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Contains 743 Results:

May 2, 1878. De Lany, Ed. Stanton, Cleveland, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Wants to sell bull bought from Temple three years since; has lost data as to sire and originally sent by Temple; will Temple furnish information?

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 48
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

December 28, 1893. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. More about Andrew Johnson's assessments; details about Johnson's imprisonment of certain Confederate clergymen; imprisonment of A. O. P. Nicholson; assessments not mentioned by Jefferson Davis; Tom Williams seeking Knoxville post office on opposition to Harris and Bate.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 39
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 1, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. The Negro question - lynching in the South and North, and the Republican party's attitude thereto. Enclosures: articles on lynching from New York Nation, December 7, 1893.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 6, 1894. Reeve, Felix A., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Personal and family news.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 16, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Superiority of Scotch-Irish over Puritans'; Prentice affair; Gentry's place; comments on enclosed article The Union Men of the South copied from North American Review of November 1889; extracts from Whig.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 17, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Johnson's support of Breckenridge; attitude of Geo. W. Jones, Gentry, Bell, Neil Brown, and others toward Civil War; Johnson - Jones tailor ship anecdote; Johnson's sensitiveness about his early work; appended story of Johnson's infidelity; details about Meredith P. Gentry; Johnson and Emmett Thompson.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 18, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Facts about Foote, the Mulligan Letters of Blaine, etc. scarcity of books on Tennessee history. Enclosures: extracts from Whig of May 22, 1858, June 5, 1858, July 10, 1858, about Andrew Johnson, Duff Green on Lecompton establishment of disunion paper at Chattanooga; comments on Nelson and Haynes.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 30, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Col. Lamb's letter on tariff; Douglas and Breckenridge in 1860 campaign; Mass. Puritans and protection; Jackson and Sevier; current lectures. Temple's book. Enclosures: copy of letter from Fowler on the Homestead Law.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 31, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Johnson and Gentry; anecdote about Gentry's convention of war records; postscript about Johnson's treatment of Gen. S. P. Carter.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 40
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 3, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Kenneth Rayner's Life of Andrew Johnson and its misrepresentations; vote of Tenn. by counties on June 8, 1861 (on question of secession). Enclosure: Newspaper clipping about Presbyterianism.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 41
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 7, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Col. Henry Watterson's quotation from Meredith P. Gentry; post-bellum declarations of rebels as to their attitude toward Union; secession and slavery; interview between Senator Wade and John Blevins; question about order against Andrews Johnson's arrest; Johnson - Lawrence forgery case; plan of Gen. Hindman and others to hang Johnson; postscript about sermons Johnson heard while President.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 41
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 8, 1894. Temple, Caledonia, Glen Rose, Texas. To O. P. Temple. Personal and family news.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 41
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 8, 1894. Dorsey, D. A., Kearney, Neb. To O. P. Temple. Trial of Mitchel Raiders; Pittenger's testimony.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 41
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

March 12, 1894. Doresey, D. A., Kearney, Neb. To O. P. Temple. Still searching for Arguments of Counsel and other documents in Mitchel raid case; comments on Pittenger's statements.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 42
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

March 21, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Delay in replying to Temple's letters; Temple's book; Tennessee's vote on secession by counties; more about plans of Hindman and others to kill Johnson; Gov. Foote's statements about Johnson; Johnson's threat to arrest Lee; defeat of Houk and Gibson; Houk and (Alf) Taylor; high standing of University of Virginia.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 42
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 3, 1893. Kefauver, Paul F., Madisonville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Wants copy of Proceedings of E. T. Farmers' Convention 10 or 12 years ago; published by Wallace and Meek.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 42
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 8, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Current politics - Houk and Gibson; Arnell superior to Pettibone as a helper in Temple's work; mentions various enclosures (not found); Johnson, Maynard, Tempe, Brownlow did the work for the Union in east Tennessee; attached is narrative about T. J. Powell's arrest for kindness to Brownlow when in jail; also clipping from New York Sun on death of Judge Leonidas Houk.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 42.
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 21, 1894. Brownlow, John B., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Comparative influence of east Tenn. Union leaders; book by Thomas L. Clingman; attaches Clingman's sketch of Andrew Johnson; encloses articles from Knoxville Whig of June 1, 1861; Haskell's remark about Johnson.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 42
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

May 4, 1894. Craig, Belle, Owsley, Mo. To O. P. Temple. Information on her grandfather, Robert Craig, and his descendants.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 43
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

May 24, 1894. Templeton, Belle, (Knoxville, Tenn.?) To Uncle (O. P. Temple). Thanks for berries.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 43
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909