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Johnston family

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Works: 723 works in 860 publications in 1 language and 3,668 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Sources  Genealogy  Photographs  Writs  Personal narratives‡vConfederate  Deeds 
Roles: Author
Classifications: LA231,
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Johnston family collection by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes family history, obituaries, deed
Johnston Family papers and photographs by Johnston Family( )

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The Johnston Family papers and photographs are housed in fifteen archival boxes and are arranged in eleven series. Series have been designated for Samuel and Alice Hartwell, Samuel Hartwell Jr., Hogg Family, Johnston Family, Eleanor Johnston Genealogical Research, Paul Johnston, Stewart Johnston, William Johnston, The William G. Johnston Company, Photographs, and Oversized Material. The papers include correspondence, newspaper clippings, genealogical charts, wills, William G. Johnston unfinished manuscripts, scrapbooks, and other related material. The bulk of the papers consist primarily of correspondence between family members. Scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, genealogical charts, and ephemera
Papers by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ledgers (1841-72) used for various purposes, including accounts and tenants' agreements, and records (1853) of New Prospect School, Calhoun County, Alabama; correspondence (1841-1903) between Johnston family members and their friends, discussing family news, including letters (1861-65) to and from family members and friends serving in the Confederate army
Johnston Family Photo album by Johnston Family( )

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Scrapbook donated to the History Museum in 2005 by Joan M. Sanford, who was given the album from a Johnston Family member. It primarily consists of photographs with a few newspaper clippings
by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The papers also concern Edward Bates, Alexander Buchan, Lewis Cass, John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, Jefferson Davis, Lyman C. Draper, William Fitzhugh, John Floyd, John Floyd, Jr., Mrs. Letitia Floyd (Lewis), John S. Gallaher, John Gamble, Robert Gamble, Thomas W. Graham, Wade Hampton, Robert Y. Hayne, Andrew Jackson, Dr. George Ben Johnston, John W. Johnston, G. King, William King, Henry Lee, James McDowell, Matthew F. Maury, Francis Preston, William C. Preston, Beverley Randolph, John Randolph, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt, Winfield Scott, John Tyler, George Washington, Alexander Wolcott, James Wood, and Samuel Young
Johnston family photograph series by Johnston family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family portraits, photos of family homes and other views of De Tour, Drummond Island, Neebish Island, and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and photos of family activities
Mix-Johnston family papers by Mix family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of letters sent to and among members of the Mix and Johnston families. Those corresponding included Sally Mix, Ebenezer H. Mix, S. Johnston, William Johnston, Walter Johnston, and Herman Johnston
Johnston family : by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Included is family correspondence of Albert Sidney Johnston, his Johnston relations, and the Preston relations of his first wife. Much of the correspondence concerns military affairs during the Civil War, including administrative communications received by Albert Sidney Johnston and letters received by his son, an aide de camp to Jefferson Davis. Extensive correspondence of William Preston Johnston and his wife Rosa Duncan Johnston, discussing wartime conditions and letters during the period of William Preston Johnston's imprisonment and exile. Later correspondence concerns William P. Johnston's career as a faculty member at Washington and Lee College, 1866-1877, as president of Louisiana State University, 1881-1883, and president of Tulane University, from 1883. Many letters of Johnston's children are included
Johnston family papers by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers relating to the Johnston/Johnstone family including an obituary of Lancelot Johnston, Caswell County, N.C., 1832; a letter from William Johnston of Madison, Ga., 1849; items relating to Gilbert Johnstone (1725-1794) of South Carolina and his family history; and family photos and clippings
John M. Johnston collection by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains 65 letters, financial records, and legal documents related to John M. Johnston, a Native American language interpreter who lived in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and to Native Americans in Michigan during the 19th century. Henry R. Schoolcraft and Ramsay Crooks contributed letters and documents to the collection
by Samuel Johnston( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, genealogical materials, photographs, and other papers, of Johnston, his ancestors, originally from Lennoxville, Québec, and descendents in Hancock
Huguenin and Johnston family papers( )

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Items on microfilm are correspondence and other papers, 1827- 1866, of the Huguenin, Johnston, and related families of Early and Sumter counties, Ga. The Huguenin material relates to family news, plantation affairs, the cotton business, and hiring free labor after the Civil War. A plantation journal, 1836-1862, from the Huguenin plantation in Early County includes slave lists and detailed instructions to overseers. Johnston family material, 1862-1865, focuses on Civil War events. Most of the letters are to and from J.M. Johnston, stationed in Tennessee. Troop provisions, Johnston's appointments as commissary officer and to the rank of captain, and his parole after being taken prisoner-of-war are the main topics included. Other correspondence describes a battle in Macon, Ga. The second series consists of nine letters, 1868-1877 and undated, chiefly between Joseph Marshall Johnston (1837-1905) and his wife, Martha "Mattie" Fannin Huguenin Johnston (1848-1934). The couple resided in Athens, Ga. The letters chiefly discuss family life, but also include several poems and an item, 1868, signed "Grand Cyclops, K.K.K." Also included is an album containing photographs and prints of Confederate leaders
by Edwards-Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Newsclippings, papers and letters relating to the Johnston family, Oliver Edwards and the Edwards family; school compositions of Ann Edwards; wills of John E. Johnston and Horace Scott; and letters and clippings concerning Ann Edwards's activities with the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic
by Johnston family( )

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Johnston family papers by Johnston family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection of papers relating to the Johnston or Johnson family of York, Me
Johnston and McFaddin family papers( )

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The collection includes financial papers, slave lists, legal documents, business and personal correspondence, and a few miscellaneous items chiefly relating to the Johnston and McFadden families. Many documents relate to Thomas M. Johnston's property taxes and those levied against the estates of Robert H. and Mary A. McFaddin. Several slave lists and other items relating to plantation life are included. In 1866 and 1868, there are agricultural contracts between Johnston and freedmen for agricultural work. In 1866-1868 there are several letters from the Stonewall Institute in Dallas County, Ala., about the education of Johnston's grandsons, and, in May 1869, a letter from St. Mary's School in Raleigh, N.C., about the education of his granddaughters. There are also several items relating to others with unclear connections to the Johnstons and McFaddins, including a 1839 legal order against members of the Green family in Lincoln County, N.C., and a few letters, 1873-1875, about business investments to Mrs. V.F. Dalton of Uniontown, Ala
Johnston pedigree [genealogical notes on the family]( Book )

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