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Papers of James Parton 1860-1893.

Author: James PartonFanny FernJames Thomas FieldsWilliam B LewisS S McClureAll authors
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Parton discusses his writing, especially a project of articles on tours taken by U.S. Presidents Washington and Jackson, and an article on Jefferson for which Charles Scott Venable of the University of Virginia supplied documents; the Civil War including treatment of prisoners and citizenship for blacks; book purchases; and other publishing matters. There are also two letters from Ellen W.E. Parton regarding
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Named Person: James Parton; Fanny Fern; Andrew Jackson; Thomas Jefferson; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; James R Osgood; Charles S Venable; George Washington
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Parton; Fanny Fern; James Thomas Fields; William B Lewis; S S McClure; George Pope Morris; Robert Patterson; James Grant Wilson; Ellen W E Parton; Estes and Lauriet,
OCLC Number: 647934391
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 26 items.

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Parton discusses his writing, especially a project of articles on tours taken by U.S. Presidents Washington and Jackson, and an article on Jefferson for which Charles Scott Venable of the University of Virginia supplied documents; the Civil War including treatment of prisoners and citizenship for blacks; book purchases; and other publishing matters. There are also two letters from Ellen W.E. Parton regarding photographs of Parton, and a joint letter from Parton and "Fanny Fern" mentioning Parton's Andrew Jackson.

Correspondents include Estes and Lauriet, Fanny Fern, James Thomas Fields, William B. Lewis, Samuel Sidney McClure, George Pope Morris, Robert Patterson and James Grant Wilson.

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