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Newspaper clipping of “Address of Joseph B. Heiskell, Esq., delivered at Rogersville, Tennessee, upon the occasion of the funeral of Lieut. Robert D. Powel, who was killed in an engagement with the Tories, at Barbourville, Kentucky, on Thursday morning, September 19, 1861”
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.
Joseph L. Walker, Civil War Pocket Diary, 2nd Tenn. Cavalry, 1865. Includes also photocopy of military service record and 2 copy photographs of Joseph Walker and his wife Anna Caylor Walker
Manuscripts of the Hinds family of East Tennessee, 1759-1982. Includes land records, business papers, receipts, correspondence, etc. Original documents are housed in two boxes, in 95 folders. Copies of Pedigree Charts for Parkman and allied families recd. from Kathleen Parkman Lamb, Nov. 2010-- stamped and added to box of photocopies on 3rd floor.
Receipt to J.B.G. Kinsloe for ‘one double barrelled shotgun, no. 953, valued at $15, and deposited in the Ordnance Office for the use of the Confederate Army service.’ P.M. McClung, Ordnance Officer, by John E. Heling? (Delius?) ADS 1 pc. (tape at lower right). J.B.G. Kinsloe was editor of a Knoxville newspaper during the Civil War, in business with W.G. Brownlow.
Knoxville 1863. Drawing by Claud Lord. View of downtown Knoxville after Union occupation. Vantage point from high ground in the vicinity of modern day Fort Sanders neighborhood.
Knoxville Daily Register, Knoxville Register, The Daily Register, The Weekly Register (1861-1864) (newspaper) (title varies)
Knoxville Daily Register, Knoxville Register, The Daily Register, The Weekly Register (1861-1864) (newspaper) Title varies
Confederate issues of the Knoxville newspapers - Knoxville Register, Knoxville Daily Register, The Daily Register, The Weekly Register - from the Civil War years arranged in strictly chronological order.
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).
LeFevre Civil War Prints (Chattanooga, Chickamauga and Battle of Knoxville Civil War art prints by R.J. LeFevre, 1991).
Art prints by R.J. LeFevre, 1991 (copyright pending Art of War Institute 1995), one of Chickamauga and one of Chattanooga, Civil War scenes. Each numbered 108 of 200. Each 20 x 24”. Added October 6, 2000: Battle of Knoxville (1863) art print by Richard J. LeFevre, 1991. 10 3/8 x 14 1/2.” Also, flyer re: LeFevre’s Civil War prints.
Letter from A. L. G. Snapp, Private, Co. C, 19th Tenn. Infantry, CSA, Camped on Chucky, to “Nat” July 30, 1863. ALS 1 pc. (2 pp.). Colorful letter written from camp on Chucky to his brother Nat seeking help recovering $5 owed to Snapp by John Harris. The Snapp family were a prominent Sullivan County, Tenn., family. + transcription of letter provided by seller. 1 pc.
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.
Letter to Lt. Col. S. J. MacKay from Capt. N. J. Collum (Greeneville, Tenn.) dated April 26, 1865. ALS. Collum notes he provided his car for the daughter and son of President Johnson as the railway had failed to provide one; discusses troop movements out of Bulls Gap (Tenn.); Confederate prisoner transport
Letter of receipt to Lt. Thos. Hedgecock, 1st Tenn. Vols., from A. B. Eaton, Commissary General of Subsistence. March 22, 1865). (Gift of Diane Kosier).
Letter of receipt to Lt. Thos. Hedgecock, Co. G, 1st Tenn. Vols., Kingston, Tenn., from A. B. Eaton, Commissary General of Subsistence, Office Commissary General of Subsistence, Washington City, March 22, 1865. DS 1 pc. Notes that Lt. Hedgecock is not accountable to the United States for subsistence funds or supplies.
November 13, 1864 letter, from Mary (probably Mrs. Timothy Sullins),Woodland Home, to Rev. Timothy Sullins, Knoxville, Tenn. ALS 4 pp. (1 pc.). + one envelope with 3 cent stamp. Letter discusses family matters, health, farming, “Rebels thought ready to invade Knoxville.”
