WorldCat Identities

Goldthwaite, George 1809-1879

Overview
Works: 24 works in 34 publications in 1 language and 337 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  History 
Roles: Author, Editor
Classifications: PS3607.O439, 813.6
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Most widely held works by George Goldthwaite
The Code of Alabama by Alabama( Book )

5 editions published in 1852 in English and held by 95 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The return of Sam Rache by George Goldthwaite( )

2 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This is the story of a black man who serves as a scout for Custer's Seventh Calvary. The only survivor of his 5 companies was a bay horse named Comanche, returned to Fort Abraham Lincoln, aboard the steambost Far West."--Publisher's description
From youth to vengeance by George Goldthwaite( )

4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

John Graham grows up on a rocky, cactus-infested ranch on the Texas Frontier. His childhood is cut short when the War between the States forces him into manhood long before Mother Nature gives his body time to mature
Captain Marsh's gold by George Goldthwaite( )

3 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a sequel to The Return of Sam Rache. According to legend, the Far West's captain, Captain Grant Marsh, ordered a fortune in gold bullion buried to make room for the wounded soldiers and boiler fuel for the trip downstream to Ft. Lincoln. Before he could return, the river rose and wiped out all the landmarks he used to mark the spot. When Sam was tasked with burying the gold, he made two maps, one using distant landmarks and the other nearby trees and stones. Now, with the nearby landmarks gone, he is the only one who can find the treasure. In Fort Hays, Kansas, he marries a young nurse assigned to the Sixth Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers. She is kidnapped from the wedding and held for ransom by three outlaws wanting the gold. Sam, a black man, and his two friends, one white and one Hispanic, ride to bring Sarah back
Papers by Henry C Semple( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The rest of this collection contains accounts, a daybook register of law cases, speeches about various legal points and information concerning Semple's Civil War service
by Ala.) Ball and Crommelin (Law firm: Montgomery( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection of correspondence, legal documents, and case notes provides a valuable record of a nineteenth century law firm. The legal records include court depositions, writs, and dockets. The case notes include the legal opinions and cases of Ball and Crommelin and their clients, as well as interrogation notes. The papers are from a wide number of courts, including the United States District Court, the New York District Court, the Maryland District Court, and eight Alabama county courts. The subjects of these papers and the client correspondence include property claims, bankruptcy, debt claims and complaints. There are also references to the Crommelin plantation and the sale and purchase of cotton
Hanrick family papers by Hanrick family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Hanrick was the grandson of the city's founder, Major Ripley Arnold); school programs and student records from Hanrick's highschool in Waco; banks and banking in Texas; land, legal, and financial papers; photographs of Hanrick and publicity portraits of his daughter, dancer "Rosita" (Mary Louise Hanrick); and an autobiographical chronology recounting important personal, professional, and historical events in his life from 1872-1949. Raynal family papers include official documents, many of them in French or Spanish, concerning property in Santo Domingo and relocation to the United States
Pardons, paroles, and clemency files by Alabama( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Also contained is a series of letters and petitions requesting clemency for Jake, a slave belonging to Raphael Semmes. Jake had been convicted of nighttime burglary in Mobile Co., Ala. and was sentenced to death. He was later pardoned on the condition that his owner remove him from the state
Military correspondence by Alabama( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Present also is correspondence with members of the government of the Confederate States of America, such as Jefferson Davis, Judah P. Benjamin, C.G. Memminger, L.P. Walker, and Thomas Hill Watts; with military officials such as Braxton Bragg and Tennent Lomax; with Ala. business leaders such as Daniel Pratt and Josiah Morris; and with state political leaders such as William Brooks, A.B. Meek, George S. Houston, Jeremiah Clemens, Edmund W. Pettus, Percy Walker, George Goldthwaite, and Rufus W. Cobb
Record book containing miscellaneous records of the Governors by Alabama( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Originally the volume functioned as a pardon and parole record, and the eight entries dated 1835 are located under the Franklin, Henry, Lauderdale, Limestone, Monroe, Walker, and Wilcox county headings. At the rear of the volume is a list of three sums drawn from the contingency fund by the executive department on 1836 Jan. 12 and 13, and a copy of a dispatch from Governor Joseph E. Brown of Georgia regarding orders from Georgia troops to occupy Ft. Pulaski. These records were created during the administrations of Governors Clement Comer Clay (1835-1837), Andrew Barry Moore (1857-1861), and John Gill Shorter (1861-1863). These records cover the years 1835, 1836, 1860 Jan. - 1861, and 1863 July - Aug
Case files by Montgomery County (Ala.)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

County Court case files contain primarily estate case files and settlements, and personal debt cases. Many of these cases involve property, both real and personal. These files contain affidavits, bonds, certificates, executions, garnishments, protests, summons, and writs. Among the many individuals and attorneys represented in this series are Ball and Crommelin, the Lehman family, Charles G. Gunter, Josiah Morris, and many others. Of specific interest is the 1847 estate settlement of Elisha Moseley (case #7047), the most complicated case in the series
Letter by George Goldthwaite( )

1 edition published in 1843 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter, 1843, written by George Goldthwaite to Ellen Wallach (his sister-in-law) in Boston, Massachusetts. The amusing letter discusses social life in Montgomery, Ala. including the establishment of a Lyceum, marriages and births, and general society
 
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Alternative Names
George Goldthwaite American politician

George Goldthwaite Amerikaans politicus (1809-1879)

George Goldthwaite amerikai szenátor

George Goldthwaite politicien américain

George Goldthwaite US-amerikanesche Politiker

George Goldthwaite US-amerikanischer Jurist und Politiker

جورج گلدث‌ویت قاضی، وکیل، و سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی

Languages
English (34)