Subject Index

Here you can check the back issues from Volumes 2 through the current issue (Volume 10, Number 2) by subject: 
 
 
 
Subj.  Vol. No.  Page  Title
 

1820 Census of Manufactures

1820   5      3      112     Anderson County – 147 establishments: owner, products, value, etc.

1820   6      3      116     Blount County – 124 establishments included two women owners.

1820   7      4      168     Campbell County – Details 13 establishments.

1820   7      3      114     Carter County – Details 46 establishments.

1820   5      4      180     Cocke County – Lists 11 establishments.

1820   7      1      34       Claiborne County – Lists 16 establishments.

1820   8      4      247     Hamilton County – Very small -- only one entry!

1820   6      4      174     Hawkins County – Details 69 establishments; also where the products were marketed!

1820   9      1      50       Knox County – Details 103 establishments.

1820   5      4      180     Monroe County – Lists 11 establishments.

1820   6      2      56       Morgan County

1820   6      1      37       Rhea County – Fairly small; 20 establishments.

1820   8      1      36       Roane County – Details 39 establishments.

1820   5      2      84       Sevier County – Details 50 establishments.

1820   6      2      56       Sullivan County

1820   8      4      247     Washington County – Only two; Embree’s Iron Works produced $15,000.

 

1850 Slave Schedules

1850   5      4      166     Carter County – There were 350 slaves and 80 owners.

1850   6      1      24       Claiborne County – 133 owners; about 650 slaves.

1850   5      4      164     Johnson County – 49 owners, 204 slaves.

1850   8      4      250     Morgan County – 20 owners; 101 slaves.

1850   7      4      173     Scott County – 36 slaves, listed by name.

1850   7      1      31       Sevier County – 80 owners; 397 slaves.

 

1890 Union Veterans and Widows Census

1890   9      3      242     Morgan County – Enumerates 214 veterans or their widows.

 

Anderson County

And    5      3      112     1820 Census of Manufactures – 147 establishments: owner, products, value, etc.

And    4      4      155     County Court Minutes Abstracts Oct. 1819

And    2      2      79       “Clinton Gazette” Newspaper Abstracts 1890-91

 

Blount County

Bl       6      3      116     1820 Census of Manufactures – 124 establishments included two women owners.

Bl       7      1      22       Death of Cherokee, Sassa, at Col. Wear’s, 1802 – Account of tussle that inadvertently led to his death.

Bl       7      4      194     Info Sought on Abandoned Cemetery – Help identify this cemetery on Huffstetler Road.

Bl       4      1      38       Letters Left in Maryville Post Office April 1856

Bl       5      2      66       History of Maryville Woolen Mills – Parham’s mills: history, picture of coverlet.

Bl       9      4      304     Petitions, 1788, from illegally-settled settlers in Indian Territory, south of French Broad and Pigeon.

 

Campbell County

Cam   7      4      168     1820 Census of Manufactures – Details 13 establishments.

Cam   5      1      23       Bethlehem Cemetery Inscriptions

Cam   4      2      83       Bowman Cemetery Inscriptions

Cam   2      1      5         Deeds and Grants 1806-1810 (part 1 of 4)

Cam   2      3      103     Deeds and Grants 1806-1810 (part 2 of 4)

Cam   3      3      124     Deeds and Grants Abstracts 1806-1810 (part 3 of 4)  

Cam   3      4      169     Deeds and Grants Abstracts 1806-1810 (part 4 of 4)

Cam   6      2      85       Jellico Residents April 1900 (repr from newspaper article) – Bios, pics of Jellico’s movers and shakers.

Cam   7      4      173     Jellico, some pictures 1887-1910

Cam   3      4      184     Nelson, Vasper, and Bolinger Cemetery Inscriptions

Cam   7      1      20       Rothschild “Free Soil” Stock Farm, 1900

Cam   2      3      126     Sampson and Martha David, and Creditors

Cam   5      2      88       Wooldridge and Fall Branch Mines 1900 – Little town near Jellico: history, pictures.

 

Carter County

Car     7      3      114     1820 Census of Manufactures – Details 46 establishments.

Car     5      4      166     1850 Slave Schedules – There were 350 slaves and 80 owners in Carter Co.

