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Travels on an inland voyage: through the states of New-York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee and through the territories of Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi and New- Orleans: performed in the years 1807 and 1808: including a tour of nearly six thousand miles
Covers travels through Ohio and Kentucky and observations on mammoth bones (antiquities), floating mills, land prices and navigating the Ohio. Covers types of river transportation and shipment of goods between Natchez and Kentucky.
Clark writes his brother Edmund from St. Louis reporting general news regarding the town and some of its inhabitants. He comments on the status of their nephews Benjamin O'Fallon, there with him in St. Louis, and his brother, John O'Fallon, in school…
John P. Hemby writes to the Home asking to secure a place for an orphan named Charlie Gordon. Charlie is 10-12, has no mother or father, and lives currently with his "homeless and peniless" grandmother. His father's name was Bro. C. M. Gordon, who…
Letter to W. L. Weller from E. S. Candler, Sr., in Iuka, Mississippi. Candler Sr. writes that he would like to adopt a little girl, but the Home's requirements make it unacceptable to "adopt any child under any circumstances."
Letter to the Home from Geo. Robertson in Utica, Mississippi, writing about a little girl he adopted.
"Aunt Maggie and Uncle Frank" to Corporal Louis J. Discher, Co. F, 120 Infantry, 30 Division, American Expeditionary Forces.