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    • Esther Hollingsworth oral history interview

    • Hollingsworth, Esther, 1918-2000; Prohibition; Mining; City & town life; Sewing; Dance parties; Prostitution; Social life; Coal mining; Coal miners; Labor unions; Oral history; Sewing; Storytelling;
    • Esther Hollingsworth is a long-time resident of the coal mining community of Universal, Indiana. She was born in 1918 and married Ben Hollingsworth, a coal miner. She is also a gifted storyteller who can make the old days come alive. She and...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Truman Karanovich oral history interview

    • Karanovich, Truman, 1914-; Saints; Christmas; Manners & customs; Easter; Coal miners; Coal mining; Oral history; Death; Prostitution; Prohibition;
    • Truman Karanovich is a first generation American born to Serbian parents in Clinton, Indiana. Mr. Karanovich and his wife discuss Serbian holiday traditions, coal mining, death, prostitution, and the prohibition with Keith Ludden.
    • Latriff, Joseph adv United States

    • Indiana Territory;
    • A summons dated November 16, 1813 is issued to the Sheriff of Knox County. He is to summon Samuel Parr and Maria, a black woman, to the Court of Common Pleas on the 16th instant to give evidence on behalf of the United States to the Grand Jury. A...
    • Civil War: Cartridge case, Union U.S., 1861

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Soldiers -- Equipment and supplies;
    • A Union soldier's U. S. cartridge case, 1861. A leather Union issue cartridge case with a U. S. army stamp on the lid. The top is secured by a set of two straps that buckle down on the bottom of the case. It was originally dyed a dark brown but age...
    • Civil War: GAR application William U. Burns

    • Grand Army of the Republic. Oliver Morton Post No. 1 (Terre Haute, Ind.); United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Burns, William U.; United States. Army. Indiana. Company C;
    • This is the Grand Army of the Republic application of William U. Burns, date omitted. William enlisted on March 2, 1864 as a Private in Company C Elworth Regiment of the Indiana Volunteers and was discharged on July 26, 1865. William's application...
    • Philips, Joseph adv U. S.

    • Indiana Territory;
    • A recognizance bond is issued February 19, 1808 for Joseph Philips of Harrison Township and John B. Drennan. They are to come before Walter Wilson, Esquire and state that Joseph Philips owes to the U. S. $100 and the said John B Drennan owes $50...
    • Ewing, Nathaniel adv U S

    • Indiana Territory;
    • A summons is issued to the Knox County Court Sheriff to take to court David Lilly on the first Monday of January next. He is to give evidence for the U. S. against Nathaniel Ewing, defendant, for retailing merchandise without a certificate. The...
    • Ellis, Wrexhem adv U S

    • Indiana Territory;
    • An indictment is filed during the August Term 1813. The indictment is against Wrexham Ellis for battery on Fanny Dixon. The U. S. and body of the county of Knox upon their oath present that Wrexham Ellis late of the Township of Vincennes in the...
    • Fossi's Bakery oral history interview

    • Oral history; Baked products; Bakeries; Baking; Fossi's Bakery (Clinton, Ind.); Prulhiere, Carl; Fossi, Clara, d. 1991; Fossi, Eda;
    • Fossi's Bakery has been a Clinton institution for many years. Keith Ludden interviewed Clara Fossi, Eda Fossi, and Carl Prulhiere on a hot summer morning as they made Italian bread and breadsticks.
    • United States vs. Bass, Etheldred T

    • Indiana Territory;
    • The sheriff is commanded to take into court Richard Phelon, Jacob Tevebaught and; ----Pride on the 3rd Monday, March 1807 to give evidence on the behalf of the U. S. against Etheldred T. Bass for larceny. They are not to leave town under the...
    • Lydia of color adv U S

    • Indiana Territory;
    • During the March 1815 term the jurors for the U. S. upon their oath present that Lydia, a woman of color, in the service of William McIntosh on the 7th of December 1814 did with force and arms take 200 silver half dollars valued at $100. These...
    • United States vs. Nathaniel Ewing

    • Indiana Territory;
    • The Grand Jury for he U. S. and for the body of the County of Knox upon their oath present that Nathaniel Ewing, trader, after September 17, 1807 to June 1, 1810 was not the owner and possessor of merchandise or the produce or manufacture of the...
    • Small, John and Mark Barnett adv U S

    • Indiana Territory;
    • An indenture of the child Nancy made May 8, 1805 and witnessed by Francis Vigo and Peter Jones, Overseers of the Poor for Vincennes Township, Knox County Indiana Territory by the appointment and consent of George Wallace and Able Westfall. They are...
    • Thompson, John F adv U S

    • Indiana Territory;
    • During the August 1813 Term, the jurors for the U. S. and body of the County of Knox hear the case of U. S. vs John F. Thompson. The jurors are presented that John F. Thompson, late of Busseron Township of Knox County, blacksmith, on the first day...

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