Steamboats; Ox teams; Laborers; Rivers; Farming; Bodies of water
A man with a hat stands next to a team of oxen. A river and a steamboat can be seen in the background. The man is standing near some wooden structures, one of which may be a barn. The name of the steamboat is the "City of Memphis."
Confederate Voucher No. 34 stating the amount of food provided to sixty mules serving in the field under Major G. A. Atkins for November 1863. The mules consumed 19,824 pounds of corn. Voucher signed by Brigadier General William A. Quarles.
Handwritten and hand-drawn Form No. 1 with categories listing date, voucher number, classes, small arms, accoutrements for muskets, miscellaneous, and remarks. These ordnance stores were to be received and issued at Nashville in the quarter ending...
Nan Ross standing in front of a Crazy quilt. The quilt was made between February and December 1898 by Nan, Mattie, and Sue Ross and their mother Elizabeth Charles Ross. It has the marriage date of Tom and Elizabeth Ross as well as the initials of...
One-page printed Form No. 5 includes categories for horses; mules; oxen; wagons; ambulances; carts; ships; schooners; sloops; steamers; boats and barges; and skiffs and batteaux in the possession of William Alonzo Wainwright, Assistant...
Letter to Beautiful Jim Key promoter A. R. Rogers from Guy Richardson, the secretary for the MSPCA (Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and the American Humane Education Society.
Key, William, -- 1833-1909; Beautiful Jim Key (Horse); Humane education -- Case studies -- History -- United States; Horses -- Case studies -- Training -- History -- United States; Horse trainers -- Case studies -- History -- United States
This letter was written by the president of the MSPCA (Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), George T. Angell, to A. R. Rogers, Beautiful Jim Key's promoter. Angell was the founder of the MSPCA
Black and white photograph of the front entrance of Gorman & Boone's Arena of Wild and Trained Animals at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. People are standing at the entrance. A carriage is located in the foreground.