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Map of the state of Kentucky : with the adjoining territories /

A map of the Tennessee government, formerly part of North Carolina.

[William Charles Cole Claiborne, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

Map of a portion of Missionary Ridge, illustrating the positions of Baird's & Wood's div's., Nov. 23, 24 and 25, 1863.

Thomas Jefferson to Tennessee Legislature, December 24, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Tennessee Legislators, February 23, 1803

Tennessee General Assembly, November 1, 1805, Printed Resolution

The state of Tennessee.

Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, February 7, 1813

State of Tennessee, In General assembly, October 17th, 1813. Resolved by the General Assembly of the state of Tennessee, that our Senators in Congress be instructed, and our representatives requested to use their best endeavors to prevail upon C

North Carolina.

To the "Natchez Volunteer Rifle Corps." Attention! ... Our late brave and beloved Chief the immortal Jackson, it is understood, is approaching near our city on his way to Tennessee, and it is confidently believed, that the "Natchez, Volunteer Ri

Letters from Colonel John Williams [Letter dated Knoxville, Sept. 29, 1815 to Adam Huntsman and one dated Knoxville, Sept. 21, 1815 to Capt. Wm. King] The originals of the above letters are in my possession; and may be seen by any person on appl

Attention. The committee of arrangement is authorized to state to the citizens of Nashville and its vicinity, that General Jackson, will arrive at Nashville, on Monday next .... The citizens of the town and neighborhood, are all respectfully inv

Proposals for publishing by subscription the life of Major General Andrew Jackson, comprising a full history of the late war in the south, from the commencement of the hostilities with the Creek Indians, to the defeat of the British before New O

Abstract of provisions, issued from the to the troops of the United States, stationed at by under special contract. [Nashville, Tenn. 1819].

To the moderator of the Presbytery of Miami

Tennessee.

... Murder will out !! Truth is mighty and shall prevail! Four years ago I charged General Andrew Jackson, in an address printed and published in Nashville, with various acts of cruelty and dishonesty when acting officially ... [Signed] Jesse Be

In honor of the election of our distinguished fellow-citizen General Andrew Jackson, to the presidency of the United States, you are respectfully invited to attend a ball in Nashville ... Nashville, December 10, 1828.

Monumental inscriptions!

... To the public. The following document, in the form of a letter to Mr. James Jackson, has been presented to him, and he has refused to answer [accusing General Jackson and others of fraudulent land deals] Nashville Banner and Nashville Whig.

To the public. It will be recollected, that in a publication which I felt it my duty to make on the 9th of April last, in relation to the punishment of John Wood, I spoke of Doctor James L. Armstrong, the reputed author of "A Tennessean," as "an

To the voters of the eighth Congressional district. Fellow Citizens: it has become necessary for me to publish a circular, in addition to the one already before the people for the purpose of correcting some erroneous impressions which have been

Circular--- No. IV. To the voters of the second Congressional district of Tennessee. Fellow-Citizens:- When I wrote my "Circular- No. III" I suspected that Mr. Lea would delay the publication of his answer to so late a period that I should not h

The hermitage

Andrew Jackson to Emily Tennessee Donelson, November 7, 1831

A map of the state of Tennessee taken from survey /

To the public. A publication of Col. Robert Armstrong in the Nashville Republican of this day, seems to demand a brief notice from me ... Felix Grundy. Nashville, July 24, 1833.

Map and profile of the proposed road from opposite Memphis, Tenn. to the St. Francis River, Arkansas T. : exhibiting also, the adjacent country /

Andrew Jackson, with the Tennessee forces, on the Hickory Grounds (Ala.) A.D. 1814

A free public dinner in honor of the Hon. Jas K. Polk will be given at Lewisburgh in Marshall county, on Thursday the 6th of October. The Citizens of Marshall and the adjoining counties are respectfully invited to attend and participate ... Sept

Andrew Jackson to Tennessee Planters Bank, August 12, 1837

Illustrations of the adventures of the renowned Don Quixote & his doughty squire Sancho Panza

James K. Polk. Governor of the state of Tennessee / from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich ; printed by P.S. Duval, Lith., Philadelphia.

Orders No. [25] Head Quarters, Eastern Division Cherokee Agency, Ten. May 17, 1838. [n. p. 1838].

Andrew Jackson, Jr. to Planters Bank of Tennessee, January 30, 1839

Map of Kentucky & Tennessee exhitibing the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads, &c.; by David. H. Burr (Late topographer to the Post Office,) Geographer to the House of Representatives of the U.S.

