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Journal of the Kentucky Convention

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Journal of the Kentucky Constitutional Convention, held in Frankfort, on 22 July 1799.

Travels through the Western Interior of the United States, from the year 1808 up to the year 1816

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"Travels through the western interior of the United States, from the year 1808 up to the year 1816: with a particular description of a great part of Mexico, or New-Spain. Containing a particular account of thirteen different tribes of Indians through…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Jus. H. Burdin, September 25th, 1894.

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Jus. H. Burdin writes to Weller to provide a reference for the Bishops, who he says have no small children and a desire to apprentice a child. He says that the couple has the same P. O. address as himself, and asks for the necessary bonds to be sent.…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Jus. H. Burdin, September 10th, 1894.

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Jus. H. Burdin writes to Weller to provide a reference for the Bishops, who he says have no small children and a desire to apprentice a child. He says that the couple has the same P. O. address as himself, and asks for the necessary bonds to be sent.…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Thomas Rodman, September 13th, 1894.

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Thomas Rodman- President of the Farmer's Bank of Kentucky- writes to Weller regarding the recommendation of a potential adopting parent, with a mention of knowing Rev. J. K. Burdine

Letter to W. L. Weller from Hontas Miller, March 7th, 1894.

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Hontas Miller writes to the Home regarding the adoption of the Shelton children. He states that he has the papers with him, and requests that they meet him at the depot "where the train leaves for Paducah." Letter marked Frankfort, KY.

Letter to Miss Mary Hollingsworth from W. S. Bailey, April 22nd, 1892.

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Letter to Miss Hollingsworth from W. S. Bailey, a representative of Carroll County in the Kentucky State House of Representatives, writing on behalf of Mr. E. M. Dean and Mrs. E. M. Dean who want to adopt Mary Nelson from the Home. They have already…

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from W. S. Bailey, January 8th, 1892.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from W. S. Bailey of Frankfort, presumably a representative from Carroll County, who is looking to adopt. There is a mention of the "pension of the Nelson heirs."

Letter to Mr. Weller from Thomas Rodman, December 6th, 1887.

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Letter to a presumed W. L. Weller from Thomas Rodman, president of the Farmer's Bank of Kentucky in Frankfort. Rodman writes that a Mr. Greer was "slow in consenting" of giving up his children, but was willing once Rodman explained the advantages of…

Letter to Dr. Joseph B. [Marvin?] from Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, February 12th, 1886.

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Letter to Dr. Joseph B. [Marvin?] from Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, superintendent of the Kentucky Institution for the Education and Training of Feeble-Minded Children requesting a completed form so Perneice Moody can be admitted to the Insitution.