Article appearing under the title of "Agricultural Society in Middle Tennessee" in the May 1, 1838, issue of the "Tennessee Farmer" conveys the importance of not only agricultural organization on the county level, but on the state level as well.
Crayon print of James Washington Smith, Dover resident credited with showing Nathan Bedford Forrest and his Confederate troops an escape route from Grant's encirclement at Fort Donelson, February 1862.
Etching features side and front views of the Bell Tavern that was located in Lynchburg, Virginia, during the time of Andrew Jackson. The original inspiration image is credited to the Collection of Jones Memorial Library.
Etching of the second Hermitage featuring a front view of the house and side building surrounded by trees with horses in the foreground. The original inspiration image is credited to the collection of Mr. Herbert Fletcher.
Soldiers; Military Uniforms; Houses; Trees; Fences
Illustration by George Varian of a Confederate soldier leaning against a fence post gazing at a destroyed house. The caption underneath reads "The Confederate's Return - There was only the shell of the house." The image appears on page 537 of Ida...