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Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee

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Works: 185 works in 189 publications in 1 language and 194 library holdings
Genres: Microform catalogs  History  Catalogs 
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Classifications: F436, 016.9768
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Most widely held works by Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee
Guide to the microfilm holdings of the Manuscripts Section, Tennessee State Library and Archives by Tennessee State Library and Archives( Book )

3 editions published in 1975 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Record of marriage licenses, Lawrence County, Tennessee : 1838( Book )

1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account book, 1845-1877 by Andrew Jackson( Book )

1 edition published in 1974 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Letter] 1813 Dec. 19 [to] William B. Lewis Esq[uire] Nashville, Tennessee by Andrew Jackson( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This document is an early transcription of a letter dated December 19th 1813 to William B. Lewis from Andrew Jackson. In the letter, Jackson complains about losing the Tennessee Volunteers to sickness and desertion. He requests that Lewis convince the Governor of Tennessee to issue an order to keep the Tennessee Militia involved in the Creek War. The original letter, and later transcription can be seen by viewing document sl006
[Letter] 1837, June 27, Clover Dale, TN [to] Miss Ann Jane Bell, Philadelphia, [PA] by Sarah Bell( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a letter from Sarah Bell to her sister Ann Jane Bell dated June 27, 1837. She complains that her family would not let her write to Jane because they were worried Jane would not want to pay the postage. She writes that the family has been concerned for her and that their mother wants to know what kind of medicine she is taking. Sarah updates Jane on the news from the neighborhood, sicknesses, marriages, etc. The sisters are trying to decide between a barbecue or a speech on temperance as their July 4th activities. Margaret has greatly enjoyed the book The Three Eras of a Woman's Life. They did not like Mrs. Cary's book because she thinks that all women should be punished for what Eve may have done, and the sisters do not agree. Sarah wants to be sure that Jane will send her a copy of her piece on Presentiment and her anecdote
[Letter] 1813 Sep. 30, Highwassee [i.e. Hiwassee] Garrison [to] Major General John Cocke by Return Jonathan Meigs( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a letter from Return J. Meigs, agent to the Cherokee Nation, to Major General John Cocke, dated September 3, 1813. Meigs writes that he thinks that the Cherokee who had volunteered to fight against the Creek should be put together and supervised by another Cherokee. The whole group should then come under the command of a United States citizen who is familiar with Cherokee fighting. He agrees with Governor Blount that the Cherokee expedition should be lead by Judge Cocke
Recipe for Ink( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a recipe for homemade ink, of unknown date and author
[Letter] 1838 May 4, Springfield, Te[nnessee] [to] Miss Lucy L.C. Bailey, Clarksville, Tenn[essee] by Ann Maria Bryon( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter written by Ann Maria Bryon to her cousin, Lucy Bailey, on May 4, 1838. In the letter, Ann shows excitement about taking care of her Cousin Kitty's house and overseeing all household activities while Kitty is sick. She is also excited about a trip that she plans to take across Tennessee and Virginia
[Letter] 1845 Feb. 28, Hermitage, [to] Major W[illia]m B Lewis by Andrew Jackson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter from Andrew Jackson to Major William B. Lewis, dated February 28, 1845. In the letter, Jackson expresses his opinions on the politics of the state of Tennessee, as well as his opinions on the major political figures of the time. Jackson focuses on the administrations and actions of Polk and Buchanan
[Letter] 1803 Oct. 9, Knoxville, Tennessee [to] John Sevier by Andrew Jackson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter dated October 9, 1803 from Andrew Jackson challenging John Sevier to a duel, either in Knoxville, Tennessee or at the Indian boundary. Jackson demands reparation for the insults that Sevier inflicted on Jackson's wife Rachel
[Letter] 1825 Jan. 18, Gainesboro, [Tennessee] [to] Postmaster General by Sam Smith( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter written by Sam Smith to the Postmaster General on January 18, 1825. Smith instructs the Postmaster General to forward the mail of Armour & Lake, two merchants, to their new residence in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee
[Letter] 1824 Dec. 31, Jackson, Madison County, Ten[nessee] [to] Postmaster of Jackson County, Ten[nessee] by William Armour( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter written by William Armour, et al. to the Postmaster of Jackson County, Tennessee, dated December 31, 1824. In the letter, Armour & Lake request that any letters sent to them in Jackson County be forwarded to them in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee
[Invoice] 1844 Dec. 27, [for school book purchase of] Mr. W[illia]m B. Bell( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is an invoice for books and other school supplies for William Bell. Payment was received for these supplies on December 27, 1844
[Letter] 1829 Apr. 20 [to] Governor Sam Houston by James H Peck( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter dated April 20, 1829 to Sam Houston regarding Jacob Philipson a sixteen year old boy being held in jail on a larceny charge in Nashville, Tennessee. The letter pleads for the boy's release by explaining how his respectable family suffered personal and financial hardships
[Military Commission] 1840 Oct. 12 [of] James M. Bowden [signed by] James K. Polk( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a military commission dated October 12, 1840 for James M. Bowden to enter the Tennessee Militia. The commission is signed by James K. Polk, Governor of Tennessee
[Letter] 1845 Aug. 7, Frankfort, [Kentucky] [to] E.H. Foster by J. J Crittenden( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter written by J.J. Crittenden to E.H. Foster on August 7, 1845. In the letter, Crittenden wishes good luck to Foster who is running for Governor of Tennessee. He also mentions the meeting he had with Governor Jones of Kentucky. Crittenden concludes by predicting that the number of Whig Representatives in Congress will increase over time
[Letter] 1840 April 9, Cornplanter, [PA] [to] Margaret W. Bell, near Charlotte, Tenn[essee] by Jane Bell( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This a letter from Jane Bell to her sister Margaret dated April 9, 1840. Jane writes that she misses everyone and that she wishes that one of her family could visit her. She writes a lot about death and that this world does not leave enough time to prepare one's self and one's soul for the inevitable. She shares in her sister's grief over the loss of their parents and hopes that they will be the better for it. She also worries over her own husband's ill health
[Letter] Jul. 23, Hartsville, [Tennessee] [to] Doctor J[ames] L. Alexander by W. C Hamilton( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter written by W.C. Hamilton to Doctor J.L. Alexander on July 23, 1839. In the letter, Hamilton informs Alexander that he will not be visiting him because Colonel Polk will not be there, and also that he wishes for him to attend a meeting of candidates in Hartsville, Tennessee
[Letter] 1836 Nov. 13, Washington [to] Rev[erend] H.M. Cryer by Andrew Jackson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This document is a letter written by Andrew Jackson to the Reverend H.M. Cryer on November 13, 1836. In the letter, Jackson discusses the political atmosphere surrounding the 1836 Presidential election. He discusses the support of Martin Van Buren by a majority of the states. The Whigs running against Van Buren have, according to Jackson, told lies about him and are hypocrites
[Letter] 1839 Nov. 3, Clover Dale, [TN] [to] Mrs. A[nne] Jane Bell, Cornplanter, PA by Margaret V Bell( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The following document is a letter written by Margaret Bell in Clover Dale, TN to her sister Anne Jane Bell in Cornplanter, PA. Margaret began the letter on November 3, 1839, and she last wrote in it on November 15. The letter primarily relates the events happening in Cloverdale and the friends and family that have been visiting
 
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