Photocopies of letters of Lewis L. Poats (Hawkins County, Tenn.) 1850, 1862-1863. Also photocopies of 1865 Civil War discharges for Jonas Huff and David Weaver; photocopies of photographs of David Weaver and wife Mary.
List of applications made through Thomas A. R. Nelson to the East Tennessee Relief Association in 1864.
List of applications made through Thomas A. R. Nelson to the East Tennessee Relief Association in 1864. Small, handwritten volume (no cover), 48 pp. Names and cases are listed by county.
List of white males between the ages of 18 and 50 years in the 17th district of Knox County, Tenn. September 26, 1864. AD 3 pp.
Diary of Lizzie Welcker of Knoxville, Tenn. Kept April 5 - May 14, 1865. AD 1 vol. Mentions Civil War news; she was a Confederate sympathizer.
Papers of the Love Family of Knox County, Tenn. No date, 1784-1896. Includes deeds, land surveys, obituary clippings, Civil War papers, etc. MM.1979.052a Love Family Papers, no date, 1787-1857. MM.1979.052b Love Family Papers, 1863-1896. MM.1979.052c Love Family Papers, no date, 1784-1871 (Photocopies). MM.1979.052d Love Family Papers, 1784-1871 (damaged originals).
Civil War pocket diary kept by Lt. R. A. Bristol, Co. “E,” 39th North Carolina Regiment, CSA. Entries from February 18, 1864 to December 31, 1864. Several pages of earlier (ca. 1860) entries with accounts, poems, etc. Bristol mentions his capture; camping near Tellico Plains; Nashville; daily activities. Several loose pages.
Correspondence of three generations of the Charlton, Mabry, and Hazen families, Knoxville. 1832, 1854-1940. Also included are business papers, scrapbooks, and ledgers. A supplemental accession was made by Ronald R. Allen on December 30, 1993, which was incorporated into the collection.
Map Illustrating the Chickamauga and Chattanooga Campaign. 1 color steel plate engraving, printed in 1881 by J. R. Jones
Hand drawn and hand colored map of East Tennessee, drawn by Lt. Sam (Samuel) B. (Bell) Palmer, Knoxville, August 1863. Confederate Flag at right. 15 x 9.5” 1 pc.
November 6, 1864 letter from Martha _______, Nashville, to Bettie. ALS. 4 pp. Mentions high prices North has charged, etc.
The McMahan Papers,1829-1923, contain documents of T. W. McMahan in Sevier County, Tenn. The collection contains original manuscripts, documents, two poems by Louisa Walker, and one issue of the Republican Semi-Weekly, Sevierville, Tenn., newspaper (August 22, 1885). Also: August 1862 Volunteer Descriptive List and Account of Pay and Clothing for Private Joseph F. McClurg
Memoirs of Elizabeth Stoffell Rankin, 1861-1938; autobiographical sketch of Hugh Forgey Crawford, 1806-1885; biographical sketch of Samuel Crawford, Sr.
PHOTOCOPIES OF: Memoirs of Elizabeth Stoffell Rankin (Mrs. Joseph M.), 1861-1938, Knox County, Tenn. TS 38 pp. Mentions Civil War, Maryville College, Stoffell, Crawford, and Rankin families. Autobiographical sketch of Hugh Forgey Crawford, 1806-1885. Knox County, Tenn. Biographical sketch of Samuel Crawford, Sr., by Hugh F. Crawford, 1881.
- Subject: Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 X
- Photographs 31
- Diaries 21
- Brownlow, William Gannaway, 1805-1877 13
- Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875 12
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 12
- Journals 10
- Scrapbooks 10
- African Americans 9
- Correspondence 9
- Pensions 9
- Confederate States of America (CSA) 8
- Politics and government 8
- Railroads 8
- Ledgers and account books 7
- Newspapers 7
- Deeds 6
- Genealogy 6
- Portraits 6
- Religion 6 + ∧ less
- English 29
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 1