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Map of the United States of America

Description: This map shows eastern portion of the United States, starting with the "Louisiana Territory" to the west. The map notes "Proposed Canals" some "Boundary Lines" and "J. M.'s Route." Some cities, bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
Date: 1815
Creator: Melish, John, 1771-1822 & Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Transcript of Letter from Emily Austin Bryan to James Bryan, 1815]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Emily Austin Bryan to James Bryan, on the 11th day of an unidentified month in 1815, discussing her illness keeping her at her father's house, a barrel of whiskey she will try to sell, and asking him to keep up the garden at home.
Date: 1815-uu-11
Creator: Perry, Emily Austin Bryan
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Letter from Elizabeth Upshur Teackle to her sister, Ann Upshur Eyre, January 18, 1815]

Description: Letter from Elizabeth Upshur Teackle to her sister, Ann Upshur Eyre. She writes about visiting her cousin Eleanor "Nelly" Jackson Dennis with George Wilson Jackson and Elizabeth "Betsy" Dennis, and meeting some nice men. She is reading Robert Ker Porter's history of Napoleon Bonaparte's Russian campaign. She updates about shared acquaintances and family matters and asks for the Eyre's to come visit her.
Date: January 18, 1815
Creator: Teackle, Elizabeth Upshur
Partner: Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library

[Letter from Elizabeth Upshur Teackle to her sister, Ann Upshur Eyre, February 19, 1815]

Description: Letter from Elizabeth Upshur Teackle to her sister, Ann Upshur Eyre, celebrating the end of the war. She writes about a big celebration with music she participated in with many friends. She talks about spending time with her cousins Abel Parker Upshur, Eleanor "Nelly" Jackson Dennis, Leah Custis Upshur, and John Custis Upshur. She also discusses the weather, politics, growing older. She urges Ann's husband, John Eyre, to go to Congress himself to sort out issues with the current politicians.
Date: February 19, 1815
Creator: Teackle, Elizabeth Upshur
Partner: Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
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