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Madisonville (Tenn.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Dan Hicks Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0462
Scope and Contents One box of files of newspaper clippings with a few photographs and negatives of subjects related to Monroe County, Tenn. Combined with an earlier gift including a Mss book “Madisonville Board of Mayor and Aldermen, 1895-1899” and a daily diary of Louise Hicks for 1954. Other books with this gift added to the library collection.
Dates: 1895-1899; 1954

Hiwassee District land grant to Nathan Hendrix et al., 1823. + 1841 description of Madisonville, Tenn., by James Perry.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.nd.033
Scope and Contents Land grant in the Hiwassee District to Nathan Hendrix et al. Signed by Governor William Carroll. 1823. ADS 2 pp. (torn) + 1841 description of Madisonville, Monroe County, Tenn., by James Perry. 1 p. (Photocopy).
Dates: 1823, 1841

Marshall manuscripts. Anti-slavery ‘Ballet[ballad] for Saml. Marshall,’ 1799; letter from N. B. McNabb, 1854. (Gift of Bill Elliott and Mrs. Niota Elliott Eggers)

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2000.012
Scope and Contents Anti-slavery poem with note at end ‘Ballet [ballad] for Saml. Marshall, 26 May 1799.’ AD 2 pp. (1 pc.). November 29, 1854 letter from N. B. McNabb to Rev. John Nicholson and Rev. S. B. West. ALS 1 p. + on back: November 30, 1854 letter from N. B. McNab (sic.) to Bro. Legerwood (Ledgerwood). ALS 1 p. Re: religion in East Tennessee, Madisonville, prayer, revivals. April 28, 1856(?) note to Marshall from A. Crozier. ANS 1 pc. Re: cotton seed. Remainder of paper includes the name Josiah Chapman and...
Dates: 1799, 1854-1856

Sarah Moore Greene interview , 2003

 Item
Scope and Contents Interview with Knoxville civil rights leader and educator Sarah Moore Greene by McClung Collection Director Steve Cotham in 2003.

Greene discusses her childhood in Madisonville, early years teaching, Mountain View School, Sarah Moore Greene School, her work with the NAACP. She was an advocate for early childhood edcuation and in 1969 became the first African-American member of the Knox County school board.
Dates: 2003

Stereograph of King Robinson’s residence

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2018.008
Scope and Contents one stereoview (or stereograph) of King Robinson’s residence, Madisonville, Tenn (handwritten ID on back). Taken by Rapier’s Art Gallery, Sweetwater, Tenn.
Dates: undated