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Heiskell, Frederick Steidinger, 1786-1882

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

F. S. Heiskell account, 1826-1831.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1981.208
Scope and Contents

F. S. Heiskell’s account with Samuel Bell, 1826-1831. 1 pc. July 21, 1834, letter from F. S. Heiskell, Register Office (Knoxville) to Isaac B. Havely (Hanly?). ALS 1 p. (torn, in fabric). Re: request to publish a communication against two Methodist preachers.

Dates: 1826-1831

F. S. Heiskell letter to Col. Moses White. May 15, no year.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.038
Scope and Contents

Letter from F.S. Heiskell, Rogersville, Tenn., to Col. Moses White. May 15 (no year). ALS 3 pp. (1 pc.). Re: White’s request for history of newspapers; Heiskell’s materials in Knoxville.

Dates: undated

F. S. Heiskell papers (photostats).

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0701
Scope and Contents

Photostats of papers from Frederick S. Heiskell editor founder of the” Knoxville Register,” the leading antebellum newspaper in Knoxville. The collection includes correspondence, a few pamphlets, University Monthly (East Tennessee University) (1875-1878); “Delta Crescent” (1881)

Dates: 1828-1880

Frederick S. Heiskell Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0341
Scope and Contents

1/2 plate ambrotype (tinted) of Frederick S. Heiskell open measurements 9.75 x 6"; “Leviathan, Junior” broadside for stud horse, March 5, 1838; 8x10” photograph; 2 receipts; 1 cover; 1 Knoxville register receipt; Hu Brown letter; Frederick Heiskell letter to Maj. Gen. George Stoneman (“Fruit Hill, Knoxville, April 28, 1865”); 2 volume set of Hinton’s History of the U.S. (Heiskell’s copy)

Dates: 1838-1865

Frederick S. Heiskell Scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: PAS 0026
Scope and Contents

The Frederick. S. Heiskell Scrapbook contains political clippings, also a broadside by Heiskell & Brown, printers of the “Knoxville Register,” of the Mecklenburg Declaration of 1775.

Dates: 19th century

Heiskell Family Bible

 Collection
Identifier: FB 0122
Scope and Contents

Holman's Edition. The Holy Bible, Old and New Testaments, translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised; with references and various readings. Philadelphia: A. J. Holman & Co. 1873 Front cover stamped "Eliza M. Heiskell"

Dates: Copyright: 1873; Other: 1798-1978 family entries

Heiskell Letter from Wm. King Heiskell to F. S. Heiskell, 1851; letter from Charles A. Rice to Hugh Brown, 1837.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1979.062
Scope and Contents

June 1, 1837 letter from Charles A. Rice, Caney Gap, to Hugh Brown, Knoxville, Tenn. ALS 3 pp. Re: opening store in Parrottsville. February 4, 1851 letter from Wm. King Heiskell, Abingdon, Va., to Uncle (F. S. Heiskell). ALS 2 pp. + env. Re: railroads, salt.

Dates: 1837; 1851

S. F. Grant letter, 1835.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1981.192
Scope and Contents

January 12, 1835, letter from S. F. Grant, Madisonville, to Mr. F. S. Heiskell. ALS 2 pp. Re: Grant’s difficulty in working in the office of Henderson and Johnson and his desire to get into an office of his own. 1 pc. (tape on back).

Dates: 1835

Slaves held by Frederick S. Heiskell at Knox County, Tenn., farm Fruit Hill, compiled by Edward M. Steel, Jr. .

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1993.003
Scope and Contents

Information compiled by Edward M. Steel, Jr., from going through family papers re: the slaves of Frederick S. Heiskell at Fruit Hill (aka Statesview, States View), 10 miles from Knoxville. Information from ca. 1860s. Computer TS. 4 pp. + letter from donor.

Dates: 1850-1865