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Box 8, Folder 7 Warren County Marriage Records, L-Y, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 1825

Box 8, Folder 7 Warren County Marriage Records, L-Y, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Box 27, Folder 26 Warren County Marriage Records, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 1825

Box 27, Folder 26 Warren County Marriage Records, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Journal Of The Senate Of The Commonwealth Of Kentucky, December 4, 1826 - January 25, 1827, Kentucky. General Assembly. Senate. Dec 1825

Journal Of The Senate Of The Commonwealth Of Kentucky, December 4, 1826 - January 25, 1827, Kentucky. General Assembly. Senate.

Journals of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

No abstract provided.


Box 8, Folder 6 Warren County Marriage Records, B-K, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 1825

Box 8, Folder 6 Warren County Marriage Records, B-K, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Marquis De Lafayette Letter To Francis Huger Regarding The Former's Tour Of The U.S. 1825., Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier Lafayette Mar 1825

Marquis De Lafayette Letter To Francis Huger Regarding The Former's Tour Of The U.S. 1825., Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier Lafayette

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

This letter to Francis Huger regards Lafayette's tour of the United States. Huger was the son of Isaac Huger, befriended by Lafayette during the American Revolution. Here Lafayette writes about his progress towards South Carolina on the tour.


Receipt, 11 January 1825, John Lewis Jan 1825

Receipt, 11 January 1825, John Lewis

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


Box 27, Folder 25 Warren County Marriage Records, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1825

Box 27, Folder 25 Warren County Marriage Records, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Journal Of The House Of Representatives Of The Commonwealth Of Kentucky, November 7, 1825 - December 21, 1825, Kentucky. General Assembly. House Of Representatives. Jan 1825

Journal Of The House Of Representatives Of The Commonwealth Of Kentucky, November 7, 1825 - December 21, 1825, Kentucky. General Assembly. House Of Representatives.

Journals of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

No abstract provided.


Journal Of The Senate Of The Commonwealth Of Kentucky, November 7, 1825 - December 21, 1825, Kentucky. General Assembly. Senate. Jan 1825

Journal Of The Senate Of The Commonwealth Of Kentucky, November 7, 1825 - December 21, 1825, Kentucky. General Assembly. Senate.

Journals of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

No abstract provided.


Box 8, Folder 3 Warren County Marriage Records, A-Ham, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 1824

Box 8, Folder 3 Warren County Marriage Records, A-Ham, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Box 8, Folder 5 Warren County Marriage Records, Pe-Y, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 1824

Box 8, Folder 5 Warren County Marriage Records, Pe-Y, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Concert Of Sacred Music, Bangor Mozart Society, Samuel Chapple, John Beaumont, George Frideric Handel, John Whitaker, Frederick Granger, James Kent Dec 1824

Concert Of Sacred Music, Bangor Mozart Society, Samuel Chapple, John Beaumont, George Frideric Handel, John Whitaker, Frederick Granger, James Kent

Maine Bicentennial

Lyrics sheet for a concert of sacred music performed by the Bangor Mozart Society on April 19, 1825.


Mr. Daveis' Address, On The Commemoration At Fryeburg, Charles Samuel Daveis Dec 1824

Mr. Daveis' Address, On The Commemoration At Fryeburg, Charles Samuel Daveis

Maine Bicentennial

In 1721, representatives of the Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, and Abenaki people approached English officials in Massachusetts to insist that European settlers encroaching on native lands, withdraw. The English insisted that France ceded to them all land east of the Kennebec as far as the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Ultimately, Governor Samuel Shute declared war against the Wabanaki Confederacy on July 25, 1722.

The war became known as Dummer's War after the Massachusetts' Lt. Governor who lead the English war effort. Though the Wabanaki Confederacy managed to inflict significant losses on European settlers, English soldiers retaliated, launching a particularly vicious ...


Box 8, Folder 4 Warren County Marriage Records, Har-Pa, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 1824

Box 8, Folder 4 Warren County Marriage Records, Har-Pa, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Warren County, Kentucky - Marriage Records

No abstract provided.


