Claiborne, William C. C. (William Charles Cole), 1775-1817.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence and military orders of David Banister Morgan (1773-1848), as well as financial and slave records. Morgan was a commander of troops on the west bank of the Mississippi River under Andrew Jackson between 1814 and 1815 during the Battle of New Orleans.
This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, notes, scrapbooks, diaries, clippings, local history and family histories of George Purnell Whittington, historian and author, of Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Included are G.P. Whittington's correspondence with noted historians such as Grace King and Herbert E. Bolton. Also included is copies of correspondence of William C.C. Claiborne, Edward Livingston, and Josiah Stoddard Johnston, as well as the letters and diary of John Sibley.
The collection consists of copies of correspondence (1788-1818) and two original land transactions (1818-1819) involving James Wilkinson (1757-1825). Wilkinson was governor of the Louisiana Territory in 1805. He was also known to be involved in what was known as the "Burr Conspiracy." Correspondents include George Washington, Juan Ventura Morales, Thomas Jefferson, and W.C.C. Claiborne.
2 sheets. First sheet is plan of plantation belonging to Francous Merieult near Opelousas, La. in St. Landry Parish from circa 1811. Ink and watercolor on paper. Created by the creole architect Barthelemy Lafon. The second sheet is a description of the property and mortage disclaimer. Signed by Lafon on 1811 December 15, a notary on 1812 January 20, and signed by territorial governor William C.C. Claiborne on 1812 March 28.
The collection is made up of correspondence and papers of William Claiborne created during the periods while he was Governor first of the Mississippi Territory and later the Governor of Louisiana. Included in the collection is a petition requesting Claiborne's assistance in collecting debts owed to merchants and other inhabitants of New Orleans from the Spanish Government. There are also several letters concerning the exemption of French citizens from militia duty.
- Correspondence 6
- Governors -- Louisiana -- History 2
- New Orleans, Battle of, New Orleans, La, 1815 2
- Orders (military records) 2
- Property records 2
- Slave records 2
- Slavery -- Louisiana -- History -- 19th century 2
- Affidavits 1
- African Americans--Southern States--History--To 1863 1
- Alexandria (La) -- History 1
- Architects 1
- Certificates 1
- Clippings (information artifacts) 1
- Conveyances 1
- Cotton trade -- Louisiana -- New Orleans 1
- Decisions 1
- Deeds 1
- Diaries 1
- Envelopes 1
- Historians -- Louisiana -- History 1 ∧ less