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Mr. George Ham 57 reg,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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neglect I really did not mean it for I believe you have answered my other letter and that it has been lost I got a letter from Mollie R. the other day She is an interesting correspondent a kind and good girl one that impressed me favorably at first sight nor has the esteem I then had for her changed yet I wish her better perhaps I may when I return from the army She has a feeling for the Soldiers in the field as she has lost a brother who was a soldier too She is a good girl and I like he
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not offended at anything that I have said or done you have not forgotten how to write have you then why is it I never hear from you anymore perhaps my letters have lost their power to please and to not interest you any longer if so I cannot help it I know there is but little merit in them but they are the effusions of an honest heart our Regiment is on Provost duty in Chattanooga our Brigade is stationed here Gen Wagner has command of the post our Brigade was first to enter the Rebel Strong
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Remember me while far awayAnd Absent from thy sightAnd I will do the same by theeWith pleasure and delight,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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Byron Ballard letter to Aaron Ballard, June 11, 1871
Mr. Ballard writes about family news and genealogy.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Ballard, Byron

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Brother Everett lived in the corner of Fayette County Near Gauley Brige and I heard he was about to sell out just after the war closed but I have never heard anything? from him since and I feel uneasy about him Fare well Aaron B Nancy B Aunt Mary Harter & Fourrelyce? Peyton Pearson (Address)To Mr Aron BallardHenry county Indianaby the politeness of Mr J. L Stone,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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Joseph A. Pearson letter to Aaron and Nancy Ballard, April 11, 1870
Mr. Pearson writes of family news.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Pearson, Joseph A.

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Peyton and Olive Pearson letter to Aaron and Nancy Ballard, April 8, 1870
The Pearsons write about family health and crop prices.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Pearson, Peyton; Pearson, Olive

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RES.8-002 A WikiTextBook for Introductory Mechanics (MIT)
This e-Book is a first step toward a shift in the role of the printed textbook from authoritative serial repository to modular, customizable, linkable, interactive hub. The ideal modern textbook should provide a clear overview of the domain, short summaries of key content, links to more detailed online source material, embedded self-assessment, and a vehicle for instant student feedback. This open-source e-Book for introductory mechanics uses ideas from modeling physics to encourage strategic, c
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To Mr Aaron Ballard Henry County Indiana Favored by Mr Lewis m Carter,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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Elizabeth P. Mason letter to Catharine A. Garman, June 2, 1867
Mrs. Mason writes about family news.,Transcripts provided by previous owner. Catharine (Kate) Ballard became Catharine (Kate) Garman when she married George Garman in 1864.
Author(s): Mason, Elizabeth P.

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you will suppose he has his hands full men are very scarce in this Country Louiza Ballard my oldest daughter is straying from home going to school bording at Mr John A Wrights on Mugetty she is trying to prepare herself for a teacher she has taught one year & is going on her own expenses it was always hard to get an education in this Country my family at this time is very small only 4 in family Nannie Pat pokes me & says she is going to leave me & go & live with you but I would not give
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Elizabeth and Thomas Pearson letter to Nancy and Aaron Ballard, March 4, 1860
The Pearsons write about family matters.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Pearson, Elizabeth; Pearson, Thomas

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you or if you think I Could do Better out there than had I would Come any how+I would be glad if you could tell me how much I could make out there in the Coarse of a year I would suppose in a destitute neighborhood a Common Fellow Could do very well teaching School+I Could get $ 15 per month to teach school here in the winter and about the same to work in the factory in the Summer+ and if you think I can do any Better there I would Come out next fall Without delay+ times is very hard here now
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Snow Creek, VaAugust 12 th Aaron Ballard Esq Cambridge Henry Cty Indiana,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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To Mr Aaron Ballard Henry County Indiana Favored by Mr Lewis m Carter,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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Young man reading to boys
A young man in a suit and tie sits on a bench with two younger boys. The boys wear knee pants with dark stockings. The young man in the middle is holding a paper.
Author(s): Taylor, Mary Lyon, 1872-1956

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Racism and Research: The Case of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study
In 1932 the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) initiated an experiment in Macon County, Alabama, to determine the natural course of untreated, latent syphilis in black males. The test comprised 400 syphilitic men, as well as 200 uninfected men who served as controls. The first published report of the study appeared in 1936 with subsequent papers issued every four to six years, through the 1960s. When penicillin became widely available by the early 1950s as the preferred treatment for syphilis, t
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This image is from a set of black and white photographs taken to commemorate the Confederate States of America Veteran Reunion held in Mobile, Alabama, on November 20-22, 1906. The highlight of the reunion was a parade through the streets of Mobile. Major General Geo. P. Harrison was commander for the event. Colonel Harvey E. Jones was Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. Brigadier Generals commanding the brigades were Jno. W.A. Samford (1st), P.D. Bowles (2nd); J.N. Thompson (3rd), and J.W. Bus
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Hotel Russel Erskine, Huntsville, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of the Hotel Russell Erskine in Huntsville, Alabama. Postcard text: (back) Hotel Russell Erskine, Huntsville, Ala., 150 rooms, each with bath circulating ice water electric fan and radio. Stamped in red: (front) Proposed headquarters; (back) Huntsville invites Rotary District Conference 1931.
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