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    • U. S. vs William Purcell

    • Indiana Territory;
    • On April 9, 1804 William Purcell swears on oath to Sheriff William Prince that 2 horses and 7 cattle were the only taxable livestock he owned. He is accused of perjury. He is accused of not accounting for 1 horse and he is accused of owing $3 more...
    • United States vs. Burrell, Joseph

    • Indiana Territory;
    • Joseph Burrell is accused of releasing John Campbell from the county jail. He is accused of breaking the jail door open with a bar of iron on the Feb. 18, 1807. John Campbell was accused of robbery and was being held at the county jail. A statement...
    • Skelton, John

    • Indiana Territory;
    • John Skelton is accused of taking a hog on December 17, 1807. The hog is valued at $5 and is the property of Robert Falls. Henry Hurst, Defense Attorney for the defendant pleads not guilty. The jury finds John Skelton not guilty. James Robb is the...
    • Chinn, Jesse adv United States

    • Indiana Territory;
    • An indictment is filed March 25, 1813 against Jesse Chinn for assault and battery on Esther Bazadone. He is accused of beating, bruising and wounding her with great damage. The indictment is signed by William Prince, Prosecuting Attorney. Isaac...
    • Scrapbook no. 23

    • Sullivan County (Ind.)--History; Maple, James B. (James Brian), 1879-1970;
    • Dr. James B. Maple was a local doctor and historian who in his spare time researched early Vincennes and Sullivan newspapers for items concerning Sullivan Co. He clipped items and took notes and filled 42 volumes of scrapbooks which have a...
    • Roman Spitz vs Joseph Antoine Sheffold

    • Indiana Territory;
    • Joseph Antoine Scheffold is ordered to appear at the Court of Common Pleas to answer to a plea of damages from slander. On June 18, 1854 the plaintiff and defendant come to court and after hearing explanations and informing them of their rights...
    • Latref, Joseph adv United States

    • Indiana Territory;
    • William Prince, Prosecuting Attorney for Knox County files an indictment against Joseph Lattref, a black man, of the township of Vincennes. He is accused of taking in September or October 1813 with arms and force a cow owned by Samuel T. Scott. The...
    • Clinton on the Wabash

    • Clinton (Ind.) -- History; Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; City & town life; African Americans; Steamboats; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Railroads; Economic & industrial aspects; Coal miners -- Indiana --...
    • Contents: Steamboat era (1800-1861); Clinton and the Civil War (1861-1865); Railroads bring growth (1870-1900); Starting a new century (1900-1920); Clinton, 1912; Short histories of businesses (1900-1925); Boom times, 1920's; Coal-mining; Roller...
    • Berger, Victor, 1913-06-06

    • Miners' strikes; West Virginia Mine Wars, W. Va., 1897-1921;
    • Report to the National Committee of the Socialist Party, signed by Berger, Adolph Germer, and Eugene V. Debs, 6/6/1913. Says that they went to Charleston, West Virginia to investigate the strike situation in West Virginia pursuant to the request of...
    • White, John P. 1915-04-20

    • United Mine Workers of America;
    • Copy of letter from Theodore Debs, 04/20/1915. Remarks that like White, Paul Paulsen also criticized Eugene V. Debs' article. Says that Eugene V. Debs' article was written after speaking with Fred Holt, Alex Howat and several rank and file members...
    • Warren, Fred D.  n.d

    • Appeal to Reason; Socialist Labor Party;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on APPEAL TO REASON letterhead, n.d. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he is now a "private citizen." Says that he does not want Eugene V. Debs to have any ill-feelings towards him whatsoever. Writes that he was always thinking of...
    • Goodyear, Rosalie 1926-09-15

    • Fans (Persons); Salutations; Sick persons; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; New York World; Publications;
    • Letter to Thedore Debs, 9/15/26. Says that she would rather be anywhere than in New York City, New York. Writes that she is now the secretary to O. H. Cosgrove, editor of the SUNDAY WORLD. Expresses the hope that Eugene V. Debs is feeling better....
    • Quinlan, Patrick 1915-03-02

    • Prison sentences; Political prisoners
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 3/2/1915. Says that he wanted to write Eugene V. Debs before leaving for the New Jersey state prison. Assures Eugene V. Debs that he appreciated the 2 letters that Eugene V. Debs sent him from the coast. Tells Eugene V....
    • Reilley, James M 1912-08-07

    • Barnes, John Mahlon, 1866-1934;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 8/7/1912. Writes that if Reilly sees nothing unfortunate in the selection of J. Mahlon Barnes as campaign manager that it is useless for him to explain why the selection of J. Mahlon Barnes was an unwise one. Says that...

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