Communicated for the Natchez intelligencer, no. 2

the following information from the record of meteorological observations of the Hon. Winthrop Sargent, Esq., of Glo"ster Place, two miles south of Natchez ... will ... render this number of our paper particularly interesting to distant as well as to Missisipi [sic] readers
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James M"Curdy, printer , [Natchez, Miss
Mississippi -- Cl
Other titlesNatchez intelligencer
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 35855
The Physical Object
Pagination1 broadside
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Open LibraryOL15109379M

Communicated for the Natchez intelligencer, no. The following information from the record of meteorological observations of the Hon. Winthrop Sargent, Esq. of Glo'ster Place, two miles south of Natchez, and with which we have been very obligingly favored, will, we are persuaded, render this number of our paper particularly interesting to distant, as well as to Mississippi readers.

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The following information from the record of meteorological observations of the Hon. Winthrop Sargent, Esq. of Glo'ster Place, two miles south of Natchez, and with which we have been very obligingly favored, will, we are persuaded, render this number of our paper particularly interesting to.

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Communicated for the Natchez intelligencer Promise of Breeze Hill (Natchez Trace, #1), The Road to Magnolia Glen (Natchez Trace #2), and The Crossing at Cypress Creek (Natchez Trace #3)Author: Pam Hillman.

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Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Antebellum Natchez is most often associated with the grand and romantic aspects of the Old South and its landed gentry. Yet there was, as this book so amply illustrates, another Natchez--the Natchez of ordinary citizens, small businessmen, and free Negroes, and the Natchez under-the-Hill of brawling boatmen, professional gamblers, and bold-faced strumpets/5(6).

The burgeoning Indian slave trade initiated by the English in Carolina made it necessary for small groups to band together for protection. The Great Sun, hereditary chief of the Natchez, held a largely ceremonial position of leadership. (Figure 2) Although treated with respect, the Great Sun had no real control over the settlement district chiefs.

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SITE_CONFIG_downloadLargeEnabled. SITE_CONFIG_downloadExtraLargeEnabled. Originally published inthis book by New Orleans native Harnett Kane provides over pages of detailed history of the Natchez area in Mississippi. It includes vivid descriptions of over 20 antebellum mansions, the personal stories of the families that Brand: Golden Springs Publishing.

The Natchez Indians: A History to is the story of the Natchez Indians as revealed through accounts of Spanish, English, and French explorers, missionaries, soldiers, and colonists, and in the archaeological record.

Because of their strategic location on the Mississippi River, the Natchez Indians played a crucial part in the European struggle for control of the Lower Mississippi Valley.

The Natchez Trace. Lena Mitchell Jamison. University of Wisconsin--Madison, - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book.

What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Common terms and phrases. Recently published, the book tells the story of Granderson’s childhood, her life as a slave and the years after her release when she taught at a Union School in Natchez.

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NATCHEZ — Natchez native Rob Kuehnle is set to be in Natchez today signing copies for the final book of the Cherry Cola Book Club series. Kuehnle, who writes under the name “Ashton Lee,” is. (2) Fantasy may, as Stafford suggests, distort the language of the eight stories, but in "A Still Moment," Welty has as the basis of that fantasy a very detailed account of Natchez Trace history.

In the early nineteenth century, the Natchez Trace was the setting for many incidents of violence. Volume 3, Number 2 I Bibliography Supplemel)t Issue Spring/Summer Report from Natchez Literary Celebration, June"Mississippi's Literary Heritage: Black and White and Read All Over" was an appropriate theme for three days of celebrating the multiculturalism of the state's literature and history.

The theme might also be interpreted. ord and account book, recently pub-lished in the West, from which we The Southern Intelligencer. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 36, accessed Ap ), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, ; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

Natchez was the ancestral language of the Natchez people who historically inhabited Mississippi and Louisiana, and who now mostly live among the Creek and Cherokee peoples in language is considered to be either unrelated to other indigenous languages of the Americas or distantly related to the Muskogean languages.

The phonology of Natchez is atypical in having voicing distinction Ethnicity: Natchez people. Natchez Phone Book and Natchez Phone Directory makes searching for businesses and people in Natchez easy by providing an online business and residential phonebook and phone directory in Natchez.

The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History is an Austin-based organization that collects, preserves, and provides access to materials relevant to Texas and U.S. history. Essay about The Natchez Indians.

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Words 7 Pages. Show More. Introduction The Natchez were well-known for their strong central government and their highly evolved religious ceremonies. Moreover, the language of the Natchez does not seem to have any relation to that of any other tribe in the area.

Remini starts the book by telling of. A Way Through the Wilderness: The Natchez Trace and the Civilization of the Southern Frontier William C. Davis, Author HarperCollins Publishers $30 (p) ISBN More By and About. In the mood and manner of his enchanting Plantation Parade Harnett Kane has given vigorous new life to the stories behind the homes on the hill of Natchez, homes visited by many thousands in the much publicized pilgrimages, launched by the Garden Club ladies.

Here- in introductory chapters- the glamorous drama of Natchez' history is sketched, a history in which the slackening off of river. Buy a cheap copy of A Way Through the Wilderness: The book by William C. Davis. Chronicling the movement of settlers along the Natchez Trace and development of the old Southwest, a colorful portrait of pioneer life reveals details of daily Free shipping over $Cited by: 5.

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Communicated for the Boston Medical Intelligencer^ BY JOHN WALLACE, JBN, ESft. I was called to a child aged 8 months. It weeks. The several attending physician had had been ill for Learnt the following history of the case from.Roseland Plantation.

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Records. Accretion. ; undated. 2 reels 35 mm. microfilm. This accretion consists of microfilm copies of correspondence, legal documents, and financial papers of the Ayres family, including an invoice book of the Natchez firms Cannon and Nichols and Cannon and Ayres.Rebound: The American Poetry Book.

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By Michael Hinds, Stephen Matterson. Read preview. Synopsis. This pioneering collection of new essays challenges established modes of reading American lyric poetry, by orientating interpretation so that it incorporates an awareness of the book context in which individual poems are embedded.

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