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Author: James family.; Elias James; William Hughes James
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Family correspondence, including that of Asa James (b. 1821), his nephews, Charles Fenton James (1844-1902) and William Hughes James (1852-1876), and his niece, Emily Ann James (1846-1942), relating to Missouri politics and agriculture, Confederate Army life, family genealogy, and a scientific expedition (1875-1876) to New Guinea undertaken by William H. James, his murder by natives, and the subsequent disposition  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Genealogies
Inventories
Reminiscences
Histories
Genealogy
History
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Asa James; Charles F James; Emily Ann James; Robert James; Chamblin family; Nichols family; Russell family; Simpson family; Toler family; Asa James; Charles F James; Emily Ann James; Robert James
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James family.; Elias James; William Hughes James
OCLC Number: 28414320
Description: 194 items.

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Family correspondence, including that of Asa James (b. 1821), his nephews, Charles Fenton James (1844-1902) and William Hughes James (1852-1876), and his niece, Emily Ann James (1846-1942), relating to Missouri politics and agriculture, Confederate Army life, family genealogy, and a scientific expedition (1875-1876) to New Guinea undertaken by William H. James, his murder by natives, and the subsequent disposition of his effects; financial and legal papers of Elias James (1745-1789), including copy of Loudoun County, Va., estate inventory; Civil War reminiscences; record book relating to estate of Robert James (1816-1861); journal of collections made by William H. James in New Guinea; history (1880) of Buchanan Baptist Church in Botetourt County, Va.; genealogical materials relating to the Chamblin, James, Nichols, Russell, Simpson, and Toler families; pamphlets; clippings; photos; and other papers.

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