rutledge
Dates: 1872

Alfred Easley’s petition to get daughter back from Texas; P. M. Senter document to Freedman’s Bureau, 1871.

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Identifier: MM.2009.006
Scope and Contents November 20, 1871, letter from P. M. Senter, Court Clerk of Grainger County, Rutledge, Tenn., to Capt. Walker, U. S. A., In Charge of Freedman’s Bureau, Knoxville, Tenn. Requests assistance to bring back Manda, the daughter of former slave Alfred Easley, who went to Texas in 1854. ALS 1 pc. (2 pp.) December 9, 1871, petition of Alfred Easley, of Color (former slave of W. Easley), Rutledge, Grainger County, Tenn., to Major General O. O. Howard, Chief of the Freedman’s Bureau, Washington City,...
Dates: 1871

Campbell County Courthouse agreement, 1859.

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Identifier: MM.2011.021
Scope and Contents Article of agreement between H. B. Goins (Goans), H. B. Bowling, Joel Bowling, George Bowling, And R. J. Jarnagin and James Williams et al., the Commission acting for Campbell County, Tenn., to build a courthouse in Jacksborough, Campbell County, modeled after the courthouse in Rutledge, Grainger County, Tenn. January 4, 1859. Provides building details and payment information. Signed by H. B. Goans, H. B. Bowling, Joel Bowling, G. W. Bowling, R. J. Jarnagin, James Cooper, Jonathan Lindsey,...
Dates: 1859