Car     3      2      86       Businesses in 1891

Car     5      1      11       Businesses in Elizabethton in 1907

Car     8      4      253     Davies Academy (repr)

Car     9      4      274     Tax List 1798 – See the actual images!

Car     9      4      271     Views of Elizabethton –  downtown pictures; also the Muster at Sycamore Shoals, 15 May 2004

Car     3      1      28       Wills and Inventories Abstracts 1794-1851 (part 1 of 2)

Car     3      3      111     Wills and Inventories Abstracts 1794-1851 (part 2 of 2)

 

Cocke County

Cke    4      3      124     “Who Was Who” in Cocke Co. in 1911

Cke    5      4      180     1820 Census of Manufactures – Lists 11 establishments.

Cke    4      2      58       Newport News from “Eastern Sentinel” Nov. 1880

 

Claiborne County

Clai     7      1      34       1820 Census of Manufactures – Lists 16 establishments.

Clai     6      1      24       1850 Slave Schedules – 133 owners; about 650 slaves.

Clai     5      3      127     Carr Family genealogy – This 1894 genealogy reprinted in its entirety.

Clai     2      4      192     History of Big Springs Primitive Baptist Church

Clai     5      3      107     Pharaoh Chesney: Trip to Western District – Account of trip from Blaine’s Cross Roads to Nashville.

 

Cumberland County

Cumb 8      4      252     Grassy Cove Academy

 

Family Info

Fam    9      3      241     All/Auld, Elizabeth, vs Polly Greene, 1802

Fam    6      1      34       Baird/Beard of Campbell Co.

Fam    8      2      106     Baker, Dr. Harvey, 1863 Murder – The infamous Knox Co. murder by Yankees.

Fam    3      2      79       Barton, Isaac, Sketch and Notes

Fam    7      4      178     Bean, George vs. Matthew English/Inglish – Interesting acc’t of Bean Station 1776-1800.

Fam    8      1      42       Blackbourn, James, Rev. War Pension Application

Fam    7      3      142     Boaz, Abednego, Family Bible, Blount Co.

Fam    4      3      128     Bolton, David

Fam    4      1      15       Bolton, Thomas

Fam    2      2      51       Branson family

Fam    4      4      162     Bright family

Fam    7      4      196     Burdin and Wheeler Ancestors of Sevrn Wheeler

Fam    8      2      104     Caldwell, James A., Family Bible, Jefferson Co.

Fam    9      4      292     Campbell, Archie “Grandpappy” – The lean years in Knoxville, 1937.

Fam    3      2      69       Carden, Leroy, Family Bible

Fam    8      4      232     Carey, Patrick, naturalization petition

Fam    5      3      127     Carr Family, History of, Claiborne Co. – This 1894 genealogy reprinted in its entirety.

Fam    8      2      113     Cavett, Richard, Rev. War Pension Application

Fam    4      1      23       Chadwell-Cottrell family (repr)

Fam    5      2      59       Chesney, Pharaoh Jackson, biography – 1902 bio of Union County’s well-known former slave.

Fam    5      3      107     Chesney, Pharaoh Jackson – trip to Nashville.

Fam    8      4      234     Coldwell, Thomas, estate, Hawkins Co. 1807 – Lists his descendants, etc.

Fam    8      1      40       Cole, Sarah, pension application on Joseph Cole

Fam    8      4      232     Conn, Joseph, naturalization petition

Fam    9      4      293     Coppenger, Frank and Bertha, Monroe Co.

Fam    3      4      164     Cox, John

Fam    9      1      59       Cowan, and others, heirs of James Thompson, 1796

Fam    5      1      41       Craighead family – Reprint of 1876 work.

Fam    7      3      101     Crosby, George, 1846 journal/account book, Jefferson Co. – Now Hamblen Co.; many desc.

Fam    2      3      126     David, Sampson and Martha, Campbell Co.

Fam    5      2      58       Davis-Jennings family (repr)

Fam    3      3      101     Dobson-McGaughey family

Fam    9      1      59       Donnell, and others, heirs of James Thompson, 1796

Fam    9      4      355     Driver, Life and Genealogy of Tri-Cities Banking Leader Leslie Driver

Fam    8      2      105     Edgar, Andrew, Family Bible, Jefferson Co.

