A. Patterson's affidavit of loyalty to the Union. Patterson swears he was never disloyal to the Union and "has never been guilty of any of the disqualifications specified in the Act of February 25, 1867."
Letter written at Carnton Plantation, Franklin, Tennessee, from Dr. Alexander Jackson to his wife, Unis Jackson, in Jackson, Tenessee, describing Colonel McGavock's Confederate cemetery from the Battle of Franklin.
Statement of differences form of W. T. Robinson, 5th Tennessee Cavalry, for 9 horses lost from March-July 1865. The document states that an affidavit must be furnished of entire accountability. Signed by S. H. Mirick, examiner.
Statement of differences form of W. T. Robinson of the 5th Tennessee Cavalry for nine horses lost from March-July 1865. The document states that an affidavit of entire accountability must be furnished. Signed by S. H. Mirick, examiner.
Report from L. Wheeler, Quartermaster's Agent, detailing the loyalty to the U. S. Government of specific individuals, all of Marion County. Of the 31 persons listed only seven (Esther C. Hall, John D. Wynix, Owen R. Been, James Griffith, Margaret...
Voucher of loyalty certifying James C. Bradford as a loyal citizen as attested to by Joseph Blackburn, Assistant Assessor for the 10th Division, 3rd District of Tennessee. The certificate states that Blackburn is "well acquainted" with Bradford...
Sheet music covers; Music publishing industry; Music title pages
Sheet music cover and lyrics of the "comic song" called "The Carpetbagger." Cover shows a drawing of a carpetbagger with the spoils of Reconstruction in a large carpetbag. The song is dedicated to General Ben Butler.