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Quesenbury, William Minor, 1822-1888


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Charles B. Johnson Papers

Identifier: MS J63
Scope and Content Note Letters, receipts, invoices, military orders and other documents pertaining to the work of Charles B. Johnson and his partner, Marshall Grimes, contractors with the Confederate States Army for provisioning Reserve Indians and troops; to the transport and supply functions of the Trans Mississippi Department, C. S. A., in Arkansas, Texas, and the Indian Territory; and to relations between the Confederate States of America and the several Indian nations in the area. Correspondents and persons...
Dates: 1859-1865

Albert Pike Correspondence, Literary Manuscripts, and Photographs

Identifier: MS P63
Scope and Content Note Letters, poems, greeting card, reprint of correspondence, and photographs, including five autograph letters and two autograph poems written by Pike, relating to aspects of the life and work of the Arkansas school teacher, editor, poet, political leader and fraternal officer, particularly as regards: Indian affairs, especially in relation to Pike's work as Confederate States agent in treating with the several Indian nations and in relation to Charles B. Johnson's role in provisioning the...
Dates: 1866-1889

Delia Wagner Price Family Papers

Identifier: MS P93
Scope and Content Note The collection of Delia Wagner Price family history materials ca. 1928-1952, documents the early history and settlement of Crawford and Franklin counties, in western Arkansas. Specifically, the biographical sketches, notebooks, obituaries, clippings, and related materials in the collection focus upon a particular area of the two counties, Mulberry Valley. The papers have been arranged into two series: typescripts, clippings, and related materials pertaining to the settlement of Franklin and...
Dates: 1928-1952

William Minor Quesenbury Receipt and Letter

Identifier: MS Qu3
Scope and Content Note

Receipt given by Quesenbury, at Bonham, Texas, December 6, 1864, to Brigadier General Douglas H. Cooper, acknowledging payment of $910 " full of claim I held against said...Cooper in the case of a payment made to Captain Abraham Foster, and about which I knew nothing on God's earth..."; together with letter, dated at Bonham February 26, 1865, from Quesenbury to Charles B. Johnson, boasting of the birth of son and dealing with other personal matters.

Dates: 1864-1865

Jesse Turner Correspondence

Identifier: MS T85
Scope and Content Note Letters and related material received by the Arkansas lawyer, jurist, legislator, and politician Jesse Turner, who was a pioneer settler in Van Buren, Arkansas, pertaining to his law practice there and to political and other affairs in Arkansas, especially as regards railroad development, Reconstruction, efforts to secure a federal appointment for William Minor Quesenbury, the duel between Solon Borland and Benjamin J. Borden, the creation of Franklin County, and Archibald Yell's campaign...
Dates: 1831-1917

Washington County Historical Society Collection

Identifier: MC 1368
Scope and Content Note The historical papers which comprise Series 1 were maintained to support historical and genealogical research at Headquarters House in Fayetteville, where the society has its offices and a historical museum. The original order of the files has been retained as far as possible, with some adjustments to provide easier access to the materials. There is great variation in the type and quantity of materials in these files, reflecting their existence in a continuing research and publishing...
Dates: circa 1833-1995

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Railroads -- Arkansas 2
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 2
Arkansas -- History -- Societies, etc. 1
Arkansas -- Politics and government 1