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Papers, 1867-1977, of the Austin family of Southwest Virginia.

Author: Austin family.; William O Austin
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence the Austin family (of Illinois, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Virginia [Harrisonburg, Lunenburg Court House, Newbern, Petersburg, Pulaski County, and Wythe County]), primarily concerning the activities of William Porter Austin and his son William O. Austin, who between them served as commissioner of the 8th Military District of Virginia during Reconstruction, agent of the Internal Revenue Service, and  Read more...
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Named Person: Austin family.; William Porter Austin; William O Austin
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Austin family.; William O Austin
OCLC Number: 436308815
Notes: In the collections of the Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va. (Mss1 Au775 a).
Description: 30 items.

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Correspondence the Austin family (of Illinois, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Virginia [Harrisonburg, Lunenburg Court House, Newbern, Petersburg, Pulaski County, and Wythe County]), primarily concerning the activities of William Porter Austin and his son William O. Austin, who between them served as commissioner of the 8th Military District of Virginia during Reconstruction, agent of the Internal Revenue Service, and chief deputy of the United States Marshall for the Western District of Virginia. Also, include an essay, n.d., "The Deserter," written by William O. Austin (concerning William Porter Austin as United States Military Commissioner in Wythe County, Va., and the apprehension of Samuel Bullock); and memoir, ca. 1926, of William O. Austin (of Wythe County, Va.) concerning conflicts between Unionists and former Confederates in southwestern Virginia, ca. 1867.

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