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Camp Chase

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

D. A. and Inslee Deaderick Papers.

 Collection
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

Diary of John M. Boyd, Prisoner of War at Camp Chase, 1865.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1994.009
Scope and Contents Diary of John M. Boyd, written while a Prisoner of War at Camp Chase, January 1 - April 3, 1865, The diary belonged to Mrs. Elizabeth Allen Lockwood (granddaughter of John M. Boyd, and copied by Mrs. Charles F. Wayland in 1945. Carbon TS 11 pp. + title page. (On pink paper)
Dates: 1865

Jane McCartney Doren letter to Pastor, Mars Hill Presbyterian Church, Athens, Tenn., 1869; Mount Zion Presbyterian Church receipt, 1872.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2006.002
Scope and Contents June 29, 1868, letter from Jane McCartney Doren, Columbus, O., to Pastor, Mars Hill Presbyterian Church, Athens, McMinn County, Tenn. ALS 6 pp. (2 pcs.) Re: she was one of the first members of Mars Hill Presbyterian Church when it organized in 1822; asks what churches are still there and in Blount County and their ministers; left 20 years ago with no friends there; predicted war based on slavery; taught by Dr. Pearson, Dr. Anderson, Rev. Mr. Eagleton; mentions mothers of slain soldiers, no...
Dates: 1872