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Sevierville (Tenn.) -- History.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Argus Hosiery Mills Records

Identifier: MS-3139

This collection houses receipts recording sales to customers and purchases from suppliers by the Argus Hosiery Mills of Sevierville, Tennessee in 1941. Letters to customers are also included.

Dates: 1941

CCC Camp Chapman Photographs

Identifier: MS-3071

This collection consists of 12 photographs of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Chapman 1460, located near Sevierville, Tenn. Photographs depict the camp buildings and the people who worked there.

Dates: circa 1934

McMahan Family Deeds

Identifier: MS-3349

These land deeds document the tracts that the McMahan family owned in Sevierville, Tennessee during the 19th century. All of these deeds are photocopies of the originals.

Dates: 1807 June 6-1874 October 13

Mildred Sims Huff Memoirs

Identifier: MS-2538

This collection contains a copy of the memoirs of Mildred Sims Huff of Sevierville, Tenn. Huff's memoirs, completed in December 1993, chronicle the story of her life and family.

Dates: 1993

William Doherty, James Doherty, and S. Johnson Ledger

Identifier: MS-0259
Abstract In 1796, William Doherty began using this ledger to keep track of the sales he made in his general store. The items he carried included corn, whiskey, venison, beef, horse feed, fabric (including silk), casket ornaments, and sundries. James Doherty took over his business in 1800 and continued the ledger until February of 1803. The ledger then remained unused until 1870, when an otherwise unknown S. Johnson of Bellefonte (Jackson County) Alabama began using it to keep track of the business...
Dates: 1796 September 1-1803 February 8, 1870-1881 November 20