Andrew Jackson, Jr. to Planters Bank of Tennessee, January 27, 1840

Republicans of Old Greene, rally at the call of your country ... We repeat again, turnout and hear the principles of one of the purest Republicans of the age, defended, that of Gen. Jackson. Many voters. September 2d, 1840.

Texas meeting in Nashville [Nashville, 184-].

A letter from General Jackson ... Hermitage September 11, 1841.

Nashville, July 6, 1844. Dear Sir:--- The Democracy of Tennessee, acting through the Central Committee appointed by their State convention, propose to hold a mass meeting at this place on the 15th of August next ....

James Knox Polk. Elected President of the U. States. 1844 / Haas Lith. Washington City.

Fight between the Kentucky coon & the Tennessee alligator

For President: James K. Polk, of Tennessee. For Vice President: George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania

Funeral obsequies of free-trade

List of Senators of the General Assembly, of the State of Tennessee, convened at Nashville on the furst Monday in October, 1849 - whose election extends for two years from the second day of August, 1849. Prepared by Ramond B. Sloan, for the memb

A list of the members and officers of the House of representatives. Prepared by John Wallis and Elijah Butler, doorkeepers. Containing the names; birth-places; ages; residences; post-offices; whether married, single, or widower, places of boardi

Standing committees of the Senate. [1849?].

[John Ross, full length portrait, facing front standing next to a small table]

Disasters of 60 days : Wreck of Steamship Tennessee, Indian Cove, March 6th, 1853 ; Wreck & burning of the steamer Independence on the island of Margarita, Feby. 16th, 1853. 150 lives lost ; Collapse of flue on board Jenny Lind off San Francisquito, April 11th, 1853, 50 lives lost ; Wreck of propellor steamship S.S. Lewis, Duxburg Reef, April 9th, 1853 / / Lith. & pubh. by Britton & Rey, cr. California & Montgomery St., San Francisco.

Hon. John Bell of Tenn[?]

Hon. Alfred O.P. Nicholson of Tenn.

Hon. John Bell of Tenn[?]

Paris, New York & Philadelphia fashions for spring & summer 1855, published & sold by F. Mahan, No. 186 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia / P.S. Duval & Co's Steam lith. Press, Philada.

Hon. Thomas A.R. Nelson of Tenn.

Hon. Wm. G. Brownlow of Tenn

Hon. Alfred O.P. Nicholson of Tenn.

John Houston Savage of Tenn.

Hon. John Bell of Tenn[?]

Hon. Wm. Gannaway Brownlow of Tenn.

Hon. Thomas A.R. Nelson of Tenn.

Map & profile of the Virginia & Tennessee Rail Road.

Map of the city of Memphis : including Fort Pickering and Hopefield, Ark. : together with the original grants and their subdivisions /

[Felix K. Zollicoffer, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John Bell, Senator from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[William T, Avery, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Albert G. Watkins, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, original signature]

[John D.C. Atkins, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John H. Savage, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John V. Wright, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Andrew Johnson, Senator from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Horace Maynard, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Samuel A. Smith, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Charles Ready, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[George W. Jones, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Topographical map of Nashville, Tenn. /

Wm. Mackall, Chief of Staff, Army of Tenn., C.S.A.

Sir John B. Morris / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Sir John McClelland / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Hon. Stokes of TN[?]

Judge Wilshire of Tenn.

Gen. Alfred J. Vaughn, Col. of 13th Tenn. Inf, C.S.A. lost leg at All[?]

Cottage in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Cottage in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Gen. Alfred J. Vaughn, Col. 13th Tenn. Inf.

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

Hon. John Bell: of Tennessee, national union candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

Sir Jas. McCallum / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Hon. John Bell: of Tennessee, national union candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

Summertown Hotel, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

[Portrait of Pvt. Robert Patterson, Company D, 12th Tennessee Infantry, C.S.A.]

Col. Henry Ashby, 2nd Regt. Tenn. Cavalry

Sir John Frizzell / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Gen. Alfred J. Vaughn, Col. 13th Tenn. Inf.

Gen. Alfred J. Vaughn, Col. 13th Tenn. Inf.

Hon. W.F. Prosser of Tenn.

The general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, south. Convened in Nashville, Tennessee, on the first day of May 1858 / drawing by A.F. Bellows, New York : engraved by J.C. Buttre, New York.

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