Coal Creek War
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Identifier: MSC 0007
Scope and Contents Papers of the family of Pierre Francois Buffat, his wife Sylvie Louise Tauxe Buffat, their children and relatives, who came from Switzerland to Knoxville, Tenn., in 1849. Pierre F. Buffat owned a farm at Spring Place in Knox County, Tenn. He ran a mill starting in 1861, and his son Alfred Buffat joined the business in 1865. Other family names included in the correspondence include: Bolli, Chavannes, Porta, Esperandieu, Sterchi, Truan, and Tauxe. Many of the letters were written in French,...
Scope and Contents Stories told by Knoxville architect Fred Manley to his grandson Jack Manley in 1934. Written up by Jack Manley. Subjects include: American Temperance University in Harriman, Tenn.; U. S. Grant University in Chattanooga, Tenn.; Coal Creek War; dedication of Chickamauga National Park; Gay Street Fire; Cotton States Exposition in Atlanta, Ga.; Spanish-American War. TS. 151 pp. Includes copies of sketches. (Material received in 3-ring binder; transferred to acid-free folder). 1895 photograph of...