Fam    4      1      2         English and Clift Ancestors of the Ellisons

Fam    7      4      178     English/Inglish, Matthew vs. George Bean – Interesting acc’t. of Bean Station 1776-1800.

Fam    2      2      86       Fennell family

Fam    8      4      231     Fitzpatrick, Edmond, naturalization petition

Fam    4      1      22       Fleeman, Thomas J.

Fam    7      4      190     Galbraith and Gaston families of East TN

Fam    8      4      248     George, Emmett Earle, autobiography, Rhea Co.

Fam    9      3      241     Greene, Polly, vs. Elizabeth All/Auld,1802

Fam    8      4      243     Hale, James, obituary 1896

Fam    3      1      2         Hamilton family

Fam    8      3      189     Haun, C.A., letters 1861, Greene Co. – Written just before his execution for bridge-burning.

Fam    8      2      102     Heiskell, Carrick, biography

Fam    8      3      152     Heiskell family obituaries

Fam    8      2      64       Heiskell, Frederick, and family – Knox Co. patriarch, newspaperman, staunch Unionist.

Fam    2      1      4         Houston Family Bible

Fam    2      3      134     Hughett family

Fam    7      1      36       Irvin, Montgomery and Frances Rhea family Bible

Fam    5      4      179     Jarnagin, Bill, Grainger Co. – In 1990, at age 95.

Fam    3      2      7         Karnes, Michael, family

Fam    7      2      78       King, Rev. Richard H., 1767-1825, biography – North Carolinan, moved to west Knox Co.

Fam    7      2      74       King, Rev. Richard H., letters to, 1816-1825

Fam    7      2      47       King, Rev. Richard H. and family

Fam    7      2      52       King, Rev. Richard H., Journal, 1819-1823, Knox Co. – Fantastic daily acc’t; trials, neighbors.

Fam    7      3      139     King, Rev. Richard H., updates and corrections

Fam    8      4      244     Kyle, Robert, will 1820

Fam    6      4      180     Lee, Margaret, petition of slave, claims she was kidnapped

Fam    2      1      14       Mays/Mayze family

Fam    8      2      69       McCampbell, Rev. John and family, Jefferson Co.

Fam    8      2      63       McCampbell, Susan Heiskell diary 1863-65 (1 of 2), Jeff. Co. – Compelling; brother against brother.

Fam    8      3      133     McCampbell, Susan Heiskell diary ( 2 of 2)

Fam    8      3      148     McCampbell, William, letter 1863 – Exiled to SW VA; account of Natural Bridge area.

Fam    8      4      231     McCanx, James, naturalization petition

Fam    9      1      59       McElwee, William, obituary 1885

Fam    8      1      44       McEntire, John, Rev. War pension application

Fam    4      2      60       McKamey/McKemie, Robert, and family

Fam    8      4      231     McKinney, Alexander, naturalization petition

Fam    5      2      57       McNabb, Nathaniel, family Bible

Fam    9      1      59       McSpadden, and others, heirs of James Thompson, 1796

Fam    8      1      1         Meigs, Return J., Journal at Southwest Point 1801-1807 – Keeping whites and Indians appeased.

Fam    8      1      22       Milligan, Samuel, memoirs, Greene Co.

Fam    8      1      26       Millsaps, Adley, letters 1833-1850

Fam    5      1      34       Mitchell, Solomon, family Bible, Hawkins Co. – A large, well-known family in now Hancock Co.

Fam    2      1      31       Moore family

Fam    6      2      62       Mullins, Mahala, Hancock Co. moonshiner – Just leave your money in the hollow tree.

Fam    3      1      12       Murray, Leah

Fam    8      4      235     Netherland family letter

Fam    8      4      232     Nugent, Nancy, naturalization petition

Fam    5      2      74       Parham, W.T.

Fam    9      4      303     Park, Amanda M., obituary, 25 Dec 1900

Fam    3      1      9         Patterson, Robert

Fam    4      2      80       Phillips, Wm./Elizabeth Still Divorce Petition, Anderson Co.

