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Fri Mar 21 17:14:07 2014 UTClccn-n860225420.00Fort Jackson, Miss., to Rachel Jackson,0.231.00Lamb-Sykes family papers,75327821Rachel_Jacksonn 860225421683130Donelson, Rachel, 1767-1828Donelson Robards Jackson, Rachel, 1767-1828Jackson, Rachel Donelson, 1767-1828Robards, Rachel Donelsonlccn-n79088888Jackson, Andrew1767-1845lccn-n50010563Stone, Irving1903-1989lccn-n50039293Madison, Dolley1768-1849lccn-n80067022Madison, James1751-1836lccn-n79100357Nevin, David1927-2011lccn-n82084636Brady, Patricia1943-lccn-n79142790Adams, Abigail1744-1818lccn-n80072514Washington, Martha1731-1802lccn-n86022541Monroe, Elizabeth (Kortright)Mrs1768-1830lccn-n80021749Eaton, Peggy1799?-1879Jackson, Rachel1767-1828HistoryPersonal narratives‡vConfederateTreatiesJackson, Rachel,Jackson, Andrew,United StatesPresidentsPresidents' spousesMarried womenMadison, Dolley,Madison, James,MarriagePolitical scienceHermitage (Hermitage, Tenn.)Washington, Martha,Adams, Abigail,Eaton, Peggy,Presidents--ElectionTennessee--HermitageWomenJackson familyManners and customsRandolph, Martha Jefferson,Bonaparte, Elizabeth Patterson,Hancock, Dorothy Quincy,Alston, Theodosia Burr,Campaign literatureTennesseeRobards, Lewis,Adams, Louisa Catherine,Monroe, Elizabeth,Historical fictionBiographical fictionTravelSeminole Indians--WarsAlabama--MobileFloridaMerchantsSouthern StatesPorter, David,StudentsReal estate investmentGold mines and miningGermanyLa Motte MinesLead mines and miningTrusts and trusteesBuchanan, James,Harvard UniversityWebster, Daniel,California--San FranciscoWomen teachersTucker, Henry St. George,17671828178518041814181618181821182318241825182618271828182918501856188318941897190119171925192619351936193919421948195119521953195419551957196119621967196819691972197819791980198119831987198919901991199219941995199619992000200120042005200620072010201171689416111ocn122690051mix1814Jackson, AndrewFort Strother, Miss., to Rachel JacksonJackson tells his wife not to be upset by his adversaries' attacks on his reputation; he is doing his duty with a clear conscience. He sends her a copy (not present) of an approving letter from the secretary of war (John Armstrong). Jackson expects soon to put an end to the Creek War, and sends a young Indian named Syncoya to her to be treated as an orphan11ocn086138915mix1823Jackson, AndrewKingston, Tenn., to Rachel JacksonJackson and John Henry Eaton, on the way to Washington to take their seats in the Senate, have reached Kingston safely and been entertained by the citizens. Jackson is worried by his wife's distress at his leaving and promises that if he returns home he will never leave her again11ocn122625988mix1824Jackson, AndrewWashington, D.C., to Rachel JacksonNews of actions in Congress and plans for his return home11ocn647863805mix18181.00Jackson, AndrewLetter to Rachel Donelson JacksonHistoryAlso present is a printed version of the last letter from Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson to her son, Andrew Jackson written in 1781 shortly before her death11ocn847605673mix1.00Lamb familyLamb-Sykes family papersHistoryThe Lamb-Sykes family papers contain correspondence, financial and legal documents, daguerreotypes, and other materials related to the Philadelphia families' daily lives and business endeavors. The collection reflects their legal and mercantile affairs, investments, real estate, and involvement with the Mechanics Bank of Philadelphia11ocn647915474mix1.00Lee, Charles CarterPapers of Charles Carter Lee and the Lee familyHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateTopics include his student days at Harvard; a reply to George Henry Moore's "Mr. Lee's plan--March 29, 1777. The treason of Charles Lee"; scattered political commentary including remarks on William Cabell Rives; and a description of the capture of General William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, 186311ocn122690050mix1804Jackson, AndrewKnoxville, Tenn., to Rachel JacksonWishes to return home to her but fears that returning now would bring poverty; he may be appointed to the government of New Orleans11ocn050008910com1.00Jackson, Rachel[Letter] 1821 Aug. 25 [to] Capt[ain] John DonelsonThis document is a letter dated August 25, 1821 from Mrs. Andrew Jackson (Rachel) to her brother Captain John Donelson. The letter contains her views on the Seminole Campaign, her husbands troubles, and her grief over the death of her nephew11ocn122690049mix1816Jackson, AndrewChickasaw, Miss., to Rachel JacksonTreatiesConcerns the treaty negotiations, also family matters11ocn122524939mix1821Jackson, RachelPensacola, Fla., to an unidentified correspondentRemembers her correspondent's hospitality in New Orleans and looks forward to his visit; praises an unnamed young lady11ocn122617019mix1814Jackson, AndrewMobile, to Rachel JacksonHistoryExtols the beauty and richness of the Alabama country and predicts that it will soon be thickly settled and prosperous. He has ordered the garrison returned to the fort at Mobile, and hopes that the war will soon be