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Ringgold, James Trapier

Richard B. Lee to James Madison, April 20, 1815. Also signed by Tench Ringgold.

Richard Brand Lee to James Madison, February 15, 1816. Also signed by Tench Ringgold.

James Madison to Tench Ringgold, July 12, 1831.

Ringgold, Saml - State: [Blank] - Year: 1835 - File Number: R127

Ringgold, S - State: Maryland - Year: 1842 - File Number: R184

Major Samuel Ringgold: of the flying artillery at the Battle of Palo Alto, (Texas) May 8th 1846

Major Ringgold: mortally wounded

The fall of Major Ringgold

The death of the gallant Major Ringgold

On to the charge! Inscribed to the memory of Major Ringgold . . .

The death of the gallant Major Ringgold

Palo Alto Triumphant - Grand March...to the memory of the late Major Ringgold

Commodore C. Ringgold USN

Commodore C. Ringgold USN

Commodore C. Ringgold USN

Headquarters of Gen. Geo. H. Thomas, Ringgold, Georgia

House of John Rose (i.e. Ross), near Ringgold [i.e. Rossville Gap], Ga.

Ringgold, John L - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Ringgold, Benjamin - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 11th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Misc Cards, E-Y - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Charge of Colonel Creighton's brigade at the Battle of Ringgold

Ringgold, Chs - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 11th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Misc Cards, E-Y - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Pennsylvania - Jefferson County - Ringgold - ED 33-38

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Children's shoes and clothes, Alfred Atkinson family near Shannon City, Ringgold County, Iowa

Mrs. Atkinson and baby. Atkinson rents from an estate and has eighty acres of very poor land on which to support his family of nine. Mrs. Atkinson walked fifteen miles to the relief office to get aid for the family, near Shannon City, Ringgold County, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Part of Alfred Atkinson family, a tenant farmer of eighty acres near Shannon City, Ringgold County, Iowa

Alfred Atkinson and two of the eldest sons, near Shannon City, Ringgold County, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

One of Ed Boltinger's children. Boltinger is a tenant of an insurance company farm, near Ringgold, Iowa

Barn on farm of Clifford Hainline, tenant farmer near Ringgold, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

House of Lawrence Furbura, a Bohemian farmer near Diagonal, Iowa. He rents the farm from his father. There is a Bohemian colony in this vicinity which is inhabited by the most prosperous farmers in Ringgold County, Iowa

Mrs. Ed Boltinger and one of her children on farm near Ringgold, Iowa

Two children of John Scott, a hired man living near Ringgold, Iowa

John Scott, hired man in Ringgold, Iowa

Building on Charles Barnhard Farm near Ringgold, Iowa. This farm is now abandoned

Gernie Marshall, tenant of a 115 acre farm near Ringgold, Iowa. There have been no crops for three years, and the family is thinking of moving to California

Daughters of John Scott, hired man near Ringgold County, Iowa

One of Ed Boltinger's children. Her father is a tenant of an insurance company farm near Ringgold, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Two children of John Scott, a hired man living near Ringgold, Iowa

Backporch of farmhouse on J.H. and Ellis Cline's one hundred and eight acre farm which they rent from an estate. Northeastern corner of Ringgold County, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Jeny Furbura, one of the Bohemian farmers of Ringgold County, Iowa

Garage on J.H. and Ellis Cline's farm in northeastern part of Ringgold County, Iowa. They rent one hundred eighty acres of land from an estate

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Two children of John Scott, a hired man living near Ringgold, Iowa

One of John Scott's children recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia, Ringgold, Iowa

John Scott, hired man in Ringgold, Iowa

Residence of John Scott near Ringgold County, Iowa. He is a hired farm hand, but has had no recent work other than Works Progress Administration (WPA)

Gernie Marshall and family, near Ringgold, Iowa

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

House on Charles Barnhard Farm near Ringgold, Iowa. The farm is now abandoned

Mrs. John Scott, wife of a hired man and one of her six children, near Ringgold, Iowa

Mrs. Gernie Marshall, near Ringgold, Iowa

Dixie Motel, Ringgold, Georgia

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Allen Ringgold (left), and USAF AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Brett Caskey, both Refueling Maintenance Mechanics assigned to the 20th Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS), work on an air conditioner compressor at Shaw Air Force Base (AFB), South Carolina (SC)

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Michael R. Brandon from Ringgold, Ga. and Kato, his military working dog, participate in bomb detection training.

