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    Portugal - claims. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report in reference to claims of citizens of the United States on the government of Portugal

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    Referred to the Committee on foreign affairs and ordered to be printed February 4, 1852Caption titleMode of access: Internet

    Message from the President of the United States, to the two houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the thirty-first Congress. December 2, 1850 ...

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    Binder's title: Annual message and accompanying documents, 1850-51.Read, referred to the Committee of the whole on the state of the Union, and 15,000 extra copies, with the accompanying documents, ordered to be printed.Mode of access: Internet

    \u3cem\u3eThe Kohn-Hennig Library: A Catalog\u3c/em\u3e

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    August Kohn and his daughter Helen Kohn Hennig were two of South Carolina\u27s greatest book collectors. The object of their collecting was South Caroliniana, in all its variety. Their combined library of more than four thousand titles, now a part of the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina, includes novels, short stories, and poetry; biographies, sermons, and military histories; pamphlets, maps, and periodicals; and much more. The collection includes both the exceedingly rare and the too easily overlooked (a rich collection of pamphlets, promotional material, and business histories). No corner of the state is excluded, and no subject ignored. The library is particularly rich in Jewish material, a topic especially dear to both collectors. But the wide range of titles catalogued in The Kohn-Hennig Library will inspire, intrigue, and fascinate readers, researchers, and collectors everywhere. In addition to identifying all the titles in that collection, this publication pays tribute to Kohn and Hennig, to book collectors everywhere, and to the joys of book collecting. The volume includes essays by Allen H. Stokes, executive director of the South Caroliniana Library, and Belinda Gergel, a retired history professor and former president of the Historic Columbia Foundation. Excerpted from USC Press

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Private James Steele, Captain Beatty's Company, Colonel Benboro's Regiment, South Carolina Militia, War of 1812, November 1, 1851

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Private Bunbury B. Wilson, Captain Curtis' Company, First Regiment, Alabama Volunteers, May 1, 1848

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Private William Blair, Captain Beanchamp's Company, Alabama Militia, Creek War, November 1, 1851

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Private Willis Hartley, Captain Whitmore's Company, South Carolina Volunteers, Florida War, May 1, 1852

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Private Aleseander McCane, Captain Young and Broadnax's Companies, Alabama Volunteers, Florida War, December 9, 1852

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Cornet Felix Sample, Captain Landford's Company, Georgia Volunteers, Florida War, May 1, 1852

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia

    Certificate, United States Land Grant to Private William W. Tilley, Captain Sentry's Company, Georgia Militia, Florida War, May 1, 1852

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    This item is from a collection which contains 359 United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from 1848 to 1881 and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. The land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of 1812 or in recognition of volunteer service in a state militia
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