The Civil War and its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives - 15 Matching Results

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[Card of thanks]

Description: Newspaper clipping that is a card of thanks for all the friends and family of Mr. and Mrs. Griffin who supported them after the death of their son, Roy.
Date: April 11, 1904
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[Letter from N. H. McGee to Birdie McGee and Mary Moore, March 4, 1904]

Description: Letter from N. H. McGee to Birdie McGee and Mary Moore in which he says that they have had a blizzard. He also gives updates on the health and activities of family members. He gives an account of the growth of two children, Lillian and Henry. He reports that Mariah Rucker had died. He writes about financial matters, collecting fines, and investigating thefts. He says he works as a game warden. He says that there are many empty houses in Gallatin Tennessee for rent or sale.
Date: March 4, 1904
Creator: McGee, N. H.
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[Letters from William McKinely and Birdie McGee to Claude and Linnet Moore White, March 30, 1904]

Description: Letter from Will McKinley to Claude and Linnet Moore White in which the author says that he misses Texas and intends to come back. He describes the illness and death of his mother. He also thanks Claude White for his kindness to Birdie McGee. Birdie writes that she has visited the Shaw's garden, which she said had received 27,00 visitors the day she visited. She gives a description of the exhibit and buildings. She is afraid that they have made a bad move. Both she and Will liked the Dallas area better. Will thinks it would be better to move and live with "father and aunt Ellen." She regrets that she sold so many of her belongings before the move. She said that she experienced a "real winter" while she was in St. Louis. She says she will send a picture of Mattie. Vada Dobbins married Mr. Parker and started for Texas. She became ill in Memphis and died in a few hours.
Date: March 3, 1904
Creator: Mckinely, William & McGee, Birdie
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[United States Land Office Deed, January 2, 1904]

Description: Deed from the United States Land Office, Department of the Interior, for Bob Perryman of Dexter, Chaves County, New Mexico. The property, 156.67 acres, was bought for $39.17. The Desert Lands Acts of 1877 and 1891, under which this land deal was made possible, was designed to sell arid land with the condition that the buyer develop the property and irrigate it.
Date: January 2, 1904
Creator: Leland, Howard
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