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Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

D. A. and Inslee Deaderick Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0053
Scope and Contents Letters written by Inslee Deaderick to family while a prisoner of war at Camp Chase and Fort Delaware, Jan. 12, 1864-March 15, 1865 with typed transcriptions. 19 letters. + Deaderick family letters, June 2, 1865-Oct. 4, 1866. 3 pcs. + letters from James Coffin to Alice Deaderick Grainger, 1926-1929. 5 letters (typescript). + David Anderson Deaderick memorandum of letters written, 1851-1871. He was the paymaster at the pension office in Knoxville, Tenn.; pensions paid were 1850s Revolutionary...
Dates: 1851-1871; 1926-1929

May Lynn Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0016
Scope and Contents Papers collected by May Lynn (1870-1960), daughter of James and Sarah Rogan Lynn, of Kingsport, then Knoxville, Tenn. Papers include: Kingsport Presbyterian Church, formerly Boat Yard Congregation, founded in 1820, lists of members, book of records, anti-abolitionist statements of the church; transcript of 1885 autobiographical sketch of James Rogan (Sullivan County, Tenn.), who married Sarah Netherland; Lynn family correspondence; paper on history of Kingsport Presbyterian Church (read at...
Dates: 1780-1949

Ralph Abernathy at University of Tennessee, October 22, 1975

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 14
Scope and Contents

Reverend Ralph David Abernathy delivers the keynote address at the "Contributions of Blacks to the Development of Tennessee History" at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville on October 22, 1975. Sponsored by UT's Black Studies department.

Video has static throughout. Audio dragging and interruptions occur throughout last 15 minutes. Tape ends aprubtly, as digital transfer could no longer continue due to tape condition.

Total time: 34 minutes

Dates: October 22, 1975

Re-enactment of Battle of Boyd's Creek pamphlet

Identifier: Ephemera 2020.052
Scope and Contents

Re-enactment of Battle of Boyd's Creek, held at Marble Springs, Seviers home. Good reference names of pioneers. 4 pgs., with maps on back

Dates: 1973

Sycamore Shoals pamphlet

Identifier: Ephemera 2020.003
Scope and Contents

An informative pamphlet about a 3’6” x 6’8” painting by Lloyd Branson titled “Sycamore Shoals” The painting depicts the departure on October 1, 1780 of the militia heading to King’s Mountain. A photo of the painting along with a description of its history is inside.

Dates: 1915

Time Book for 1905 with notes about [Revolutionary War] pensions in Tennessee, Act of 1818, for counties Anderson through Claiborne.

Identifier: MM.1998.013
Scope and Contents

Standard Time Book with work records, 1905 (business not identified). Front pages of book contain “Statement showing rank and company of the persons residing in Tennessee who have been inscribed on the pension list under act of Congress passed on 18 March 1818.” Alphabetical by counties, from Anderson through Claiborne.

Dates: 1905