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Charles Scott papers, 1777-1828,

Author: Charles Scott
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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These papers are correspondence with and documents signed by Charles Scott.
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Genre/Form: Appointments
Muster rolls
Broadsides
Photoprints
Named Person: Thomas Barbee; James Barnett; Arthur Campbell; John Evans; Christopher Greenup; Henry Lee; Robert Breckinridge McAfee; Charles Scott; Isaac Shelby; Arthur St Clair; Anthony Wayne; James Wilkinson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Scott
OCLC Number: 14698652
Reproduction Notes: Photostat. Lexington, Ky. : University of Kentucky, Photographic Services, 1962.
Description: 109 pieces.

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These papers are correspondence with and documents signed by Charles Scott.

Correspondents (for accession 1M54M6) included Thomas Barbee, James Barnett, Arthur Campbell, John Connolly, Christopher Greenup, Henry Lee, Robert Breckinridge McAfee, Isaac Shelby, Anthony Wayne and James Wilkinson. These letters concern Indian fighting (primarily with the Cherokees), military matters, land development, westward expansion, business enterprises and politics. There is a map of the Northwest territory, and muster rolls for John Dyal's company and the Fayette County militia.

Two broadsides are photostatic reproductions of a call to arms in 1808 (1B53M118) and an amendment to a land act in 1811 (1B62M143). One original broadside (1VF61M201) offers a reward for a runaway slave. Also in that accession are letters from Scott's brother concerning the gold rush in California. A document remitting a fine in 1810 is included in another accession (1VF55W13). One accession (1VF5517) contains Scott's appointment as Brigadier General, a land indenture and two letters from John Evans. There is also a photograph of Scott (1PA54M6 removed to photo archives).

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