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Cup and saucer with the alliance arms of Edward Howard of Norfolk and Mary Blount

Cup and saucer with the alliance arms of Edward Howard of Norfolk and Mary Blount

Powder Horn

William Blount

William Blount to Henry Knox, July 28, 1791, Extract

Thomas Jefferson to William Blount, March 26, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to William Blount, March 12, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to William Blount, December 24, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to William Blount, August 22, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to William Blount, August 17, 1791

William Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 10, 1792

William Blount to Josef de Jaudenes and Josef de Viar, August 10, 1792, Appointment of Choctaw Chief Ittchoomashuble

Thomas Jefferson to William Blount, November 14, 1792

Willie Blount to Samuel Donelson, December 5, 1795

Blount, William. Philadelphia. To James Henry

Blount, William. Philadelphia. To James Henry

Thomas Jefferson William Blount, January 1799, Impeachment Notes

William Blount.

Wm. Blount

William Blount, signer of the Constitution of the U.S.

Albert Gallatin to Thomas Blount, December 5, 1808.

Thomas Blount to Albert Gallatin, December 5, 1808.

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, December 24, 1812

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, June 25, 1812

Andrew Jackson to Willie Blount, January 3, 1812

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, August 7, 1812

Willie Blount to Unknown, November 21, 1812

Willie Blount to Unknown, November 21, 1812

John Cocke to Willie Blount, November 27, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Willie Blount, January 2, 1813

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 24, 1813

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 16, 1814

Willie Blount to Andrew Hynes, October 21, 1814

John Snodgrass to Willie Blount, June 13, 1814

John Sevier to Willie Blount, October 9, 1814

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, November 18, 1814

Blount, Springfield - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Blount, Hon. James H. of Georgia

Misses Blount

Bondhill, Blount - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

William Blount from "East Tennessee and the Civil War, etc"

Blount, William A - Second Artillery (36th State Troops)

Blount, H J - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi B

Blount, W A - First Cavalry (Ninth State Troops)

Blount, Jacob I - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Twenty-eighth (Gray's) Infantry, A - Cl - Louisiana

Barbara Blount Hall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Blount, J H - 1st Battalion, Reserve Cavalry

Blount, William - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Third Regiment, First Brigade, First Division, Militia, - Louisiana

[Blount Building, Pensacola, Fla.]

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Tennessee - Blount County - Maryville - ED 5-10, ED 5-11, ED 5-12, ED 5-13, ED 5-14

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Two probable new Justices to U.S. courts considered this morning by Senate. Washington, D.C., March 27. Wiley Blount Rutledge, Jr., Dean of the University of Iowa's Law School and appointee to the Supreme Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia and William O. Douglas, appointee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Douglas was confirmed, while Rutledge's name was deferred until the committee meets again. 3-27-39

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Sergeant First Class (SFC) Charles Blount, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 325th Parachute Infantry Regiment, uses an anemometer to measure air speed to determine parachuting conditions. Blount is participating in a joint Air Force and Army air-drop/air assault exercise

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Captain (CAPT) Thomas E. Blount Jr. (covered)

Sergeant Leonardo Blount of the 437th Services Squadron empties a large can of corn that is going into the evening meal during the chemical warfare exercise PURPLE PENNY '89

Soldiers of the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit help push a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the SAUDI HAIL for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

A soldier of the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit stands near the bow of the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

A tow tractor pulls a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter up the stern ramp of the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

A soldier from the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit holds the tail of a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter as it is pulled across the pier during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

An M-997 heavy expanded mobility tactical truck (HEMTT) is driven onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the SAUDI HAIL for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

Two soldiers from the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit hold up the tail of a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter as it is towed onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

A tow tractor pulls a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter to the top of the stern ramp of the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

An M-816 5-ton wrecker is driven onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the SAUDI HAIL for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

A soldier of the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit takes a break during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. The unit is loading helicopters and support equipment aboard a cargo ship for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

