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1 Title:   Urbana Union articles regarding Alexander Stephens' War Between the States  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Unknown  
  Dates:   1871  
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The collection consists of one volume containing six newspaper articles written for the Urbana Union newspaper. Articles concern Alexander H. Stephens' War between the states.
 
  Identifier:   ms2455  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Election ballot from Confederate Presidential election  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Confederate States of America  
  Dates:   1861  
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This collection contains an electoral ticket from the Confederate Presidential Election listing Jefferson Davis for President and Alexander H. Stephens for Vice President. On the back is the signature of an unknown man, John Leach.
 
  Identifier:   ms3596  
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3 Title:   Alexander H. Stephens letters  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883  
  Dates:   1850-1871  
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The collection consists of correspondence of Alexander Hamilton Stephens, two are antebellum letters written while Stephens was a U. S. Congressman representing Georgia's 7th District. The first letter was written from Washington, February 10, 1850, requesting a copy of The Daily Globe be sent to a constituent. The second letter asks a "Dr. Lee" in Washington to perform editing services for an agricultural report. The eight postwar letters are written as a private citizen in Milledgeville and Crawfordville.
 
  Identifier:   ms3900  
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4 Title:   Linton Stephens letter to Alexander Hamilton Stephens  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Stephens, Linton, 1823-1872  
  Dates:   1832, 1839 August 4  
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The collection consists of one letter dated August 4, 1839, to Alexander H. Stephens in Crawfordville, Georgia. In the letter, Linton relates the details of his travels by stage to Athens to attend the University of Georgia. Once in Athens he discusses meeting Dr. Alonzo Church and Joseph and Lewis LeConte, taking his college entrance examination, joining Phi Kappa Literary Society, and finding living accommodations and a roommate. The collection also includes one undated photograph of Alexander H. Stephens as a young man.
 
  Identifier:   ms3161  
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5 Title:   Brown family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Brown family  
  Dates:   1837-1930  
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The collection consists of papers of the Brown family from 1837-1930 including the Joseph E. Brown papers (1843-1883), the Joseph M. Brown papers (1860-1930), and the Julius L. Brown papers. The collection also includes miscellaneous materials mainly relating to Cora Brown and Joseph Grisham and an autograph collection apparently collected by Julius L. Brown which he either collected or selected from the Brown family papers. In some cases, a particular person is represented by a single item, while there are fourteen letters of Alexander H. Stephens to Joseph E. Brown discussing Reconstruction politics.
 
  Identifier:   ms785  
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6 Title:   U.S. Congressmen subscription lists  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Congressional Globe Office  
  Dates:   circa 1850, 1870, 1872  
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The collection consists of three subscription lists for orders of [reprints of] Congressional speeches to be printed at the Congressional Globe Office: undated (circa 1850), the first order is for 1,500 copies of the speech delivered by Alexander Stephens on the President's message; second order is for 5,000 copies of the speech of Hon. Noah Davis of the state of New York, on Georgia Bill, delivered in the House of Representatives, March 7, 1870, some of the subscribers' names including Noah Davis and W. Townsend; and the third order is for 1,800 copies of the speech of Hon. John S. Bigby, of the state of Georgia, on Congressional reconstruction – Georgia politics, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1872, subscribers' names including John S. Bigby and Charles M. Turner.
 
  Identifier:   ms944  
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7 Title:   United Confederate Veterans/United Daughters of the Confederacy artifacts  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   United Confederate Veterans  
  Dates:   1898-1988  
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The collection consists of 1. a poem on cork and leaflet "Confederate Cross of Honor" ; 2. metal dress hate badge of United Confederate Veterans, Macon, Ga. ; 3. three reunion buttons (two with ribbons) for 1898 and 1909 conclaves and five associated ribbons ; 4. United Daughters of the Confederacy small oval framed painting of Confederate flags, 1900 ; 5. souvenir poster of the 44th annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans ; 6. gavel made of native cedar given to the U.D.C. president general by the State of Arkansas ; 7. gavel made of wood from the home of Alexander H. Stephens and presented to the U.D.C by Robert R. Gunn with typed sheet stating these facts.
 
  Identifier:   ms1062  
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8 Title:   R.W. McCormick letter  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   McCormick, Robert Warnock, 1828-1879  
  Dates:   1855 November 20  
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Consists of one letter written by R.W. McCormick at Oglethorpe University and sent to his friend "Rachel." McCormick writes about the inauguration of Governor Herschel V. Johnson on November 7, 1855 in Milledgeville, Georgia. He writes that many in attendance represented the "beauty and chivalry of the Empire State of the South." The letter also describes that the number of women in attendance was "so numerous that they occupied most of the seats so that the legislators were obliged to stand." At the end of the letter, McCormick also gives a detailed and unflattering description of Robert Toombs and Alexander Stephens, who were both in attendance. The author of the letter is probably Robert Warnock McCormick, who attended Oglethorpe University at this time according to Allen P. Tankersley's 1951 book College Life at Old Oglethorpe. McCormick was a pastor, who lived from 1828-1879, according to the Necrological Reports and Annual Proceedings of the Alumni Association of Princeton Theological Seminary, Volume 1 by the Princeton Theological Seminary in 1891.
 
  Identifier:   ms4181  
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9 Title:   Joseph E. Brown papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Brown, Joseph E., (Joseph Emerson), 1821-1894  
  Dates:   1861-1890  
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The collection consists of a small collection of letters between Brown and B.T. Beauregard, Rufus B. Bullock, Howell Cobb, Jefferson Davis, Andrew Johnson, Alexander H. Stephens, and Henry H. Tucker mainly regarding Georgia politics during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Also contains some material relating to Brown's son, Elijah A. Brown including a 1867 diary he kept while attending the University of Georgia; newspaper clippings pertaining to the death of Joseph E. Brown and his widow; and some legal documents.
 
