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Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 30 August 1811

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Clark writes his brother Jonathan from St. Louis about the land he wants to sell in Clark County, Indiana, and the state of his finances involving his mercantile pursuits and land. Mentions the whereabouts and health of various Clark family members,…

Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 14 December 1810

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Clark writes his brother Jonathan from St. Louis regarding his intent to sell various tracts of land he owns in Clarksville, Indiana. He wants to make sure that the elderly African Americans (assumed to be enslaved people) living there are taken care…

Letter from William Clark to Jonathan Clark, 2 September 1792

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William Clark writes to his brother Jonathan regarding his activities on recruiting duty in Kentucky and Indiana Territory. He discusses Western affairs, especially regarding Native Americans and military matters. He updates his brother on personal…

Richard Terrell and Alexander S. Bullitt land bond, 28 September 1785

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Bond from Bullitt to Richard Terrell for the purchase of land in the Illinois Grant in present Clark County, Indiana.

Map of the Falls of the Ohio

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Map of the Falls of the Ohio, from actual survey, adapted to the low water of 1819. Shows both Baker's route for a canal on the Kentucky side of the river and Flint's route for a canal on the Indiana side.

Letter to W. L. Weller from Ellen Brock, December 16th, 1894.

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Brock writes to Weller regarding her daughter, Nannie. It is implied that Nannie has been adopted and Brock went to the Home to try to get information about her whereabouts with no success. She apologizes for "that old woman that was there with me"…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Lizzie Hensley, September 27th, 1894.

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Lizzie Hensley writes to the Home regarding her two children, Fannie and Thomas. She states that they were in the Home Mission at Henderson, but when she asked about them, was told that they were sent to Louisville. She says the mission told her they…

Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from Lizzie Hensley, August 3rd, 1894.

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Lizzie Hensley writes to the Home regarding her two children, Fannie and Thomas. She states that they were in the Home Mission at Henderson, but when she asked about them, was told that they were sent to Louisville. She says the mission told her they…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Lizzie Hensley, July 27th, 1894.

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Lizzie Hensley writes to the Home regarding her two children, Fannie and Thomas. She states that they were in the Home Mission at Henderson, but when she asked about them, was told that they were sent to Louisville. She says the mission told her they…