Fam    8      1      42       Portwood, Page, Rev. War pension application

Fam    2      4      173     Reed family

Fam    8      1      29       Rhea, John, papers

Fam    8      1      44       Richardson, Stephen, biography

Fam    7      3      124     Riggs, Samuel, Rev. War pension application

Fam    2      2      63       Roach family

Fam    2      3      112     Roach, Drury, family    

Fam    2      4      179     Roach, Jeremiah and Polly

Fam    6      3      134     Rogers, Joseph, Papers (excerpt from book)

Fam    7      3      142     Russell, Andrew, and family

Fam    6      3      101     Rutledge, Stephen, autobiography and Civil War journal

Fam    7      1      11       Shields family letters 1836-1901

Fam    7      1      1         Shields, John B., reminiscences, Grainger Co., Civil War – Also paper mills, iron foundries, more!

Fam    8      1      43       Smith, Aaron, Rev. War pension application

Fam    2      3      133     Snider, George

Fam    3      3      115     Spurling, Richard

Fam    6      4      191     Steele/Hammond and Henderson/Rogers

Fam    9      1      59       Thompson, James, heirs in 1796: Donnell, McSpadden, Weir, Cowan

Fam    7      4      194     Thrailkill family records

Fam    8      4      233     Walker, Dr. Hugh’s case book, Hawkins Co.

Fam    2      4      151     Wattenbarger family

Fam    9      1      59       Weir, and others, heirs of James Thompson, 1796

Fam    3      1      34       Wheeler, Martha

Fam    6      3      143     Wilson, Samuel S., estate inventory

Fam    7      3      141     Wright, Elder D.T. (1816-1886), obituary

Fam    8      4      232     Wright, Hance, naturalization petition

Fam    8      4      232     Wright, James, naturalization petition

Fam    5      4      186     Wyrick/Rook deeds, Grainger Co.

Fam    2      2      53       Zetty family

 

General Interest

Gen’l  3      1      16       Bonds for State and County Officers 1796-1810

Gen’l  9      1      4         Censuses for 1791, 1795, 1800, 1810, 1820. – Yes, East Tennessee has some early censuses!

Gen’t  9      3      216     County and Circuit Court Clerks for 1825, with Sessions Dates – Lists each clerk in each county.

Gen’l  7      1      17       East TN County Formation and how it Affects Your Research

Gen’l  9      1      22       East TN Marriages, Availability by County – Which ones exist, where to get them.

Gen’l  3      4      166     Henderson & Co. Survey With Map

Gen’l  6      2      52       Militia Laws of Early East TN – Very useful to know.

Gen’l  7      4      169     Miscellaneous Bios and Obits in the East Tennessee Area

Gen’l  5      4      182     Obituaries from “Holston Journal”

Gen’l  7      4      155     Society News: East Tennessee 100 Years Ago

Gen’l  5      3      126     Tennesseeans Who Moved to Miller Co., MO

Gen’l  7      4      184     Tennessee Newspaper Extracts and Abstracts, Vol. 1 (book review)

Gen’l  6      1      17       The Tennessee Centennial Expo 1896

 

Grainger County

Grai    3      2      87       County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 1 – A complete transcript from this pivotal county.

Grai    3      3      119     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 2

Grai    4      1      27       County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 3

Grai    4      2      49       County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 4

Grai    4      4      147     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 5

Grai    5      1      37       County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 6

Grai    5      3      136     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 7

Grai    6      1      29       County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 8        

Grai    6      3      136     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 9

Grai    7      1      23       County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 10

Grai    7      3      128     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 11

Grai    8      3      163     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 12

Grai    8      4      255     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 13

Grai    9      2      139     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 14

Grai    9      3      217     County Court Minutes 1796-1802, part 15

Grai    7      4      178     English/Inglish, Matthew vs. George Bean – Interesting acc’t of Bean Station area 1776-1800.

Grai    9      3      227     Illegal Inhabitants of the Indian Boundary, 1797 – See the actual images!

Grai    2      3      100     Mouth of Richland Baptist Church Minutes (part 1 of 2)

Grai    2      4      162     Mouth of Richland Baptist Church Minutes (part 2 of 2)

Grai    7      1      1         Shields, John B., reminiscences, Grainger Co., Civil War – Also paper mills, iron foundries, more!