  Identifier:   ms2135  
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10 Title:   Linton and Hull family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Hull family  
  Dates:   1799, 1824-1873  
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The collection consists of papers of the Linton and Hull families from 1799, 1824-1873. The bulk of the collection contains correspondence (1861-1864) from William Henry Waddell, stationed in Alabama and Georgia probably with the 9th Georgia Infantry, to his cousin, Julia Hull of Athens, Georgia in which Waddell discusses military officers, camp drills, living accommodations, his health, seeing sick and wounded Confederate soldiers, seeing Union prisoners of war, visiting relatives in Montgomery, Alabama, news from home, communication with John Linton, and his plans for teaching after the war. Two letters (1853, 1858) from John S. Linton to his wife Lucy Ann Hull Linton detail Linton's business in New York, buying machinery, opinions of Boston, Massachusetts, and visits with friends. Additional correspondence includes a letter (1848) to Howell Cobb from Asbury Hull in which Hull discusses candidates for president and suggests Zachary Taylor; a letter (1849) from George G. Hull to his sister in Athens, Georgia detailing poverty in Pennsylvania and how much better their slaves live; and a letter (1873) to John Linton from Alexander Stephens pertaining to attempts by Linton to recoup financial losses on cotton destroyed as enemy property. The collection contains a 1799 copy of a 1784 land grant, an 1826 land grant, and indenture documents dated 1824. Finally included are a note written by Miss Lucy Linton (undated), regarding Dr. John L. Linton's resignation, and three newspaper clippings and obituaries of John S. Linton.
 
  Identifier:   ms585  
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11 Title:   Robert Toombs papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Toombs, Robert Augustus, 1810-1885  
  Dates:   1850-1883, 1939  
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The collection consists of correspondence of Robert Toombs from 1850-1883. Toombs writes to Julia Ann Toombs while serving in the U.S. Senate in Washington, D.C., and while serving in the Civil War. Correspondence concerns family matters with some political matters mentioned. Of particular interest are several letters from Alexander Stephens to Mrs. Toombs discussing political and family matters. The collection also includes letters to George Walker Crawford, and his son-in-law, Samuel W. Mays, regarding lands owned by Toombs in Tarrant County, Texas.
 
  Identifier:   ms618  
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12 Title:   Joseph E. Brown papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Brown, Joseph E., (Joseph Emerson), 1821-1894  
  Dates:   1823-1895  
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The collection consists of papers of Joseph E. Brown from 1823-1895 and includes correspondence, letter books, tax returns, speeches, and diaries. It contains official correspondence and letterbooks (1858-1863) as Governor of Georgia which are particularly strong in information regarding Georgia's secession and involvement in the Civil War and includes such correspondents as Howell Cobb, Alexander H. Stephens, and other Confederate government officials. Also included are an 1864 speech of Howell Cobb, a speech (1868) made by Brown regarding Reconstruction politics, and a manuscript copy (1864) of Brown's pamphlet concerning Benjamin H. Hill's notes on Reconstruction. The collection also contains diaries of Franklin P. Brown (1868), Joseph Mackey Brown (1867, 1874, 1876), and Elijah A. Brown (1882, Jan. only).
 
  Identifier:   ms95  
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13 Title:   Howell Cobb family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Cobb family  
  Dates:   1793-1932  
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The collection consists of papers of Howell Cobb and the Cobb family from 1793 to 1932. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, mostly addressed to Howell Cobb, dating from 1839 to 1868. There is a large amount of correspondence between Howell Cobb, his wife Mary Ann Lamar, and her brother John B. Lamar. The letters discuss politics in both Georgia and the United States, the Confederate States of America including its formation and administration, and information on Cobb's business interests, especially his plantations. After Cobb's death in 1868, the remainder of the correspondence is between other family members including John A. Cobb, Howell Cobb, Jr., Alexander Erwin, and Mary Erwin discussing family and social news, business interests, and legal cases. While the correspondence primarily documents the Cobb, Lamar, Erwin, and Barrow faimilies, there is also a large amount of correspondence from the Jackson, Hull, Rootes, Lumpkin, King, Pope, Rutherford, Prince, and Nisbet families. The earliest material includes indentures and land grants (1793-1829) relating to Zachariah Lamar's business interests. The clippings do not focus on Howell Cobb, with the very rare exception. These seem to have been donated by family but are very general in nature. The journals and diaries are from family members and friends.
 
  Identifier:   ms1376  
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14 Title:   Rebecca Latimer Felton papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Felton, William H. (William Harrell), 1823-1909  
  Dates:   1851-1930  
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The collection consists of the papers of Rebecca Latimer Felton, from 1851 to 1930. The papers include correspondence, speeches, articles, and scrapbooks; all reflecting her lengthy public career as author, newspaper columnist, lecturer, as she actively pursued her interests in politics, religious issues, penal and temperance reform and women's political rights. The papers reflect her involvement in the World's Columbian Exposition (1890-1894), the Cotton States Exposition in Atlanta (1895), and as a delegate to the Progressive Republican Convention in Chicago (1912). Correspondents include readers of her articles and letters and those involved in Exposition matters. Other correspondents include General John B. Gordon, Alexander Hamilton Stephens, James Longstreet, William H. Hidell, Bertha Honore Palmer, Lafayette McLaws, Florence Williams Olmstead, President Rutherford B. Hayes, Georgia Governors A. H. Colquitt, Joseph Emerson Brown and William Yates Atkinson and family members, husband William H. Felton, son Howard Erwin Felton, and Charles and Eleanor Swift Latimer.
 
  Identifier:   ms81  
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