2 edition of Colonel Edward Cook and other historical papers found in the catalog.
Colonel Edward Cook and other historical papers
Alexander S. Guffey
1941 in [Pittsburgh .
Written in English
|Statement||by Alexander S. Guffey.|
|LC Classifications||F149 .G8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||68048985|
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Smith Memorial Library collects, preserves and makes accessible a substantial amount of material related to the American Civil War and especially to the role of Indiana’s people in the conflict. A Civil War Researcher’s Guide at the Indiana Historical Society was created in with the start of the.
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Edward Bonney born Edward William Bonney (Aug – February 4, ) was a 19th-century adventurer, miller, hotel keeper, city planner, counterfeiter, livery stable keeper, bounty hunter, private detective, postmaster, merchant, soldier, and author.
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William Gordon Cooke, soldier and statesman, son of Adam and Martha (Riddell) Cooke, was born at Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Ma He was trained in the family drug business.
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YOUNG, WILLIAM COCKE (–). William Cocke Young, early settler, soldier, jurist, and official, was born in Davidson County, Tennessee, on May 7, He was the son of Daniel and Peggy (Branch) Young.
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The Intimate Papers of Colonel House is a set of four volumes published by Houghton Mifflin in These are ex-library copies with the usual stamps and labels.
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Papers of various members of the Gordon family, alphabetically arranged: Beirne Gordon: Printed letter to the stockholders of the Merchants Bank of Savannah, Georgia regarding his removal as Vice-President of the bank, Janu Edward McGuire Gordon, items.
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Little bequest of the Spencer-Peirce-Little farmhouse in Newbury, Massachusetts. First Years of a Great Hotel. Henry Willard had been invited to Washington in to try his luck running a hotel that Charles Dickens described simply as “a long row of small houses” built in at Fourteenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.
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Henry Lane Stone Civil War diary This one item collection is an pocket diary primarily written by Henry Lane Stone, who took the diary from a Union soldier he had captured on Febru. The papers of colonial governor James Glen (), who served as Governor of South Carolina from toinclude official government documents, papers concerning relations with Native American Indians, business papers relating to his ownership of a South Carolina rice plantation, and correspondence between Glen and South Carolina.Located at the Clarke Historical Library (Central Michigan University).
Houck, John L. Papers (). These papers consist mostly of letters regarding Houck's experiences as musician for the U.S.
Army during the Civil War. They provide information on performances, practice sessions, and other activities. Finding aid available.(See Deed Book 3, p.Goochland County and B p.Land Register's office, Richmond.) 43 See marriage contract in Deed Book D, p.
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