A Letter from James Robertson, of Tennessee, to His Excellency John Sevier, Esquire, Governor of the State of Franklin, 1 August 1787Robertson, James, 1742-1814View Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
Five-page privately printed and numbered (Number 21 of 100) portfolio containing an August 1, 1787 letter penned by James Robertson to John Sevier. Writing from Nashville, Robertson recounts Native Am…
A view of one of the walls of the reconstructed British fort at the Fort Loudoun State Historic Area.View Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
A black-and-white photograph taken from the interior of the reconstructed log structure.
- Kitchin, Thomas, 1718-1784View Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
Top: A new map of the Cherokee nation with the names of the towns and rivers they are situated on. Engraved from an Indian draught by T. Kitchin." This map appeared as an illustration for an article o…
A sketch of the Cherokee Country, being a reduced copy from Mante's History Engraved for Bancroft's History of the United States by G. G. SmithMante, Thomas, approximately 1733-1802View Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
From George Bancroft's History of the United States, v. 4. Thomas Mante was an English military writer who published a book entitled "The History of the Late War in North-America, and the islands of t…
Plan and profiles of Fort Loudoun on Tanasee River projected and constructed by William Gerard de BrahmWilliam Gerard de BrahmView Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
A black-and-white photographic plate that presents de Brahm's plan for the fort, along with a profile (the elevation or ground-level view) of the completed structure as he envisioned it.
- Hobart S. CooperView Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
A black-and-white photograph showing several rectangular stone foundations composed of rough-cut white stone