over in the south so he can return home; has injured his arm11ocn122645455mix1814Jackson, AndrewFort Jackson, Miss., to Rachel JacksonHistoryNews of a British landing forces Jackson to go to Mobile and prepare its defenses rather than returning home267716ocn000290459book19510.22Stone, IrvingThe President's lady; a novel about Rachel and Andrew JacksonFictionStone gives life to the love story between Andrew Jackson, military hero an American president, and Rachel Donelson, a girl of the Tennessee frontier, and the uphill battle they fought to clear her name, after they and the American public discovered that her abusive first husband had not officially gone through with their divorce+-+36898030069856ocn044046862book20000.13Nevin, DavidEagle's cry : a novelHistoryFictionJefferson and Madison must work together to save the young country from the treachery of Aaron Burr and the schemes of Napoleon+-+26600376858204ocn226357165book20100.20Brady, PatriciaA being so gentle : the frontier love story of Rachel and Andrew JacksonBiography"The dramatic story--from adulterous beginning to tragic end--of the passionate relationship between Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel"+-+85045158755674ocn000634746book19260.50Minnigerode, MeadeSome American ladies; seven informal biographies4093ocn004254611book19550.06Govan, Christine NobleRachel Jackson, Tennessee girlJuvenile worksFiction"Story about Rachel's pioneer girlhood and her amazing flatboat trip on the wilderness rivers to the Tennessee settlements, where she later became the bride of Andrew Jackson and the mistress of Hermitage."3073ocn001618474book19530.06Vance, MargueriteThe Jacksons of TennesseeJuvenile worksBiographyFictionBiography of Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel2912ocn001593355book19480.28Crabb, Alfred LelandHome to the Hermitage : a novel of Andrew and Rachel JacksonFictionBiographical fiction2262ocn001376656book19550.19Miller, Helen ToppingHer Christmas at the Hermitage; a tale about Rachel and Andrew JacksonFictionChristmas storiesJackson, Andrew- Hermitage- Juvenile literature1521ocn024469246book19920.06Sandak, Cass RThe JacksonsJuvenile worksBiographyAn account of the life of Andrew Jackson and his family with emphasis on his years as president1494ocn000598449book19010.70Brooks, GeraldineDames and daughters of the young republicHistoryBiographyThe women discussed here were chosen because of the influence of their husbands or fathers+-+31381739051187ocn076914649com20040.15Nevin, DavidEagle's cry a novel of the Louisiana PurchaseHistoryFictionEmperor Napoleon Bonaparte, whose thirst for power cannot be quenched, has gained control of New Orleans, a move that gives him potential mastery of the Mississippi River Valley. A country as strong as France could stop America's free-trade market from growing along the great waterway. As France forces the young nation's hand economically and politically, the greatest minds and visionaries of a young America struggle to hold it all together+-+2278861325324753ocn001216903book19360.73Caldwell, Mary FrenchGeneral Jackson's lady; a story of the life and times of Rachel Donelson Jackson, beloved wife of General Andrew Jackson, seventh president of the United States612ocn024485639rcrd19510.13Stone, IrvingThe President's ladyFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fictionA novelization of Rachel and Andrew Jackson and the life they lived together+-+3827191335367ocn013393523book19520.25Stone, IrvingThe President's ladyFictionThis is a biographical novel; it differs from a historical novel in that it does not introduce fictional characters against a background of history, but instead tells the story through the actual people who lived it and helped make it happen. The history to be found within its pages is as authentic and documented as several years of intensive research, the generous assistance of the historians and librarians in the field, and literally thousands of books, magazines, pamphlets, newspapers, diaries, public records, correspondence and collections of unpublished memoirs and doctoral theses can make it292ocn085801563com18270.93Jackson Committee of NashvilleA letter from the Jackson Committee of Nashville, in answer to one from a similar committee at Cincinnati, upon the subject of Gen. Jackson's marriage:252ocn001971910book19420.70Stokes, Nellie TreanorRachel Jackson243ocn052510280visu20010.19Rachel & Andrew Jackson a love storyUsing letters, documents, and historians' expertise this program explores the legend of Andrew Jackson -- the original "self-made man"--His wife Rachel's seldom-heard point of view231ocn011297521rcrd19830.15Stone, IrvingThe President's ladyFiction202ocn701277680book20100.14Brady, PatriciaRachel & Andrew JacksonBiography"The dramatic story--from adulterous beginning to tragic end--of the passionate relationship between Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel"--+-+8504515875155ocn005355862book19790.47Stone, IrvingÜber den Tod hinaus : RomanFiction+-+2660037685Fri Mar 21 15:36:13 EDT 2014batch21951