 

Greene County

Gre     3      4      177     Births 1881-1882, A-M

Gre     4      1      12       Births 1881-1882, N-Z

Gre     8      3      189     Haun, C.A., letters 1861 – Written just before his execution for bridge-burning.

Gre     9      1      64       Greeneville College's Dialectic Adelphic Society, 1819

Gre     3      1      24       History of Greeneville College (repr)

Gre     6      1      1         History of Tusculum College (repr)

Gre     8      4      254     Jeroldstown Academy (repr)

Gre     5      1      10       Land Patents in Jefferson and Knox, formerly Greene, 1794

Gre     9      2      136     Marriages 1838 – These are missing from a common reference book!

Gre     9      4      336     Petition for a new county created from Greene, 1788 – this idea failed; read the signatures!

 

Hamilton County

Ham   8      4      247     1820 Census of Manufactures – Very small -- only one entry!

 

Hamblen County

Hmb   4      3      115     Early Settlers North of Morristown (repr)

 

Hancock County

Hnk    5      1      12       “Who Was Who” in 1911

Hnk    6      1      9         1880 Hancock Co. Tax List (part 1 of 4) – Yes, we found a list no one knew about!

Hnk    6      2      62       1880 Hancock Co. Tax List (part 2 of 4)

Hnk    6      3      123     1880 Hancock Co. Tax List (part 3 of 4)

Hnk    6      4      181     1880 Hancock Co. Tax List (part 4 of 4)

Hnk    6      1      4         History of (repr)

 

Hawkins County

Hwk   6      4      174     1820 Census of Manufactures – Details 69 establishments; also where the products were marketed!

Hwk   4      3      121     Letters Left in Blountville Post Office, July 1818

Hwk   8      4      227     List of Unpaid Taxes for 1816

Hwk   8      4      228     List of Insolvencies for 1822

Hwk   8      4      229     List of Delinquent Taxes for 1825 and 1826

Hwk   8      4      229     List of Insolvencies for 1832

Hwk   8      4      238     Odd Fellows’ Female Collegiate Institute (repr)

Hwk   8      4      229     Petition for Road Change 1833

Hwk   8      4      236     Revolutionary Soldiers - list with description

Hwk   8      4      252     Swift Memorial Seminary (repr)

Hwk   8      4      233     Walker, Dr. Hugh’s Case Book for 1848-1849

 

Indians

Ind      7      1      22       Death of Cherokee, Sassa, at Col. Wear’s, 1802 – Acc’t of tussle that inadvertently led to his death.

Ind      9      3      227     Illegal Inhabitants of the Indian Boundary, 1797 (Grainger Co.) – Read the actual images.

Ind      8      1      1         Meigs, Return J., Journal at Southwest Point 1801-1807 – Keeping whites and Indians appeased.

Ind      9      4      304     Petitions, 1788, from illegally-settled settlers in Indian Territory, south of French Broad and Pigeon.

Ind      8      1      6         Treaty, Hopewell 1785 (full text)

Ind      8      1      9         Treaty, Holston 1791 (full text)

Ind      8      2      108     Treaty, Addition to Holston, 1792 (full text)

Ind      8      2      109     Treaty, 1794 (full text)

Ind      8      2      110     Treaty, 1798 (full text) – This one enabled settlers to return to homes north of Clinch.

Ind      8      3      181     Treaty, 1804 (full text)

Ind      8      3      182     Treaty, 1805 (full text)

Ind      8      3      184     Treaty, 1806 (full text)

 

Jefferson County

Jf        3      2      84       Births and Deaths 1881-1882

Jf        5      1      10       Land Patents in Jefferson and Knox, formerly Greene, 1794

Jf        8      2      84       McCampbell, Susan H., Journal 1863-65 (1 of 2) – Dandridge life; war troubles; compelling acc’t.

Jf        8      3      133     McCampbell, Susan H., Journal 1863-65 (2 of 2)

Jf        5      1      1         Minnis & Co. Store, New Market, History of

Jf        8      4      252     New Market Academy (repr)

Jf        4      4      143     New Market Train Wreck, 1904 (repr)

Jf        6      2      57       Newspaper, “East TN and New Market Republican” Feb. 1836 – New Market published a paper!

