CS_00/CS_02. American South
Found in 490 Collections and/or Records:
Comprising correspondence and research materials, the Charlsie E. Berly Papers, 1975, undated, document Berly’s research for her bicentennial article, “French-American Patriot of the Revolution: Jean Baptiste Chiasson.”
Invoice for goods purchased by Bernard of Natchez, Mississippi, from Yeatman & Co. of New Orleans. Forms part of the Natchez Trace Collection.
Diary of Berndt, a tailor, written in German, documents his trip from Cracow, Poland, to Bremerhaven and his voyage to Texas aboard the Herschel with his friend Banofsky. It also describes his adventures while traveling in Texas as well as a trip to New Orleans and a tour with a minstrel show.
Invoice for dry goods sold to Miss M.C. Rail by S. Bernheimer & Bro., Port Gibson, Mississippi, and receipts for shipping and payments made by the Port Gibson Cotton Mills. Bernheimer served as receiver for the Mills during 1889. Forms part of the Natchez Trace Collection.
Legal documents concern a land transaction in South Carolina, notes due Martha Braddy estate, and a listing of John Braddy's estate sale of farm and household goods.
Bill for the Betins' expenses at St. Louis University in 1840 includes charges for tuition, room and board, books, and clothing, paid by Dr. Maconchy of Ouachita, Louisiana. Also included is an account for hardware purchased from Slark, Day, Stouffer & Co. of New Orleans, 1846. Forms part of the Natchez Trace Collection.
Papers concerning Beymer's research and writing on Civil War espionage, much of it published as magazine articles. Materials include correspondence, literary productions, notes, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and photographs.
Letter from Bieller in Providence, Louisiana, to her farm manager E.W. Brazleton in Rodney, Mississippi, concerns farm operations. Forms part of the Natchez Trace Collection.
Civil War-era diary (1864) and last will and testament (1896), of Frank Bierbower of Kentucky relate to Kentucky during and after the Civil War.
Papers document Billingslea's plantation in Warren County, Mississippi.