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Records of the Samuel Family: Collected from Essays, Mss. and Other Sources

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Bibliography, Local Research Libraries and Other Sources The Jews of the UK, Ireland and Gibraltar Collected Essays. [, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (JCL) Select Pleas, Starr and Other Records from the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews. [] Rigg J.M. (ed). Inspired by Project Gutenberg, this site aspires to make accessible Hebrew literature that is in the public domain. It includes poetry, prose, and other literary forms. It also includes some recent works for which they have gotten the permission of the author.

I address critics’ questions about some of the differences in the accounts and claims that Moses plagiarized other sources in my book Archaeological Evidence for the Bible (), 32– Claims of long life spans among the ancients have been found in the records of the Egyptians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, Indians, and Chinese. Dr. Migration [edit | edit source]. Emigration to Other States from Southside Virginia. By Katherine B. Elliott. South Hill, Virginia: K.B. Elliott. 2 vols. Vol. 1 online at: Ebook download, reprints at reprints at es individuals who migrated out of Campbell County to other parts of the country.

Found in Collections and/or Records: Collection Identifier: MSS Overview Alabama Art Education Association scrapbook, Dates: Found in: The University of Alabama Libraries Special Collections / Alabama Art Education Association scrapbook. Alabama Federation of Women's Clubs, Fifth District scrapbooks. Biographical and Historical Note. Grimke family members of the United States (in Charleston, South Carolina, Chillicothe, Ohio, and elsewhere) and in England represented in the collection include John Paul Grimke (), his son, Revolutionary War soldier and intendant (mayor) of Charleston, John Faucheraud Grimke () and the latter's wife Mary Smith Grimke (); and many.


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Records of the Samuel Family: Collected from Essays, Mss. and Other Sources Records of the Samuel Family: Collected from Essays, Mss. and Other Sources by Joseph Bunford Samuel. Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes "Of this volume one hundred copies have been printed and the type distributed.

This copy for is Pages: Free 2-day shipping. Buy Records of the Samuel Family: Collected from Essays, Mss. and Other Sources at Get this from a library. Records of the Samuel family: collected from essays, mss. and other sources. [Joseph Bunford Samuel]. Records of the Samuel Family | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. Records of the Samuel Family: Collected from Essays, Manuscripts and Other Sources () by Joseph Bunford Samuel Records of the Samuel Family | This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.

Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. This collection contains printed and visual materials that pertain to the first president of Elon College, William Samuel Long.

The items in this collection are not necessarily papers that were generated by him during his tenure as president of Elon College duringbut materials that have been collected by others over the years that relate to W.S. Long. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS in the collection include published memorials, land grant records, correspondence and references to other sources.

Some of the biographical materials consist of primary research materials, autobiographies, or biographies. Family papers include Homemakers Club materials of Mrs. Sidney Atkinson,publications collected by the A.K. Craig family (), letters documenting the sweet potato sprout business of A.T.

House (), an essay by Malinda Waldrop and other materials. The collection consists of correspondence, a Powell expedition diary, manuscripts and drafts of his published and unpublished writings, research notes, some of his sketches and others by his friend Edward L.

Henry, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other printed matter. Much of the collection concerns the Colorado River and the history of. Collection List No Ormonde Papers (Additional) (SEE ALSO COLLECTION LIST No) () A collection of estate property deeds generated by the Butler family relating to properties in Counties Kilkenny, Tipperary and Carlow, as well as some properties in northern England (c) Compiled by Owen McGee, File Size: KB.

Overview: Collection consists of mounted black and white and color reproductions of modern African, Australian, European, and Asian architecture. Content varies from original photographic prints to reproductions from magazines and other published sources.

Some sections have accompanying clippings folders. Series I. Pamphlets, brochures and articles, Scope and Contents note. Radbill’s large and varied collection of “Pamphlets, brochures and articles,” which comprise series one, suggests that he had a greater interest in learning about the medical practices of the past than in collecting antiquities for their own sake, though the series does date from as far back as to The collection includes scattered political papers of John Branch, including some relating to his resignation from Andrew Jackson's cabinet as a result of the Peggy Eaton affair; journals and other documentation of Wood Lawn and Live Oak, John Branch's plantations, presumabley in Leon County, Fla.; and personal and business papers of William.

The collection of about items covers the period from to c.with the bulk dating to the s to s. The collection is divided into four series. Series I contains correspondence relating to a wide variety of topics, including French and English politics, business, trade, religious matters, and personal affairs.

Many of the items are letters of introduction. The Naval Historical Foundation Collection and Related Primary Sources. The papers of William Speiden, Jr., are one of the many collections comprising the Naval Historical Foundation Collection in the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress.

The Library of Congress also holds many other related primary resources. Search Finding Aids. Includes collections in the Southern Historical Collection, Southern Folklife Collection, Rare Book Literary & Historical Papers, University Archives, and North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives.

Browse Southern Historical Collection Finding Aids. Search University Archives. The majority of this series is comprised of handwritten sermons, both from William S. Long and Reverend James Willis Wellons (). Other items in this series, such as essays and manuscripts, offer rich details concerning W.S.

Long, his family, careers, and his role as Elon College's. His book The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, () represented a radical departure from the orthodox historiography of the black in America and won him great critical and popular acclaim. Working with birth registers kept on plantations, census data and other primary sources Gutman demonstrated in his book that the accepted view.

INDIANA HISTORY MSS. DATE RANGE: ; The Indiana History mss. consist of correspondence, diaries and other documents that were acquired from numerous sources.

Some of those of a religious nature are described as follows:Sept. Aug. Account book of Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends. Lucas family collection -- Creator: Lucas family Extent: 40 items Abstract: The Lucas family papers consist of genealogical records, newspaper clippings, and other materials about the descendants of John Ward Lucas, who moved from Middletown, Connecticut, to Lewis County, New York, in the early 19th century.

Several items pertain to. Finding Aid for the Bentley Family papers, 2 Descriptive Summary Title: Bentley Family papers Date (inclusive): Collection number: Creator: Bentley family.

Extent: 2 document boxes and 1 half document box ( linear ft.) Abstract: The Bentley family was prominent in the nineteenth-century publishing industry.

Richard Bentley ().The Manigault family collection is chiefly plantation records of the Silk Hope Plantation, Berkeley District, S.C., and the Gowrie Plantation and East Hermitage Plantation, Argyle Island, Ga. Plantation records contain information on enslaved people (including a photograph of a runaway enslaved woman named Dolly), rice growing, market conditions, the weather, and other topics.The Daniel Williams family papers document the history of the family from to The papers consist of correspondence, Civil War tax documents, bills and account statements, contracts, newspaper clippings, genealogical material, essays, poetry, cards, and miscellany.

The bulk of the materials is dated from to