Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
John C. Calhoun letter
Collection — Folder: S0208
Scope and Contents The original letter, written in ink, states: “Department of War, June 28, 1824, Sir, In pursuance of a request of the Governor of the State of South Carolina, I forward to you herewith a map of the State of South Carolina, together with a letter; which were transmitted to me for that purpose. I have the honor to be Sir, very respectfully your obedient servant, J. C. Calhoun, His Excellency Jeremiah Morrow, Columbus, Ohio.”On the back side of the linen-like single paper, it says:...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / John C. Calhoun letter
John Hays collection
Collection — Folder: S1820
Scope and Contents This collection includes photostatic copies of correspondence, treaty proceedings, and speeches related to the activities of Indian agent John Hays that were obtained by the Indiana State Library from the National Archives. The first two folders contain correspondence dated from September 15, 1819 to November 13, 1821 that covers the transfer of the Fort Wayne post from William Turner to Hays. Much of the correspondence is among Indiana agents Turner, Hays, John Johnston and B.F. (Benjamin...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / John Hays collection
John Tipton collection
Scope and Contents The collection consists principally of Tipton’s correspondence and business papers from the period 1810-1839 in Indiana. His correspondence, including retained copies of his outgoing letters, includes letters relating to the operations of the Indiana Militia in the 1810s; and political correspondence regarding the work of the state legislature (1820s-1830s), his senatorial elections (1831, 1832), his appointments to federal office (1831-1839), and local, state, and national issues, particularly...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / John Tipton collection
Office of Indian Affairs collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains photostats of letters copied from the records of the U.S. Office of Indian Affairs and the Office of Indian Trade housed at the National Archives. Ranging from 1815 to 1821, the bulk of the collection is correspondence sent and received by Michigan territorial governor, Lewis Cass, regarding the Michigan superintendency. Major issues discussed are the licensing of British subjects for trade with the Indians, the distribution of annuities established by Indian treaties...