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    • Jim Key writing his name

    • Beautiful Jim Key was an intelligent horse who performed for nine years around the country to large crowds at expositions, world's fairs, schools, and other venues. He demonstrated his ability to read, write, spell, and in this photograph, sort...
    • approximately 1900
    • Ft. Pillow stationery

    • Lined stationery from Ft. Pillow, Tenn. Imprinted with the seal of the Confederate States of America, including a likeness of President Jefferson Davis, and the words, "Men of the South? A free-born race, They vouch a patriot line; Ready the...
    • 1861
    • Jim Key with cash register

    • Beautiful Jim Key was an intelligent horse who performed for nine years around the country to large crowds at expositions, world's fairs, schools, and other venues. He demonstrated his ability to read, write, spell, and in this photograph, sort...
    • approximately 1900
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    • by their deputies; and the Sheriffs of each county shall assign to each deputy employed in aid to himself in taking the enumeration, a certain division of his county plainly described in writing. The Sheriffs and their deputies shall respectively...
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    • hundred dollars; which forfeitures shall be recoverable in the courts of the County where the Sheriff or deputy sheriff shall reside, by action of debt or information, the one half thereof to the use of the Territory and the other half to the use...
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    • said river to the top of the blue ridge, thence along the blue ridge to the Unicoy Turnpike road thence a straight line to the nearest main source of the Chestatee; thence along its main channel, including Islands to the Chatahoochie and thence...
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    • until the disability be removed or a principal Chief shall be elected the Principal Chief and assistant Principal Chief shall at stated times receive for their services a com-pensation which shall neither be increased or diminished during the...
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    • tragical misfortune of poor Stuart, his family and friends to the number of twenty eight persons. This man had embarked with us for the western country, but his family being diseased with the small-pox, it was agreed upon between him & the Company,...
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    • We feel ourselves bound by the strongest bonds of brotherly and friendly attachment, to observe all our obligations with the U. States in the most inviolable manner. Brother, you seem to express a desire that we ought to keep friendship at home as...
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    • Jim Key letterhead

    • Beautiful Jim Key was an intelligent horse who performed for nine years around the country to large crowds at expositions, world's fairs, schools, and other venues. He demonstrated his ability to read, write, spell, and in this photograph, sort...
    • approximately 1900
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    • be acting with that humane and honest principle which is capable of producing blessings from that Supreme Power, if we were to accede to your propositions, to compel a whole nation of people, contrary to their free will and choice, to leave the...
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    • numbers? It cannot be sound reason to believe that it was proper to take the census of both nations, when all those who took reservations were limited to but 640 acres to each and every head of a family, if it was not intended that the surplus of...
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    • Jim Key telling time

    • Beautiful Jim Key was an intelligent horse who performed for nine years around the country to large crowds at expositions, world's fairs, schools, and other venues. He demonstrated his ability to read, write, spell, and in this photograph, tell...
    • approximately 1900
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    • your poor red brothers, you are the best judge; but yet we cannot for a moment withhold our sense of the humane benevolence, and benignity of the U. States, to believe that the country which has been solemnly guaranteed to the Cherokees by them,...
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    • Jim Key filing letters

    • Beautiful Jim Key was an intelligent horse who performed for nine years around the country to large crowds at expositions, world's fairs, schools, and other venues. He demonstrated his ability to read, write, spell, and in this photograph, sort...
    • approximately 1900
    • "Hope At Last!"

    • National Suffrage climbs the ratification cliff while grabbing a strong hold on Tennessee. The country focused its eyes on our state this cartoon is from the Sacramento, California, Bee.
    • 1920

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