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Boats

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Eliza Fain Powell letters, 1822-1864.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1979.066
Scope and Contents Fourteen letters to Eliza Ruth Fain (Mrs. George Powell), Rogersville, Tenn., from family and husband. 1822-1864. Subjects include family news, business matters, travels, Eliza’s marriage (August 1836), Tennessee House of Representatives (October 1836), steamboats (1859, 1860), and the Civil War (1864).
Dates: 1822-1864

Gene Foster Dunn Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 1996.022
Scope and Contents Hamilton National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn (1937 exterior, Thompson’s # A-3356 A1; employees and officers, 1937, Thompson’s #A-3329 A1, ID on back of photograph; 1942 interior Thompson’s # 11554 A5); “Gordon C. Greene” paddle boat and Knoxville skyline, 1937. B&W 8 x 10”
Dates: 1937-1942

Moses Easterly letters, 1814-1815.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2015.002
Scope and Contents Three letters written by Moses Easterly written while traveling with Andrew Jackson’s troops during the War of 1812. Written to his wife Charlotte Fudge Easterly at home on the border of Cocke and Greene Counties, Tenn. 3 pcs. 1. Moses Easterly, Rhea County, Washington, December 7, 1814. To Charlotte Easterly, Cock[e] County, E. Tennessee. ALS 3 pp. (1 pc.). Re: Family health; five thousand pounds of stinking beef at Kingston, thrown into Clinch River; waiting for orders to move; under General...
Dates: 1814-1815

Reel 10, Circa 1935-1936

 Item
Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.002.010
Scope and Contents Chinese men carry a white woman over uneven, muddy ground in a sedan chair. A raft floats on a river with several people on board. Chinese men carry a white man down to a boat moored at the river bank in a sedan chair as other men look on. The white man enters the boat, which turns out into the river with several people on board. The boat crosses the river, with low mountains in the background. Several people stand on the shore, then walk down to the water’s edge to enter another boat. Two men...
Dates: Circa 1935-1936