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Andrew Jackson to The Nashville Bank, October 11, 1811

Andrew Jackson to The Nashville Bank, October 9, 1811

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, July 24, 1811

Nashville Army Headquarters, January 7, 1812

The Nashville Bank to Andrew Jackson, February 19, 1812

Nashville Army Headquarters, January 6, 1812

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, July 7, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, September 4, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, August 24, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, September 14, 1813

Nashville Examiner, September 9, 1814

Jackson, Andrew. Nashville. To Thomas Lear

Jackson, Andrew. Nashville. To Thomas Lear

Letters from Colonel John Williams [Letter dated Knoxville, Sept. 29, 1815 to Adam Huntsman and one dated Knoxville, Sept. 21, 1815 to Capt. Wm. King] The originals of the above letters are in my possession; and may be seen by any person on appl

Attention. The committee of arrangement is authorized to state to the citizens of Nashville and its vicinity, that General Jackson, will arrive at Nashville, on Monday next .... The citizens of the town and neighborhood, are all respectfully inv

Proposals for publishing by subscription the life of Major General Andrew Jackson, comprising a full history of the late war in the south, from the commencement of the hostilities with the Creek Indians, to the defeat of the British before New O

Jackson, Andrew. Nashville. To Thomas Lear

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, June 13, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, October 19, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, August 20, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, October 19, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, August 19, 1816

Abstract of provisions, issued from the to the troops of the United States, stationed at by under special contract. [Nashville, Tenn. 1819].

Nashville Bank to Andrew Jackson, June 6, 1820

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Citizens, April 14, 1825

In honor of the election of our distinguished fellow-citizen General Andrew Jackson, to the presidency of the United States, you are respectfully invited to attend a ball in Nashville ... Nashville, December 10, 1828.

... Murder will out !! Truth is mighty and shall prevail! Four years ago I charged General Andrew Jackson, in an address printed and published in Nashville, with various acts of cruelty and dishonesty when acting officially ... [Signed] Jesse Be

Some account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson

... To the public. The following document, in the form of a letter to Mr. James Jackson, has been presented to him, and he has refused to answer [accusing General Jackson and others of fraudulent land deals] Nashville Banner and Nashville Whig.

Murder will out!! Truth is mighty and shall prevail ! Four years ago I charged General Andrew Jackson, in an address printed and published in Nashville, with various acts of cruelty and dishonesty when acting officially ... Jesse Benton. City Ho

To the public. It will be recollected, that in a publication which I felt it my duty to make on the 9th of April last, in relation to the punishment of John Wood, I spoke of Doctor James L. Armstrong, the reputed author of "A Tennessean," as "an

Andrew Jackson to Nichol & Hill of Nashville, August 4, 1829

The hermitage drawn by T. Birch, from a description funished by a friend at Washington, D.C. ; engraved by J.W. Steel

To the public. A publication of Col. Robert Armstrong in the Nashville Republican of this day, seems to demand a brief notice from me ... Felix Grundy. Nashville, July 24, 1833.

Texas meeting in Nashville [Nashville, 184-].

Nashville Swamp-Warbler. 1. Male. 2. Female. (Swamp spice. Ilex prinoides.)

131. The Black-throated Blue Warbler (Sylvicola canadensis). 132. He Cape-May Warbler (Sylvicola maritima). 133. The Nashville Warbler (Syvicola ruficapilla).

Nashville, July 6, 1844. Dear Sir:--- The Democracy of Tennessee, acting through the Central Committee appointed by their State convention, propose to hold a mass meeting at this place on the 15th of August next ....

List of Senators of the General Assembly, of the State of Tennessee, convened at Nashville on the furst Monday in October, 1849 - whose election extends for two years from the second day of August, 1849. Prepared by Ramond B. Sloan, for the memb

Henderson & Nashville Railroad Co., Tuesday, July 12, 1853 (Recommendation for William Bewley)

Nashville, [Tennessee].

National Military Cemetery, Graves, Nashville, Tenn.

The Hermitage entrance, Nashville, Tenn.

The Suspension Bridge, Nashville, Tenn.

National Military Cemetery, Graves, Nashville, Tenn.

The Suspension Bridge, Nashville, Tenn.

The Hermitage entrance, Nashville, Tenn.

