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Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Collection consists of two unpublished manuscripts by James Affleck (1813-1902): "The Stewart and Bennett Duel" about a Belleville, Illinois duel in 1819; and "Governor John Reynolds", a biographical sketch.
Dates: Created: 1899-1901
Collection — Box: 66
Scope and Contents Typed transcript of reminiscences tell of his numerous journeys, businesses and successes and losses. Tells of his long journey from Virginia to New Orleans to meet with his regiment in time to fight in the Battle of New Orleans. Discusses his numerous business ventures including building a raft to take whiskey to St. Louis to sell using a crew of novice sailors. His business with the lead mines in Galena, Ill. Mentions interactions with Thomas Carlin, a relative of his wife; Governor Reynolds...
Dates: Created: 1874
Collection — Box: 63
Scope and Contents Letter, April 15, 1891, to General Henry M. Cist, Secretary of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland in Cincinnati, Ohio re: Colonel John B. Reid, Colonel of the 130th, details about Reid and the regiment at the Battle of Sabine Cross Road near Mansfield, Ark. and his imprisonment at Tyler, TX. Letter, March 10, 1898 to Albert, concerning how Niles felt the weight of his years, literary quotations in favor of a life of action, a denial of a statement by Joe Gillespie that Niles wrote part...
Dates: Created: 1891, 1898
- Names: Reynolds, John, 1788-1865 X