Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Chas (Charles) McClung, Knox County, to Major General Andrew Jackson, near Nashville, West Tennessee. ALS 3 pp. (2 pcs.) Encapsulated (by David Lloyd Swift, Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 6, 1986). Re: holding court in Rhea County, meeting there with Jackson and others; question about land entries for Donelson/Donaldson.
Hunt, Edward E. Typescript articles on Railroads and Roads, Great Smoky Mountains, Andrew Jackson and Indian Removal.
“Andrew Jackson and the Indians,” “Railroads and Roads in the Great Smokies,” “Indian Gap Hotel,” “Lem Ownby and the Hammel Orchards,” “Early Transportation in East Tennessee”
Letter from John Blair, Washington City, to George Gammon, Sullivan County, Tenn. April 30, 1830. ALS 5 pp. (2 pcs.). Re: state of things in East Tennessee; friends of General [Andrew] Jackson; internal improvements by the government; road bill; John Williams; government opening the Cumberland River; etc. Outer page folded to make envelope: no stamp; words “Free. J. Blair.”
“Poke Shooting in Tennessee.” Political cartoon by E.W.C. Published by A. Donelly. Re: Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk, Webster, Dallas, Tyler, and Freylinghuysen. Color. 1 pc. (fragile: edges are damaged).
Letter from Robert C. Boyce, Jr., Attorney-at-law, Nashville, Tenn., to Mr. Jennings B. King, Knoxville, Tenn. LS (typed). 1 p. Re: gavel made of wood from a Nashville building where Andrew Jackson once practiced law. McClung Collection does not have gavel.
Letter from Willie Blount, Clarksville, Tenn., to the Editors of the Globe, Washington City. May 1, 1835. ALS 3 pp. + unsigned, endorsed note on cover. Re: errors in April 15 editorial about Tennessee Convention, nomination of Judge White for President, and President Jackson.