Jf        3      1      39       Scholastic Population 1842 (part 1 of 3) – Complete transcript; parents’ names, describes districts

Jf        3      3      137     Scholastic Population 1842 (part 2 of 3)

Jf        4      2      65       Scholastic Population 1842 (part 3 of 3)

Jf        9      3      241     Was there a Scuffle in Dandridge, 1802? Polly Greene vs. Elizabeth All/Auld

Jf        9      1      35       Will Book 1792-1810, part 1 – A complete transcript from the book plus probate data added!

Jf        9      3      231     Will Book 1792-1810, part 2

 

Johnson County

Jhn      5      4      164     1850 Slave Schedules – 49 owners, 204 slaves.

Jhn      3      4      170     Bible Records (repr)

Jhn      9      4      274     Johnson Co. area included in Carter Co. tax list 1798.

Jhn      4      4      64       Wills and Inventories Abstracts 1836-1872

 

Knox County

Kx      9      1      50       1820 Census of Manufactures – Details 103 establishments; have some whiskey!

Kx      8      4      223     “Hidden Treasures of Copper Ridge Mines” (repr)

Kx      2      3      125     “Holston Journal” Newspaper 1863

Kx      7      2      78       King, Rev. Richard H., 1767-1825, biography – North Carolinan, moved to west Knox Co.

Kx      7      2      74       King, Rev. Richard H., letters to, 1816-1825

Kx      7      2      47       King, Rev. Richard H. and family

Kx      7      2      52       King, Rev. Richard H., Journal, 1819-1823, Knox Co. – Fantastic daily acc’t; trials, neighbors.

Kx      7      3      139     King, Rev. Richard H., updates and corrections

Kx      5      1      26       Kingston Pike: An Historic Highway (part 1 of 4) – Early history of this major artery.

Kx      5      3      121     Kingston Pike: An Historic Highway (part 2 of 4)

Kx      5      4      159     Kingston Pike: An Historic Highway (part 3 of 4)

Kx      6      2      47       Kingston Pike: An Historic Highway (part 4 of 4)

Kx      5      1      10       Land Patents in Jefferson and Knox, formerly Greene, 1794

Kx      4      1      10       Lones, Jacob, farm

Kx      3      4      162     McBath Cemetery Inscriptions

Kx      3      3      106     Tax List 1806 (part 1 of 3) – Complete transcription.

Kx      3      4      160     Tax List 1806 (part 2 of 3)

Kx      4      3      103     Tax List 1806 (part 3 of 3)

Kx      5      2      75       Wills 1792-1799, from Book O – Complete transcription.

 

Loudon County

Loud   8      4      269     Letters Left in Loudon Post Office, Jan. 1853

Loud   5      1      14       Letters Left in Loudon Post Office, Feb. 1853

Loud   4      3      122     “Loudon Free Press” Newspaper Abstracts 1852-1853

 

Marion County

Mar    6      2      82       Letters Left in Jasper Post Office, 1835

 

McMinn County

McM  4      2      81       Bank Directors of the Athens Bank, 1840-1842

McM  6      2      82       Letters Left in Athens Post Office, 1835

 

Meigs County

Mgs    9      1      28       School Population for 1838 – Lists heads-of-households plus number of schoolage children.

 

Miscellaneous

Misc   6      3      114     Antique “Ogee” Clocks

Misc   5      4      170     Early Methods, Manners, and Customs – How it was done, and why.

Misc   6      4      170     Evaluating and Analyzing Sources – Giving weight to various sources.

Misc   7      4      194     Humorous Tombstone Inscriptions

Misc   5      3      111     Rx: Take 9 Head Lice in a Tea… – …and other useful remedies.

Misc   8      1      32       Stereoscopes and Construction of the CSRR (Roane Co.) – Views of this railroad being built.

Misc   2      4      158     Tennessee Adoptee Search/Support Group

Misc   9      2      148     Thomas Jefferson: Did or Did Not He Father Children by Sally Hemings?

Misc   9      2      159     Thomas Jefferson: Review: A Critical Evaluation of the article, “Sally Hemings's Children: A Genealogical Evaluation of the Evidence.”

Misc   9      1      17       What’s Your Opinion? – All about what our subscribers want, like, etc.

 

Monroe County

Mnr    5      4      180     1820 Census of Manufactures – Lists 11 establishments.

