Letter from Margaret McClarty Maxwell to her husband, Edwin W. R. Maxwell (May 16, 1805 - August 15, 1873), defending the scarcity and brevity of her previous letters and relaying family news. They had nine children.
Letter from Edwin W. R. Maxwell (May 16, 1805 - August 15, 1873) to his daughter, Cornelia, on June 7, 1863, regarding her previous letter and being wounded by a shell on his right leg on May 14, 1863.
The Rachel Carter Craighead diaries span the latter half of the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, and they provide a remarkable
look at Nashville life. Topics covered in the diary include descriptions of school life in the 1850s,...
Military depots; Military life; People; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Storehouses; Warehouses; Guards; Standing
Rear view of Eaton Depot with a soldier standing guard. The Capitol, Downtown Presbyterian Church and Maxwell House Hotel are visible in the background. An inscription in the lower left corner reads, "James F. Rusling, Nash."
This document for Pvt. John Marshall Dickey, Co. A, 44th Tenn. Inf., CSA, certified that he served in the Confederate army from October 1861 until May 1865. He was admitted to the Shackleford-Fulton Bivouac #11, in Fayetteville, Tenn. Painted...