Guide to the Papers of Elizabeth J. Jackson, 1832 - 1870Manuscript MS-1106

Series List

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Series 1, Correspondence, 1820-1915

Correspondence concerning John F. Henry, his daughter, Elizabeth J. Jackson, and her husband, Nathaniel T. Jackson.

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Series 2, Speech, circa 1845

Speech by Nathaniel T. Jackson on "The Influence of Puritanism in Molding the American Character"

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Series 3, Legal Documents, 1866

Bill filed in 1866 on the sale of the Jackson farm to pay off the debts of the Jackson Estate upon Nathaniel T. Jackson's death.

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Series 4, Business Papers, 1831-1867

Consists of deeds, receipts (or registers), deeds of conveyance, credit notes, title bonds, land surveys, titles, subscription notes, and a bill of sale for 10 slaves. The records document the business affairs of John F. Henry and his business, Mr. Samuel Henry & Sons

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Series 5, Scrapbook, undated

Consists of a single page from a scrapbook, with a newspaper clipping, a photo and a letter concerning Nathaniel T. Jackson's schooling.

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Series 6, Invitations, 1848-1869

Consists of three invitations to Elizabeth J. Henry.

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