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King fly over the Theresa Hotel, in a mural by Faith Ringgold, 1996, at West Side IRT Station, 125th Street, Harlem, 2011

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- A piece of metal, that was sent flying from the tornado of April 27, 2011, is embedded in the facade of the Taco Bell in Ringgold. Many businesses and homes in Ringgold, Catoosa County, were severely damaged from the storm. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- The Ace Hardware store is wrapped in aluminum siding that flew through the air from the powerful tornado that struck Catoosa County on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- The front windows of the Ace Hardware store remained intact while the rear of the building was heavily damaged from the tornado that ravaged the area on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- FEMA DAE Kevin Dionne directs a resident of Ringgold to the proper help station at the Catoosa County Disaster Recovery Center. Ringgold was in the direct path of a tornado that struck on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- The residents of Ringgold take time from cleaning up their damaged town to remember veterans, and take part in the National Day of Prayer. Ringgold, in Catoosa County, was hit by a powerful tornado on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- A scorched hillside, and what's left of a house, in Catoosa County, after a tornado swept through on April 27, 2011. President Obama declared the county a Major Disaster on April 29. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- The remains of a car wash in Catoosa County. The area was hit by a powerful tornado on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 5, 2011 -- The remains of a gas station/convenience store off Interstate 75 in Catoosa County, Georgia. The town was hit by a tornado on Wednesday, April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 7, 2011 -- Secretary Napolitano talking to one of the little residents of Ringgold about the tornado. The Secretary visited with members of the community of Ringgold at the First Baptist Church.

Tornado - Griffin, Ga. , May 10, 2011 -- Griffin, GA, May 10, 2011 -- Carolyn Lipscomb (Right), Executive Co-Director of the Disaster Distribution Center in Ringgold, gives Gracia Szczech, FEMA Field Coordinating Officer, a tour of the facilities. Clothing, food, and household supplies have been donated for survivors of the tornado that swept through the community on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

The death of Major Ringgold

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 8, 2011 -- DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano stopped in Cherokee Valley, Ga. , near Ringgold, to see the destruction of the April 27, 2011 tornado. She met with residents who lived through the tragic event. She was joined by Charley English, Director of Georgia's Emergency Management Agency. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 8, 2011 -- DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano meets with residents of Ringgold at the First Baptist Church during her visit to the tornado ravaged area. With her are Tom Stufano (Left) Chief of Staff of the Georgia disaster, and FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, Gracia Szczech (Right). Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tornado - Ringgold, Ga. , May 8, 2011 -- DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano (center) speaks with a volunteer from Tennessee (left) who came to help with the clean-up of Cherokee Valley, near Ringgold. The area suffered not only damage to homes and businesses, but also loss of life, from a tornado on April 27, 2011. With her is FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Gracia Szczech. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Tench Ringgold to Robert Butler, December 5, 1814

Tench Ringgold to Robert Butler, December 5, 1814

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, February 18, 1809.

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, February 18, 1809.

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, February 18, 1809.

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, August 5, 1827.

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, August 5, 1827.

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, August 5, 1827.

James Madison to John P. Van Ness, March 10, 1815. Also addressed to Richard B. Lee, Tench Ringgold.

James Madison to John P. Van Ness, March 10, 1815. Also addressed to Richard B. Lee, Tench Ringgold.

James Madison to John P. Van Ness, March 10, 1815. Also addressed to Richard B. Lee, Tench Ringgold.

Supreme court of the U. States. January term 1834. No. 64. The United States, Plaintiff in error, versus Tench Ringgold. Statement for plaintiff in error. [Washington, 1834].

Supreme court of the U. States. January term 1834. No. 64. The United States, Plaintiff in error, versus Tench Ringgold. Statement for plaintiff in error. [Washington, 1834].

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, May 23, 1816.

Tench Ringgold to James Madison, May 23, 1816.

The Jobe house. Ringgold, Ga.

The Jobe house. Ringgold, Ga.

Samuel L. Southard to T. Ringgold, August 1, 1827.

Samuel L. Southard to T. Ringgold, August 1, 1827.

The death of Ringgold

The death of Ringgold

The death of Ringgold