Locust Grove Plantation Ledger, Locust Grove Plantation Dec 1824

Locust Grove Plantation Ledger, Locust Grove Plantation

Deeply Rooted

Ledger contains the names, marriages, births, and deaths of slaves on a plantation which internal evidence suggests was Locust Grove Plantation in Jefferson County, Mississippi. Ledger also contains cotton harvest data for each slave. Some pages include newspaper clippings discussing agricultural and domestic techniques and advice. The plantation was founded in 1777 under the name Mount Locust, and the name was changed by Samuel Postlethwait when he purchased the plantation. This item has been aggregated as part of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL)'s "Deeply Rooted: The Agricultural & Rural History of the American South" project.


Quapaw Treaty, 1824 November 15, Robert Crittenden Nov 1824

Quapaw Treaty, 1824 November 15, Robert Crittenden

Quapaw Treaty, 1824 November 15

This handwritten document ceded the Quapaw reservation on the Arkansas River to the United States in return for land among the Caddo on the Red River in northwestern Louisiana, $4,000 in goods, and a $2,000 annual annuity for eleven years.


John G. Jones, License To Preach In The Methodist Episcopal Church, 8 October 1824, Benjamin D. Treadwell Oct 1824

John G. Jones, License To Preach In The Methodist Episcopal Church, 8 October 1824, Benjamin D. Treadwell

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 7 October 1824, V. J. Williamson Oct 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 7 October 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 4 October 1824, V. J. Williamson Oct 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 4 October 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 28 September 1824, V. J. Williamson Sep 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 28 September 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 21 September 1824, V. J. Williamson Sep 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 21 September 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 7 September 1824, V. J. Williamson Sep 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 7 September 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


Aaron Burr Letter To Samuel C. Reid Regarding Travel And Meeting Arrangments. Albany, N.Y., 1824., Aaron Burr Sep 1824

Aaron Burr Letter To Samuel C. Reid Regarding Travel And Meeting Arrangments. Albany, N.Y., 1824., Aaron Burr

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Burr sends a letter to Reid, a U.S. naval officer, saying he arrives in New York in two days. Burr further instructs Reid to meet him at 51 Nassau St. at 9AM Sunday morning. 1824.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 1 September 1824, V. J. Williamson Aug 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 1 September 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 14 August 1824, V. J. Williamson Aug 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 14 August 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 30 July 1824, V. J. Williamson Jul 1824

V.J. Williamson To T.L. Treadwell, 30 July 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


Last Will And Testament Of Sarah Blanton, Rutherford, Nc, 27 July 1824, Sarah Blanton, John H. Treadwell, Gilead C. Treadwell Jul 1824

Last Will And Testament Of Sarah Blanton, Rutherford, Nc, 27 July 1824, Sarah Blanton, John H. Treadwell, Gilead C. Treadwell

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


V. Williamson To Timmons Louis Treadwell, 25 July 1824, V. J. Williamson Jul 1824

V. Williamson To Timmons Louis Treadwell, 25 July 1824, V. J. Williamson

Personal and Business Correspondence, 1821-1840 (Series 1.1)

No abstract provided.


Medical Deception And Imposition Upon The Public : Discovered, Detected And Exposed, Designed For The Use Of All To Whom It May Come Or Concern, Joseph Fernald May 1824

Medical Deception And Imposition Upon The Public : Discovered, Detected And Exposed, Designed For The Use Of All To Whom It May Come Or Concern, Joseph Fernald

Maine Bicentennial

Dissertation by Joseph Fernald of Portland, Maine, debunking a patent medicine being peddled by “a certain medical man by the name of Druerd, alias Werd,” as “Allum-water” (potassium aluminum sulfate). Potassium alum, an astringent, may be used in pickling, leather tanning, and water purification. In the late 20th Century, large crystals of Alum were marketed as “deodorant rocks.”


A Proclamation For A Day Of Public Humiliation And Prayer, Albion K. Parris, Amos Nichols Feb 1824

A Proclamation For A Day Of Public Humiliation And Prayer, Albion K. Parris, Amos Nichols

Maine Bicentennial

A Proclamation for a day of Public Humiliation and Prayer issued by Albion K. Parris, Governor of the State of Maine.