Clarksville (Tenn.) -- History.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of one document, which lists the more than 30 men of the Clarksville City Guards, Co. H, to return from the Coal Creek Insurrection in August 1892.
This collection contains one photograph of the J. S. Gillis Dry Goods Store (mainly displaying shoes), dating from around 1900.
M. S. Charles began keeping this diary in 1863. In it, he describes battalion training and events that took place around Clarksville, Tennessee. Also included are half of a military pass, a scrap of paper reading Mr Littleton, and a poem clipped from an unidentified newspaper.
The United Charities of Clarksville, Tenn., Minute Book, 1910-1925, records the attendees and synopses of reports presented at the meetings of the organization. Also included in the collection are pamphlets and loose sheets of notes that were found in the back of the minute book.