Soldiers of the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit hold up the tail of a covered AH-1 Cobra helicopter as it is towed onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

A soldier from the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit holds the tail of a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter as it is pulled across the pier during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

Two soldiers from the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit hold up the tail of a UH-1H Iroquois helicopter as it is towed onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

Soldiers of the 1181st Transportation Terminal Unit prepare to move a covered AH-1 Cobra helicopter onto the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo ship SAUDI HAIL during loading operations at Blount Island Terminal. Helicopters and support equipment of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are being loaded aboard the Saudi Hail for transport to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

Wrapped in protective covers, helicopters of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) sit on the pier at Blount Island Terminal. The helicopters are to be loaded aboard the Saudi Arabian roll-on/roll-off cargo sh SAUDI HAIL for transportation to the Persian Gulf region for Operation Desert Shield

High oblique, facing south showing the Blount Island Command, a USMC Maritime Prepositioning Facility on the St. John River north of Jacksonville. Blount Island is responsible for the maintenance of this facility, 13 deployed Maritime Prepositioning Ships (MPS) ships as well as the land prepositioning program in Norway. The facility is supported by Fleet Marine Force, Navy, Army and Coast Guard personnel

High oblique, facing northeast, of the Blount Island Command, a USMC Maritime Prepositioning Facility on the St. John River north of Jacksonville. Blount Island is responsible for the maintenance of this facility, 13 deployed MPS ships as well as the land prepositioning program in Norway. The facility is supported by Fleet Marine Force, Navy, Army and Coast Guard personnel

High oblique, northwest, of the Blount Command, a USMC Maritime Prepositioning Facility on the St. John River north of Jacksonville. Blount Island is responsible for the maintenance of materials at this location, 13 deployed Maritime Prepositioning Ships (MPS) as well as the land prepositioning program in Norway. The facility is supported by Fleet Marine Force, Navy, Army and Coast Guard personnel

From R to L: STAFF Sergeant Wright, (NALMEB/OPP Embark CHIEF) Mr. Richard Montgomery, (Blount Island Command Norway Project Officer), and the MV Villars agent discuss the load plan for 128 end items that loaded aboard the ocean going ferry, at the Norwegian port of Valsneset. All equipment loaded here had been pulled from the caves located in the Trondheim region of central Norway; and is on its way to Estonia for BALTIC CHALLENGE '97, a Partnership for Peace (PfP) exercise. The US Marine Corps has equipment stored in Norway, as part of the Norway Air-Landed Marine Expeditionary Brigade (NALMEB) Prepositioning Program. The NALMEB program contains equipment and 30 days of supplies to...

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Buford C. Blount III, Incoming Commander 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized), leads the Division parade with his staff during the Change of Command Ceremony at Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA)

Captain (CAPT) James A. Naismith Jr. (left), U.S. Navy (Ret), Brigadier General (BGEN) William T. Nesbitt, USA, Assistant Adjutant General-Army, Georgia Army National Guard, Commissioner Peter Wheeler, State of Georgia Department of Veterans Affairs, Major General (MGEN) Buford Blount. USA, Commander, 3rd Infantry Division, MGEN David Poythress, The Adjutant General of Georgia (TAG), pose for photo at the breakfast at the Savannah Electric Company before the ceremony. The first Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Korean War recognizing veterans was held Saturday, April 6, 2002 in Savannah, Georgia

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (left), U.S. Secretary of Defense, shakes hands with U.S. Army MAJ. Gen. Buford Blount, Commander, 3rd Infantry Division, upon the Secretary's arrival at Baghdad International Airport, Baghdad, Baghdad Province, Iraq, on April 30, 2003, to speak to to U.S. Army Soldiers about their successful actions during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Igor Paustovski) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld (left), U.S. Secretary of Defense, poses for a photograph with U.S. Army MAJ. Gen. Buford Blount (right), Commander, 3rd Infantry Division, upon the Secretary's arrival at Baghdad International Airport, Baghdad, Baghdad Province, Iraq, on April 30, 2003, to speak to to U.S. Army Soldiers about their successful actions during Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Igor Paustovski) (Released)

