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Abstract Charles E. Haven begins this letter to his wife, Annie (Earp) Haven, with a description of the business that he conducted in Nashville, Tennessee. He is anxious for this business to succeed, as his dislikes depending on his wife's relatives for money. He assures her that he has done all he can to ensure his success. Haven then describes his subsequent travels in Tennessee and Kentucky, tells his wife that he hopes to be home by the first of February, and provides her with several pieces of...
Dates: 1844 January 7-9
This collection consists of one diary written in by Robert Y. McReynolds from 1835 to 1838. McReynolds primarly writes of his travels as a circuit preacher, largely in the Kentucky area. At the end of the journal he writes about various relatives.
Dates: 1835 March-1838 March