Tennessee, East -- History.
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of an undated article entitled "An Introduction to the Ethno-History of East Tennessee: Statement of Methods" about the use of ethnic identity in archaeology, specifically at the University of Tennessee. The article also includes footnotes and a bibliography.
A collection of ledgers, deeds, receipts, correspondence, and more related to Andrew Knott and the Knott family.
This collection features a twelve-chapter manuscript of
Early Inns and Hostelries in the East Tennessee Country, 1760-1860 written by LaReine Warden Clayton.
This collection of Emory family papers contains a pocket diary from 1868, an autograph book, and a letter to Mrs. A. M. Emory in 1904.
This collection includes a ledger dated 1911 for J. R. Payne Real Estate as inscribed on the first page. The book includes information about sales, rentals, and clients of the East Tennessee-based company. Also included are some loose materials including notes, correspondence dating between 1912-1918, and company letterhead for "J. H. Payne, Farms Any Size in Any Part of East Tennessee, Timber, Mineral and Grazing Lands."
This collection contains one correspondence from James Safford. He writes about a distinguished botanist that came to measure the peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains, which are the highest in North Carolina and Tennessee. Safford goes on to note that they are the highest mountains east of the Mississippi River.
A collection of newspaper clippings, printed articles, and sketches used as research material by LaReine Warden Clayton. Most of the material relates to various historic sites, homes, and properties in the greater East Tennessee area.
This collection consists of correspondence and speeches by Moses White documenting the history of East Tennessee and the University of Tennessee. Moses graduated from East Tennessee University with a degree in law in 1850 and was an elected member of the Board of Trustees at East Tennessee University in 1877.
This collection consists primarily of manuscripts, notes, publications, correspondence, and other materials documenting Stanley J. Folmsbee's work with the University of Tennessee's History Department and with the East Tennessee Historical Society.
This collection includes material from Stanley J. Folmsbee's work with the East Tennessee Historical Society and the research he conducted into East Tennessee history.
This collection is an account book for a general store located in Henry Crossroads, Tennessee. Dates in the book run from 1831 to 1848. Some pages in the book also include what appears to be handwriting practice, likely from William Bryan's children.
This collection contains a ledger book of William Graham of East Tennessee, dated 1857-1863. Entries include records of business transactions, monies spent, slaves bought and sold, county bonds owned (in Washington and Jefferson Counties), notes owned, private land sales, and settlement of accounts.