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William Alexander papers
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Diary, typewritten transcripts of correspondence, and photostat of orders regarding a patrolling party for the New Jersey coast. Diary (1779) includes the names of the Brigandier, Field Officer, and Brigate Major; a description of courts-martial, command assignments, guard and fatigue details, complaints regarding pay, and similar matters; newspaper clippings (1825-1826); and sketches. Correspondence includes a letter (Philadelphia, Pa.; 1776 January 10) from John Hancock to Alexander, letter (Fishkill, N.Y.; 1778 October 6) from George Washington to Alexander, letter (Philadelphia, Pa.; 1778 November 26) from Henry Laurens to Alexander, and letter (Elizabeth Town, N.J.; 1778 December 1) from Alexander to Laurens concerning the conduct of the war.
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Collection contains correspondence, account books, records, sermons, and other papers (chiefly, ) of the Graham family of Virginia. Includes letters of the Rev. William Graham, Presbyterian minister and one of the founders of Liberty Hall Academy (later Washington and Lee University); material relating to the patent on Dr. William A. Graham's fire extinguisher; records () of. The William Alexander Provine Papers (), concern the career of William Alexander Provine (), retired minister of the Presbyterian Church, corresponding secretary of the Tennessee Historical Society and editor of its journal. Donor information is unknown.
William Alexander won the National Book Award in for his first book, Goblin Secrets, and the Earphones Award for his narration of the audiobook. He has since written three more novels for Middle Grade audiences: Ghoulish Song, Ambassador, and Nomad/5(13). General Joseph Graham and his papers on North Carolina Revolutionary history; with appendix: an epitome of North Carolina's military services in the Revolutionary War and of the laws enacted for raising troops by Graham, William A. (William Alexander),
William Alexander Hammond () Source. Neurologist, surgeon general of the u.s. army. Prewar Experience. William Alexander Hamilton was born in Annapolis, Maryland, in and received his M.D. from the University of the City of New York in He spent a year working at the Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia before moving to Saco, Maine, to establish a medical practice. William Alexander, Lord Sterling was one of George Washington's most loyal military subordinates during the American Revolution. Sterling previously served as a supply officer during the French and Indian War, where he first met George was commissioned as a Brigadier General by Congress in
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Catalogue of Islamic Seals and Talismans in the Ashmolean Museum (Ashmolean Museum Oxford)
William Alexander Smith was a textile manufacturer and William Alexander papers book of Ansonville, North Carolina. Collection includes correspondence, account books, business records, and other papers, relating to Smith's career as a merchant, cotton textile manufacturer, farmer, and investor.
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OK Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers Hardcover – Aug by William Alexander Clouston (Author) › 4/5(1). Papers of William Alexander Percy () concerning the wealthy Greenville, Mississippi-raised planter, lawyer, noted poet and memoirist, whose father, Leroy Percy, served as U. Senator from Mississippi, ; consisting of loose manuscript items transferred from William Alexander papers book Stuart Wright Book Collection volume of Percy's poems, entitled Enzio's Kingdom and Other Poems; also Stuart Wright's.
Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers - Kindle edition by Clouston, William Alexander. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers.4/5(1).
Creator Yancey, William Alexander Call number Sc MG Physical description.2 linear feet Preferred Citation [Item], William Alexander Yancey papers, Sc MGSchomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, The New York Public Library.
General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History: With Appendix: an Epitome of North Carolina's Military Services in the Revolutionary War and of the Laws Enacted for Raising Troops: Author: William Alexander Graham: Publisher: Edwards & Broughton, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Oct 11 4/5(2).
William Sample Alexander was the son of Hezekiah Alexander (), a prominent early settler of Mecklenburg County, N.C. The collection is a diary,kept by William Sample Alexander of Mecklenburg County, N.C. William Joseph Alexander (born October 9, ) is an American writer and academic.
He is an adjunct professor in liberal arts at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, located in Montpelier, Vermont. He won the annual National Book Award for Young People's Literature recognizing his debut novel, Goblin Secrets, which was published by Margaret K.
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Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away. William Alexander's Books. likes. The official fan page for news about and from William Alexander, author of THE $64 TOMATO, 52 LOAVES, and the. William Alexander papers. William Alexander was a Revolutionary War officer and district surveyor in Carlisle, Cumberland County.
A small collection of the official papers of William Alexander including receipts, warrants, and memoranda on the surveying of military bonus lands in Cumberland County.
The papers of William A. Alexander, farmer, businessman, West Virginia State Senator (), and local public office holder in Mason and Putnam Counties.
The collection includes receipts, ledger sheets documenting accounts, correspondence, deeds, contracts, court papers, wills, election notices for the Virginia State Agricultural Society. The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Volume IV, by Graham, William A. (William Alexander), ; Hamilton, Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac, ; Williams, Max R.
(Max Ray); North Carolina. State Dept. of Archives and History; North Carolina. Office of Archives and History; North Carolina. Division of Archives and History.
The William A. Alexander Papers include biographical information, administrative and office files, publications, newspaper clippings, and information on family members and other individuals. The bulk of the collection is composed of correspondence, located within the second series, to Alexander while he was head football coach at Tech.
William Alexander Carter Letterbooks,BANC MSS P-M William A. Carter Accounts,BANC MSS P-M William A. Carter Papers (unbound), BANC MSS P-M Edgar N. Carter Papers, [circa ], BANC MSS P-M Views relating to Fort Bridger, Wyoming and the family of William Alexander Carter, BANC PIC Get this from a library.
William Alexander papers, [William Alexander; United States. Congress.;] -- Letter from George Washington, at headquarters, White Plains, N.Y., to William Alexander "Lord Sterling" and a resolution from U.S.
Congress commending Lord Sterling on his capture of. Manuscript/Mixed Material George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to William Alexander, Lord Stirling, October 9, Enlarge View 2 images in sequence.
Manuscript/Mixed Material George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: William Maxwell to William Alexander, Lord Stirling, July 3,three. The Pugh brothers, William Whitmell Hill and Alexander Franklin, along with half brother Thomas, moved to Louisiana in from North Carolina and settled on Bayou Teche.
memoranda books, invoices, bills, receipts, account books and papers, cash book, promissory notes, payroll lists, plantation records, school papers and reports, United.Papers of William Alexander Deans - Collection [Note: What follows is a description of the documents in this collection which are available for use at BGC Archives in Wheaton, Illinois, USA.
The actual documents are not, in most cases, available online, only this description of them. Nor are they available for sale or rent.].Papers of Governor William Alexander MacCorkle Ar FROM: Abney, George W.
TO: William A. MacCorkle DATE: October 1 SUBJECT: Present Population of State FROM: Am. Book Co. TO: William A. MacCorkle DATE: October 29 SUBJECT: State Census in West Virginia NUMBER: FROM: American, The TO: William A. MacCorkle.