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“Memorial Ode - Fort Saunders” Poem by unknown author. TS 3 pp.
“Miss Martha Brownlow; or the Heroine of Tennessee.” Etched portrait of Martha Brownlow (Susan Brownlow) from the cover of a ca. 1862 book published by Barclay & Co., Philadelphia. 1 pc. (fragile, brittle).
37 letters, no date, 1863-1865, from William and Michael Rule to their parents and sister Elizabeth. Written while they were serving in the Union Army. Also 96 pieces, mostly receipts, ca. 1850-1876, which belonged to George M. Kirby.
Muster roll of Captain George W. Gorman, Co. I, 2nd Tennessee Regiment of Cavalry, U.S. October 31, 1863-February 29, 1864. 1 document (torn, 2 pcs.). Includes many men from Sevierville, Sevier County, Tenn.
Muster Rolls of Captain Archable Myers, Co. F, Sixth Regt., East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry. 1862, 1864-1865 + Returns, Capt. Archable Myers, Co. F, 6th Regt., East Tenn. Vol. Inf., U.S., 1862-1865.
Nitre and Mining Bureau. Partly Printed Document Signed. Knoxville, 28 November 1862. Wm. F. M. Hyder is exempt from military service while engaged in manufacture of nitre or lead for the Confederate Government. Form printed in Knoxville by Haws and Dunkerley. Signed by F. J. Finnie, Captain and Superintendent 7th Nitre Mining District.
Pass through Federal Lines to Isaac Benson issued by Office of Provost Marshall General East Tennessee, Brig. Gen. S. P. Carter. Oct. 7, 1863.
One week pass through Federal Lines to Isaac Benson issued by Office of Provost Marshal General East Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Brig. Gen. S. P. Carter. Oct. 7, 1863. Signed by Jos. P. Carel. DS 1 pc.
The Paul Fink Collection contains primarily Washington Co., Tenn., manuscripts and legal records, ca. 1781-1931. Papers are arranged in two sections: chronologically, 1871-1931 (13 boxes); or by “Separate Files” for legal cases too large to be interfiled by date. There are also some subject files and account books. Many folders have detailed contents lists (handwritten) at the front of the folder. The detailed card index (4 boxes) should be consulted.
1) copy print photograph of Rudolph Knaffel in Union uniform (physician for the Union Army; husband of Stella Smith) 2) Painting of Louis Knaffel (younger brother of Rudolph) in Union uniform in oval frame. Came from Austria about 1850.
Envelope printed with blue and red ink published by Jas. Gates, Cincinnati. Portrait of Parson (William G.) Brownlow and April 22, 1861 excerpt from letter to General Gideon Pillow refusing to serve as chaplain. Typed note pasted to bottom of envelope ,’ He answered not in the spirit of The Master.” 1 pc.
Individual prints and engravings of the Civil War in Knoxville and East Tennessee. Purchased original prints by Frank Leslie’s Illustrated, Harpers Weekly, and Kurz & Allison and others.
Individual prints and engravings of the Civil War in Tennessee. Purchased from original prints by Frank Leslie’s Illustrated, Harpers Weekly, and Kurz & Allison and others.
Proclamation issued by General E. Kirby Smith and W. M. Churchwell re: clemency and amnesty, Knoxville, Tenn., April 1862. Confederate. (ephemera)
Proclamation issued by Major General E. Kirby Smith, Commanding Dept. of East Tenn., April 18, 1862, and W.M. Churchwell, Colonel and Provost Marshal, Knoxville, Tenn., April 23, 1862. Re: clemency and amnesty for citizens. Confederate document. Printed broadside. 1 pc. Ephemera.
Pvt. Francis Marion Hancock, County. C, 9th Tennessee Cavalry, U.S.A. (ca. 1835 S.C. to June 23, 1864 Gallatin Tenn..) Lived in Kodak (Henry’s Crossroads, Sevier County, Tenn. 1860
Three copies of same item. 8x10” B&W photographic copy of etching/lithograph of “Rebel Charge on Fort Sanders, Nov. 29, 1863.” ‘Taken from a sketch made at the time by U.H. Buchtel, Co. H, 104th U.V.I.’
Receipt for payment of horse. Richard D. Tate, John and Elizabeth Taliaferro from John McEwen, Aug. 26, 1865.
Receipt from Leander A. Poor, Capt. to Matilda Carter for purchase of hay, Greene County, April 10, 1865.
Receipt from Leander A. Poor, Capt. to Matilda Carter for purchase of 4,800 pounds of hay, Greene County, April 10, 1865, for $42.72.
Registration of Voters in Blount County, Tenn, Under the Act of May 3, 1866. Index at front. 160 pp. (some blank). Bound. Includes one tipped-in newspaper account of the act + 1 loose sheet from the Office of Commissioner of Registration signed by James Henry.
Records of the Proceedings of the Executive Committee of the Relief Association of East Tennessee. Knoxville, Tennessee. February 8, 1864 (p. 23) -May 12, 1868 (p. 247). Thomas W. Humes, Chairman (signed from February 8, 1864-December 23, 1865 (p. 201. 1 volume, pp. 23-247 (pages 248-256 are blank). Also known as the East Tennessee Relief Association. For the relief of “needy and destitute citizens.” [Union supporters].
Reminiscences of Captain J. W. Ayres. March 1892. TS 9 pp. “An address delivered by Captain J. W. Ayres at open Camp Fire in Harriman, Tenn. March 1892.” Re: his service in the 3rd Mo. Cavalry Volunteers, Trans-Mississippi department, 1861-1865.
Collection includes: James White and John Williams deed, 1816; The Examiner newspaper, African-American newspaper, Knoxville, June 29, 1878; W. S. McEwen correspondence, Kingston, Tenn., 1850-1869; postcards; stamps; World War II; Civil War related topics.
Russell Miller, Sheriff, Campbell County, Tenn.,. Includes Campbell County tax lists, 1844-1845; papers from 1853-1869; receipts, Civil War letters, family letters to Mouse Creek area (Monroe County). Russell Miller went to Ky. during Civil War, Confederate sympathizer.
Sallie McDowell Moffett (Mrs. John T. Moffett) Papers, 1832-1916). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Armistead. (photographs, scrapbooks).
1882 claims filed with the War Department by John J. Allen and Sallie Taylor, Cocke County, Tenn., for goods taken away February 1865. (Name of person to whom addressed has been cut away). November 9, 1863, Cincinnati, Capt. _______ ‘s (name cut out) Company, list of food. Fragment, 4 pcs.
- Subject: Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 X
- Photographs 31
- Diaries 21
- Brownlow, William Gannaway, 1805-1877 12
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 12
- Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875 11
- Journals 10
- Scrapbooks 10
- African Americans 9
- Correspondence 9
- Pensions 9
- Confederate States of America (CSA) 8
- Politics and government 8
- Railroads 8
- Genealogy 7
- Ledgers and account books 7
- Newspapers 7
- Deeds 6
- Portraits 6
- Religion 6 ∧ less
- English 23
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 1