Mnr    4      2      82       Candidates for Office, March 1840

Mnr    4      2      54       Copper and Gold Mines (repr)

Mnr    9      4      293     Logging Camp Life and How it Ended in a Fire in Jeffreys Hell, 06 Sep 1925.

Mnr    3      4      175     Letters Left in Madisonville Post Office, Feb. 1839

Mnr    5      3      134     “Who Was Who” in 1911

 

Morgan County

Mor    6      2      56       1820 Census of Manufactures

Mor    8      4      250     1850 Slave Schedules – 20 owners; 101 slaves.

Mor    9      3      242     1890 Union Veterans’ and Widows’ Census – Enumerates 214 veterans or their widows.

Mor    8      1      28       Rugby Colony Papers

 

North Carolina Land Grants

NC     9      2      122     North Carolina Land Acts Affecting East Tennessee – Transcripts of the Land Act of 1777 and the Land Act of 1783

NC     9      1      1         North Carolina Land Grants in the Area now East Tennessee, part 1

NC     9      2      67       North Carolina Land Grants in the Area now East Tennessee, part 2 – Lists, lists, and more lists!

NC     9      3      189     North Carolina Land Grants in the Area now East Tennessee, part 3

 

Polk County

Plk      4      2      54       Copper and Gold Mines (repr)

Plk      6      2      82       Letters Left in Columbus Post Office, 1835

Plk      7      3      111     Revenue Raid 1900 (repr)

 

Rhea County

Rhe     6      1      37       1820 Census of Manufactures – Fairly small; 20 establishments.

Rhe     6      2      82       Letters Left in Washington Post Office, 1835

Rhe     9      2      130     Wills and Inventories 1825-1840; index and guide.

 

Roane County

Ro      8      1      36       1820 Census of Manufactures – Details 39 establishments.

Ro      3      2      70       Early Rockwood Settlers (Memorial Park)

Ro      6      2      82       Letters Left in Kingston Post Office, 1835

Ro      8      1      1         Meigs, Return J., Journal at Southwest Point 1801-1807 – Keeping whites and Indians appeased.

Ro      8      4      252     Rittenhouse Academy (repr)

Ro      8      1      32       Stereoscopes and Construction of the CSRR (Roane Co.) – Views of this railroad being built.

Ro      9      3      250     Tax List for 1805 – With the actual images – decipher it yourself!

 

Scott County

Sct      7      4      173     1850 Slave Schedules – 36 slaves, listed by name.

Sct      8      4      253     Huntsville Academy (repr)

 

Sevier County

Sev     5      2      84       1820 Census of Manufactures – Details 50 establishments.

Sev     7      1      31       1850 Slave Scheules – 80 owners; 397 slaves.

Sev     9      4      304     Petitions, 1788, from illegally-settled settlers in Indian Territory, south of French Broad and Pigeon.

Sev     9      1      12       Sevierville Republicanism – John B. Waters, Jr., reminisces about political shenanigans.

Sev     4      1      31       “Who Was Who” in 1911

 

Sullivan County

Sul      6      2      56       1820 Census of Manufactures

Sul      5      1      15       1850 Slave Schedules – Large! 234 owners, about 800 slaves.

 

Unicoi County

Uci     9      4      274     Unicoi Co. area included in Carter Co. tax list 1798.

Uci     3      3      135     Will Index 1878-1947

 

Washington County

Wa     8      4      247     1820 Census of Manufactures – Only two; Embree’s Iron Works produced $15,000.

Wa     9      3      185     An Autumn Stroll Through Jonesborough – Pictures of their historic district.

Wa     5      2      53       Building the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad (repr)

Wa     6      4      169     First Landowners in Jonesborough

Wa     6      2      72       Guide to Inventories of Estates 1779-1821

Wa     4      1      17       History of Washington College (repr)

Wa     6      4      155     Jonesborough Residents in the 1850s, Recalled by Ross Smith

Wa     6      4      168     Jonesborough Residents in early 1800s, Recalled by R. Chester

Wa     4      3      95       “My Youth in Jonesborough and My Life on the Railroad” (repr)

Wa     2      2      58       Township Map, c1845

Wa     3      3      125     “Washington Republican and Jonesboro Advertiser” newspaper 1837

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