Topographical map of Nashville, Tenn. /

Sir John B. Morris / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Barracks in Nashville

Sir John McClelland / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Barracks in Nashville

Sir Jas. McCallum / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

[Unidentified man in Masonic regalia including gauntlets, belt, sash, and Knights Templar hat with sword] / C. C. Giers, Nashville.

Barracks in Nashville

The general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, south. Convened in Nashville, Tennessee, on the first day of May 1858 / drawing by A.F. Bellows, New York : engraved by J.C. Buttre, New York.

Sir John Frizzell / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864

Topographical Map of the Battle Field of Nashville, Tenn., 15th & 16th Dec. 1864. Prepared under the direction of Col. Wm. E. Merrill, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Cumberland, By Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Inspector R. R. Defences, Dept. of the Cumberland. Surveyed by Chs. Peseux & John H. Willett, 1864-[186]5. Drawn by Chs. Peseux.

Mr. W. H. Crisp, Lessee and manager of Crisp's gaiety, New Orleans; Savannah and Augusta, Georgia; Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee; Montgomery and Huntsville, Alabama; and manager of the Parodi grand Italian opera company. Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Cris

Sir Morton B. Howell / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

Map of Nashville, Tennessee.

[Captain Charles Nagel, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Bridge over the Cumberland River on the Louisville and Nashville R. R..

Railroad depot at Nashville, Tenn.

[Captain Andreas Winter, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

[Brigade Commisariat Captain Edward Mueller, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, bust portrait, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Entrance to office of Sanitary Commission. No. 8 Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn.

Hospital ship, Nashville

[Captain William Urlan, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

View from the portico of the State House, Nashville, Tenn., looking south east.

Railroad depot at Nashville, Tenn.

[Lieutenant Robert A. Wolff, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

[2nd Lieutenant Julius Richardt, Union officer in the 24th Illinois Infantry Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Railroad depot at Nashville, Tenn.

[2nd Lieutenant Valentine Koehler, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Bridge over the Cumberland River on the Louisville and Nashville R. R..

[Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad tracks at the foot of Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tenn.]

Maj. Gen. Thomas / A.S. Morse, photographer, Dep't. of the Cumberland, Branch of Hd. Qrs., 25 Cedar Street, Nashville, Tenn.

View from the portico of the State House, Nashville, Tenn., looking south east.

View from the portico of the State House, Nashville, Tenn., looking south east.

Attempt of blowing up the train from Nashville to Stevenson by means of torpedoes on the R.R. truck in the Cumberland tunnel. . . .Oct. 25-26, 1863

[Captain Frederick "Ned" Trenk (Trenck), Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Bridge over the Cumberland River on the Louisville and Nashville R. R..

[William Wagner, a surgeon in the 24th Illinois Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

[Captain William J. Hahn, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

[Captain Frederick Ludwig (Lodewig), Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Chattanooga, Tenn. (vicinity) Nashville & Chattanooga railroad at foot of Lookout Mountain

General view of the city of Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville Tennessee U. S. Military Telegraph, Saturday, April 12, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

The campaign in Kentucky--The national troops under General Johnston advancing on the Louisville and Nashville Turnpike, overtaken by the equipage and baggage train on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad / from a sketch by our special artist with General Buell's command. The campaign on the Potomac--Unsuccessful attempt of the Rebels to destroy dam no. 5, on the upper Potomac, near Williamsport, Maryland, December 1861 / from a sketch by Capt. Henry Bacon of the 13th Massachusetts volunteers.

Sketch of the CSS Nashville

Appeal to the people of Tennessee ... Andrew Johnson. Executive office. Nashville, March 18th 1862.

Topographical sketch of the environs of Nashville, Tennessee /

Gunboats on the Cumberland River, near Nashville Tennessee, Carondolet in front

[Supply Steamers at Nashville, Tennessee]

[Tenn. - Nashville - "the railroad bridge over the Cumberland..."]

Bird's eye view of the tidal docks at Southampton, showing the relative positions of the Nashville and the Tuscarora

Proclamation. Executive office. Nashville, Tenn., May 9, 1862. Whereas certain persons, unfriendly and hostile to the government of the United States, have banded themselves together.. and are now going at large ... plundering Union citizens whe

129th Reg + ILL Volls. [sic] at camp "Lady Polk," Nashville, Tenn