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Thu Oct 16 17:59:17 2014 UTClccn-n881265230.00Collection,0.651.00William C.C. Claiborne letters and depositions,47049341John_Sibley_(doctor)n 881265232356252Sibley 1757-1837lccn-n79089956United StatesPresident (1801-1809 : Jefferson)lccn-no2007009853Stevens, Artanmlccn-n95103086Dunbar, William1749-1810lccn-n79084458Lewis, Meriwether1774-1809lccn-n50083307Clark, William1770-1838lccn-n79089957Jefferson, Thomas1743-1826comlccn-n90714931Bruns, Georgecmpviaf-169672052Nolley, Lanceauslccn-no98084452Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Firm)lccn-no2008161595Berman, Ted1919-2001ausSibley, John1757-1837Juvenile worksDramaAnimated filmsNewspapersHistoryGenealogyTravelLouisianaLouisiana PurchasePolitical scienceIndians of North AmericaUnited States, WestLewis and Clark ExpeditionDiscoveries in geographyClark, William,Arkansas--Hot SpringsHaresRunning racesTurtlesReasoningPerseverance (Ethics)United StatesBullsUnited States--Ouachita RiverLawNorth Carolina--FayettevilleNatural historyPopulationMissouri RiverFamiliesSibley familyKentucky--Red RiverHot springsArkansasMassachusettsSibley, John,Sibley, John,FablesBunyan, Paul (Legendary character)Smith, Windwagon (Legendary character)Massachusetts--SalemLewis, Meriwether,Claiborne, William C. C.--(William Charles Cole),Georgia--AtlantaAfrican AmericansAtlanta University Center (Ga.)Louisiana--Natchitoches ParishStudent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)VotingGilpin, Henry D.--(Henry Dilworth),Florida--Saint AugustineSouthern Christian Leadership ConferenceSegregationCurry, Constance,SlaveryBurr, Aaron,17571837179018011803180418061807180818321836187919001902192219271955197419861987199019951996199920042005200620072009343077218791.4375AC1ocn319716975ocn077943431ocn87544174973449ocn062805205book18030.93United StatesAn Account of Louisiana being an abstract of documents, in the offices of the Departments of State, and of the TreasuryHistory4981ocn319716975visu20090.06The tortoise and the hareJuvenile worksDramaJoin in the excitement as unlikely competitors Max Hare and Toby Tortoise challenge each other to a foot race. Max is confident he will win, so he takes time out to flirt with some cute bunnies, he shows off his skills in other sports and takes a break for a nap. But when he hears the crowd roar for Toby, who has slowly and steadily kept to the course, Max must make a last-minute dash for victory4461ocn061673027visu20050.20Disney rarities celebrated shorts, 1920s-1960sDramaAnimated filmsA collection of rare animated films by Walt Disney Productions+-+019403332532428824ocn015450596book18060.90United StatesMessage from the President of the United States, communicating discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red River, and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar with a statistical account of the countries adjacent : read in Congress, February 19, 180622214ocn002639239book19220.70Sibley, JohnA report from Natchitoches in 1807HistoryGenealogy1851ocn056753332book20040.66United StatesJefferson's western explorations : discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red River and Washita by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and William Dunbar, and compiled by Thomas Jefferson ; the Natchez edition, 1806 ; a facsimile+-+908871523514113ocn015451065book18060.93United StatesMessage from the President of the United States, communicating discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red River, and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar with a statistical account of the countries adjacent : February 19, 1806, read, and ordered to lie on the table1159ocn015450617book18060.94United StatesDiscoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red River, and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Dibley, and William Dunbar, Esq. with a statistical account of the countries adjacent : with an appendix by Mr. Dunbar1077ocn015464019book18030.94United StatesAn account of Louisiana being an abstract of documents in the offices of the Departments of State and Treasury of the United StatesHistory955ocn001821590book18070.90United StatesTravels in the interior parts of America : communicating discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red River and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar ; with a statistical account of the countries adjacent.813ocn015464069book18030.94United StatesAn account of Louisiana comprising an account of its boundaries, history, cities, towns, settlements ...726ocn367947506file18030.92United StatesA topographical and statistical account of the province of Louisiana containing a description of its soil, climate, trade, and produce ... &c. ... : together with new and interesting particulars, relative to the Indian tribes : to which is annexed, a copious preface : and, the recent conventions, between the United States, and the French republic472ocn009831494serial0.74The North-Carolina chronicle; or, Fayetteville gazetteNewspapers443ocn085791442file18070.84Lewis, MeriwetherTravels in the interior parts of America communicating discoveries in exploring the Missouri, Red River and Washita422ocn009831514serial0.74Fayetteville gazetteNewspapers422ocn009831482serial0.74Fayetteville gazetteNewspapers403ocn061246470book18030.92United StatesAn account of Louisiana : laid before Congress by direction of the president of the United States, November 14, 1803: comprising an account of its boundaries, history, cities, towns, and settlements272ocn016699765book18070.74Jefferson, ThomasTravels in the interior