Physical geography--Tennessee; Tennessee--Geography; Tennessee--Boundaries; Tennessee--Emigration and immigration
Two-page printed document dated 1866 summarizing the geographical divisions of the State of Tennesee produced by the Executive Department in Nashville. Signed by Governor W. G. Brownlow, December 8, 1865.
One-page letter and envelope dated September 23, 1866, from Hez L. [Hezekiah Lord] Hosmer in Virginia City to Lysander Spooner [probably in Boston, Massachusetts] written on the back of a circular titled "Chief Justice H. L. Hosmer's Charge to the...
Five-page letter dated August 20, 1866, from A. P. Aldrich in Barnwell, South Carolina, to Lysander Spooner [of Boston, Massachusetts] regarding the economic hardships faced by the South during the reconstruction era.
Abbott states disappointment with LeGallienne's poem for the first issue of The Comrade. Used Markham's poem in its place; enclosed $10 payment. Abbott also expresses displeasure with the first issue due to various obstacles.
Carr writes to Markham thanking him for his generous monetary donation as well as praising Markham's poems and books. Carr writes about the use of Markham's work in the magazine and brings up possible deals with the publishers of Markham's books.
Markham replies to Carr stating he will send him an article for the Christmas edition. Markham also gives Carr permission to quote any of his poems and also sends an article he wrote for the Homiletic Review
Carr writes to Markham inquiring about using a letter Markham wrote about the proposed constitution for the Fellowship at a conference which he hopes Markham will attend. Carr discusses membership in the Christian Socialist Fellowship.
The Christian Socialist writes to Markham about the Hamilton issue and the Hill issue and their distribution to various preachers. The publication would like to increase its distribution and asks Markham for any help he can provide.
Carr writes to Markham requesting his attendance at the Christian Socialist Fellowship Conference in Buffalo, New York. Carr would like Markham to speak at the conference and cannot offer payment but speaks of the good it will do for the cause if...
Moyer writes a letter praising Ward for his role as General Secretary in the Christian Socialist Fellowship and expressing regret that Ward must give up his role. Moyer writes of his belief that Carr would be the best candidate to take over the...