The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, left, U.S. Secretary of Defense, is escorted by U.S. Army LT. GEN. William Wallace, center, 5th Corps Commander and U.S. Army MAJ. GEN. Buford Blount, right, 3rd Infantry Division Commander, as he arrives at Baghdad International Airport to tour the city and speak with the troops on April 30, 2003. (DoD photo by STAFF SGT. Cherie A. Thurlby) (Released)

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) MG Buford C. Blount (center), Commander, 3rd Infantry Division (ID), accompanied by his wife, visits with colleagues as friends and local citizens gather for a Welcome Home Ceremony at Cottrell Field, Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA), as Soldiers assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion (H&HB), 1/3 Air Defense Artillery (ADA) and 2nd Artillery 1/3 ADA, Georgia Army Reserve (AR), return Home following the Units deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) MG Buford C. Blount (foreground left), Commander, 3rd Infantry Division (ID), listens as Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Julian Kellman, briefs members of the Color Guard, as the remaining elements of Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion (H&HB), 1/3 Air Defense Artillery (ADA) and 2nd Artillery 1/3 ADA, Georgia Army Reserve (AR), prepare for a Redeployment Ceremony at Cottrell Field, Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA), following a deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) MG Buford C. Blount (foreground), Commander, 3rd Infantry Division (ID), and remanding elements of Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion (H&HB), 1/3 Air Defense Artillery (ADA) and 2nd Artillery 1/3 ADA, Georgia Army Reserve (AR), return Home at Cottrell Field, Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA), following the Units deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) MG Buford C. Blount (center), Commander, 3rd Infantry Division (ID), accompanied by his wife, visits with colleagues during a Welcome Home Ceremony at Cottrell Field, Fort Stewart, Georgia (GA), as Soldiers assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion (H&HB), 1/3 Air Defense Artillery (ADA) and 2nd Artillery 1/3 ADA, Georgia Army Reserve (AR), return Home following the Units deployment to Iraq, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Army (USA) Specialists (SPC) Matt Blount, a Medical Specialists assigned to Task Force 163 (TF-163), gives an Iraqi child a piece of candy during the Nation's monthly immunization day program, held in downtown Kirkuk, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

A local Iraqi boy wails in agony as US Army (USA) Specialists (SPC) Matt Blount, a Medical Specialists assigned to Task Force 163 (TF-163) administers him an immunization shot, during the Nation's monthly immunization day program, held in downtown Kirkuk, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

U.S. Marine Corps CPL. Justin Lefan, center, from 1ST Battalion, 23rd Marine Division, observes as U.S. Navy Explosives Ordnance Disposal SPECIALIST 2nd Class Corey Baughmann, left, measures timer fuse cords for Explosives Ordnance Disposal SPECIALIST 2nd Class Christopher Blount before a demolition training during Exercise Natural Fire at Nginyang, Kenya, on Aug. 10, 2006. The 10-day multi-lateral field training exercise involves military personnel from East African Community nations, U.S.-based units and Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa. The exercise will focus on crisis response, military-to-military training and humanitarian events that include medical, veterinary and...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony - Blacks in Government-sponsored Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony at HUD Headquarters, [including performance by singer Tanya Blount]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony - Blacks in Government-sponsored Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony at HUD Headquarters, [including performance by singer Tanya Blount]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony - Blacks in Government-sponsored Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony at HUD Headquarters, [including performance by singer Tanya Blount]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony - Blacks in Government-sponsored Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony at HUD Headquarters, [including performance by singer Tanya Blount]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony - Blacks in Government-sponsored Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony at HUD Headquarters, [including performance by singer Tanya Blount]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony - Blacks in Government-sponsored Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Ceremony at HUD Headquarters, [including performance by singer Tanya Blount]