Kingsport (Tenn.) -- History.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Elizabeth Goshen Indenture
This document certifies that Elizabeth Goshen (widow of Jacob Goshen) and her children James, Alexander, Caroline, Mary, and Susan sold Lot #5 on First Street in Kingsport, Tennessee to James Haggard of Hawkins County for $20.00.
Jacob Myers Indenture
This document certifies that Jacob and Eliza Myers sold Lot #11 on Second Street in Kingsport, Tennessee to John Patton in exchange for Lot #9 so that it could be used to benefit the Presbyterian Church.
James Lynn Broadside
This broadside, issued by James Lynn on December 22, 1875, begs his debtors to come forward and pay up. Lynn, a produce merchant from Kingsport, Tennessee, claims his own creditors are demanding immediate payment and even offers to buy back his produce at full market value in lieu of repayment in cash. He also informs his customers that he will be postponing any further general credit to be issued until more money is available.
Kingsport Graduate Study Program Brochure
This collection houses a handbook describing the University of Tennessee's Kingsport Graduate Study Program, including information about policies and course offerings.