parts of America; communicating discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red river, and Washita272ocn005924811book19000.92United StatesAn account of Louisiana, 1803 being an abstract of documents in the offices of the Departments of State and of the Treasury242ocn426116641book18030.95An Account of Louisiana, being an abstract of documents, in the offices of the Department of State, and of the Treasury: presented to both houses of Congress, in a message from the president, on the 16th November, 180381ocn078230509book20060.21Ullmann, Helen SSome descendants of John Sibley of Salem, MassachusettsGenealogyA new genealogy that starts with John Sibley of Salem, who emigrated from the Manor of Bradpole in Dorset81ocn013198466book19270.97Whittington, George PurnellDr. John Sibley of Natchitoches, 1757-1837. Sketch of his life21ocn045163029mix19990.47Miller, Janet Karen BarefootDr. John Sibley (1757-1837) : his life and letters11ocn475003468mix1.00Claiborne, William C. CWilliam C.C. Claiborne letters and depositionsThe collection consists primarily of records relating to William C.C. Claiborne's tenure as Louisiana Territorial Governor from 1805 to 1812. The most substantial correspondence was written to Claiborne from Dr. John Sibley, a judge and U.S. Indian Agent in Natchitoches. Correspondence from Sibley throughout 1805 discusses several aspects of territorial business, including native and slave affairs, resident opinion, and political intrigue within the region. At Claiborne's request Sibley gathered sworn depositions from residents of Natchitoches, which describe the material life of citizens and conditions under previous French and Spanish colonial rule. The collection also contains letters related to Claiborne's family, Claiborne's governing mandate, and his relationship to notable political and military contemporaries including Zebulon Pike, Edmund P. Gaines, and Dominick Augustin Hall11ocn062255695art1999Sibley, John11ocn664732349mixAtlanta History CenterVoices Across the Color Line Oral History Project CollectionThe bulk of these oral histories deal with the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta. Specific events mentioned include the student movement centering on Atlanta University; The Committee on Appeal for Human Rights (COAHR); creation and publication of the Atlanta Enquirer newspaper; the organization of the Atlanta Committee of Cooperative Action (ACCA), the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and activities to desegregate city buses and restaurants. Other topics discussed on the tapes include desegregation of the public schools and libraries and the organization of Help Our Public Education (H.O.P.E.). In addition, the relationship between local activists and Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) are discussed. Among the specific interviews, Pearlie Dove, Robert Edge, John Sibley, Portia Harden Potts, and Muriel Lokey discuss desegregation of Atlanta schools. Lonnie King, Jesse Hill, Alton Hornsby, and Charles Black discuss the activities tied to the Student Movement at Atlanta University. Although the primary focus of the project was the documentation of Atlantans and their involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, events in Georgia and the Southeast were also collected. Of particular importance is the discussion of the St. Augustine Movement, a series of demonstrations said to have guaranteed passage and the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Other discussions include work in desegregating educational facilities throughout the country, and discrimination and segregation in the United States Army in the 1950s and 1960s11ocn037919377book19860.47Brandt, Penny SAn unpublished letter of Doctor John Sibley of August 6, 180711ocn048096256mixMitten, Arthur GCollectionAutographsRecords and correspondenceThe collection is divided into sections: Northwest Territory; Indiana; the War of 1812; Samuel Hodgdon; and Autographs. The Northwest Territory and Indiana segments consist mainly of correspondence, receipts, land surveys, and autographs generated by military and government officials, and Indiana governors between 1755 and 1837. The War of 1812 section includes papers of James Taylor, quartermaster of the 8th Military District (1795-1847). Other papers in this section include autographs of prominent men, including Henry Dearborn, William Eustis, and John Armstrong. The Samuel Hodgdon papers concern Washington politics from the 1790s to the 1840s. The Autographs section includes signers of the Declaration of Independence, and presidential documents and autographs from the 1770s to the 1930s. Other material includes survey reports, and the journal of Indian agent John Sibley (1807). Harrison family material is dispersed throughout the collection. Graphics include engravings of prominent American men of the 18th and 19th centuries11ocn422727854mix1.00Whittington, George PurnellG. P. Whittington papersHistoryThis collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, notes, scrapbooks, diaries, clippings, local history and family histories of George Purnell Whittington, historian and author, of Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Included are G. P. Whittington's correspondence with noted historians such as Grace King and Herbert E. Bolton; also included: correspondence of William C. C. Claiborne, Edward Livingston, and Josiah Stoddard Johnston, letters and diary of John Sibley11ocn876155787fileJones, A. WaldoJones family papers of Lovett SchoolThis collection contains materials surrounding the desegregation of the Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia. The collection contains letters from the school's Board of Trustees explaining its position on the admission of black students; correspondence concerning the Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity (ESCRU) and its picketing of the school. The collection includes newspaper clippings pertaining to Lovett's refusal to admit Martin Luther King III, its conflict with the Episcopal Church position on integration and the ESCRU picketing. The collection contains a 1966 letter from Lovett's Board to parents announcing their intention to desegregate the school, as well as school directories from 1963-196611ocn310364849bookRobert Bruce Blake Research Collection in 75 volumes : Bexar Archives translations January 1, 1805 - May 18, 1807Records and correspondence11ocn457813849mixVoices Across The Color Line Oral History CollectionThe bulk of these oral histories deal with the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta. Specific events that are mentioned include the student movement centering around Atlanta University; The Committee On Appeal for Human Rights (COAHR); creation and publication of the Atlanta Enquirer newspaper; the organization of the Atlanta Committee of Cooperative Action (ACCA), the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and activities to desegregate city buses and restaurants. Other topics that are discussed on the tapes include desegregation of the public schools and libraries and the organization of Help Our Public Education (H.O.P.E.). In addition, the relationship between local activists and Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) are discussed. Among the specific interviews, desegregation of Atlanta schools is discussed by Pearlie Dove, Robert Edge, John Sibley, Portia Harden Potts, and Muriel Lokey. The activities tied to the Student Movement at Atlanta University are discussed by Lonnie King, Jesse Hill, Alton Hornsby, and Charles Black. Although the primary focus of the project was the documentation of Atlantans and their involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, events in Georgia and the Southeast were also collected. Of particular importance is the discussion of the St. Augustine Movement, a series of demonstrations that are said to have guaranteed passage and the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Other discussions include work in desegregating educational facilities throughout the country, and discrimination and segregation in the United States Army in the 1950s and 1960s11ocn123538756art2006Smith, David LJohn Sibley11ocn015233203mix19860.92Allen, Milford FrancisUnited States government exploring expeditions and natural history, 1800-184011ocn122488823mixPike, Zebulon MontgomeryThese materials include transcripts and photostats of letters, maps, and some original manuscripts collected by W. Eugene Hollon for his biography of Pike, "The Lost Pathfinder" (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1949). Correspondents include John C. Calhoun, William Clark, Richard Rush, John Sibley, and James Wilkinson11ocn876046805book1836United StatesJohn Sibley and John W. Butler : letter from the Secretary of the Treasury : a report of the Register and Receiver of the Land Office at Ouachita, Louisiana, upon certain claims to lands therein mentioned11ocn647950609book1.00Manuscripts, land grants, deeds, bonds and other legal papers covering titles to lands in Gloucester County, Lancaster County, Middlesex County, and Rappahannock County, VaHistoryContracts regarding lands in Southampton, Eng. Names occuring in these papers include: Harry Armistead, John Armistead, Edmund Berkeley, Sir William Berkeley, Thomas Blakey, William Boulter, John Bradley, Mary Bradley, John Buckner, Armistead Churchill, William Churchill, Charles Curtis, Andrew Davis, John Dodson, Thomas Dood, James Dudley, William Elliott, Robert Gleave, James Grundy, Eliza Jones, John Jones, George Keeble, Walter Keeble, John Man, Thomas Marston, Thomas Martin, Patrick Miller, Henry Perrot, Richard Perrot, Micajah Perry, John Rhodes, Christopher Robinson, Thomas Roby, Frances Sandiford, John Sandiford, William Sandiford, John Sibley, Thomas Smith, Richard Stephens, Vallentine Wallia, Henry Webler, John Weire, Walter Whittaker, Thomas Williams, John Wormeley, Ralph Wormeley11ocn191098591book1927Whittington, G. PDr. John Sibley of Natchitoches 1757-183711ocn122633005mixJohnston, Josiah StoddardPapersAmong the numerous correspondents are James Brown, United States Minister to France, Judge A. Porter, Edward Everett, Matthew S. Quay, R. W. Stoddard, William Shaler, Henry D. Gilpin, Nicholas Biddle, John H. Johnston, and others. Some of the topics and issues discussed in these papers are: the Antimasonic movement, the recharter of the United States Bank, Judge Peck's impeachment, French spoliation claims, tariff, sugar, expansion of territory, legislation before Congress, etc. A large portion of the material relates to political affairs in Louisiana, the building of roads and canals, land claims, memorials to Congress, cotton, slavery, requests for governmental positions, election to office, etc. Henry Clay's letters, 1824-1833, deal with his personal aspirations and his bitterness against Andrew Jackson; letter of Thomas Jefferson, 1825; Dr. John Sibley letters, 1821-1832; invitation to a reception tendered to Marquis de Lafayette, 1824; family letters disclosing Senator Johnston's personal affairs and financial transactions; there are also some personal items of William S. 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