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Presidential pardon (Andrew Johnson) to Austin Hall, Sevier County, Tenn. Signed by Acting Secretary of State Seward. May 16, 1866. pfa 1 pc.
David M. Nelson military appointment made by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee. November 7, 1864
David M. Nelson, Washington County, Tenn., appointment as First Lieutenant and Adjutant., Ninth Regiment of Cavalry of Tennessee Volunteers. Signed by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee, and Edward H. East, Secretary of State. November 7, 1864. DS (pfa) 1 pc. with seal.
Letter from Horace Maynard, Burnet House, Cincinnati, O., to General W. T. Sherman. November 6, 1861. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.) Re: Civil War, Department of the Cumberland, operations in Tennessee, Lee in Virginia, Governor Johnson, protection from the government.
Letter from John Francis, Nashville, Tenn., to Andrew Johnson (Military) Governor of Tennessee, June 2, 1862. ALS 1 p. + Andrew Johnson note on back. Re: relief for his niece and her five children (husband ‘deceived’ into the Confederate Army).
Order of Executive Clemency / warrant of pardon issued to John L. Rhea, Sullivan County, Tenn. by Andrew Johnson, President of the United States. ADS 1 pc. (2 pp. + note of third page). Two stamps of upper left of first page; seal on second page. May 31, 1865. .
Presidential pardon (Andrew Johnson) to Joseph Etter, Greene County, Tenn. Signed by William H. Seward, Secretary of State. April 9, 1866. DS 2 pp. + Ellis’ oath on back from Marion County, Ind. ADS 1p.
Land grant to Isaac Bible #15024 on Little Chuckey (25 Nov. 1824) signed by Sam Houston; Military Appointment to Lemuel Bible as First Lt. signed by Military Governor Andrew Johnson (30 June 1863).
Letter from Capt. N. J. Collum to Lt. Col. S J. MacKay. Chief Q. M. A. C., Greeneville, Tenn., Apr. 26, 1865.
Letter reporting on providing a railway car for the son and daughter of President Andrew Johnson at Bulls Gap. Apparently Collum also took train cars on which rebel prisoners were being moved from Greeneville on the orders of General Stoneman at Bulls Gap for transport of Union soldiers.
- Brownlow, William Gannaway, 1805-1877 2
- Greene County (Tenn.) 2
- Greeneville (Tenn.) 2
- Horace Maynard 2
- Photographs 2
- Seward, William H. (William Henry), 1801-1872 2
- American Presbyterian Almanac 1
- Ann Elizabeth Stewart 1
- Austin Hall 1
- Blagg Family Bible 1
- Boren family 1
- Bulls Gap (Tenn.) 1
- C. M. Dyer 1
- Calvin M. Dyer 1
- Carter County (Tenn.) 1
- Carter, William Blount, 1792-1848 1
- Christian Observer 1
- Confederate prisoners 1 + ∧ less
- English 2