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The Correspondence of Carrie Gwin Kiger - by Danella Craig (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 342

Genre: Reference

Sub-Genre: Genealogy & Heraldry

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Danella Craig

Age Range: Adult

Author: Danella Craig

Language: English

TCIN: 79732930
UPC: 9781733872102
Item Number (DPCI): 247-42-4238


The Kiger Family Papers offer insight into a southern family's antebellum and post-Civil War experiences. Who exactly were all of the souls buried in the cemetery lot in Vicksburg? Was Carrie Kiger the niece or sister of William McKendree Gwin, famous as one of the two � rst United States senators from the maiden State of California?
The Kiger letters surfaced in 1985 when the University of Texas announced that it had bought them along with papers from ours and other antebellum homes. The entire group of papers is known as the Natchez Trace Collection.
These writers never dreamed that anyone other than the intended recipients would read their letters, much less be interested in them. This makes them all the more valuable to us almost two hundred years later. This book, Part 1, covers the years 1833-1866; Part 2 spans 1867-1890.

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