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1814 Court Martial of Tennessee Militiamen; a Report from the War Department to the House of Representatives in the 20th Congress Numbered 140

Tennessee: 1814 Court Martial of Tennessee Militiamen; a Report from the War Department to the House of Representatives in the 20th Congress Numbered 114-TN-0877 131016L

114-TN-0877

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Compendium of Bledsoe County, Tennessee. James L. Douthat

Tennessee: Bledsoe: Compendium of Bledsoe County, Tennessee. James L. Douthat 114-TN-1412 160102L

114-TN-1412

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Overton County, Tennessee Genealogical Records (Whitley)

Tennessee: Overton County, Tennessee Genealogical Records (Whitley) 502-6335 160226L

502-6335

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Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia, 1796-1815. Mrs. John T. Moore

Tennessee: Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia, 1796-1815. Mrs. John T. Moore 502-3865 130916L

502-3865

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Roane County, Tennessee Militia Fines Records 1806-1839. James L. Douthat

Tennessee: Roane County, Tennessee Militia Fines Records 1806-1839. James L. Douthat 114-TN-1314 120926L

114-TN-1314

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Tennessee Militiamen - Territory South of the River Ohio 1790-1796, James L Douthat, 90 pages, Full Name Index, Maps, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2016

Tennessee: Tennessee Militiamen - Territory South of the River Ohio 1790-1796, James L Douthat, 90 pages, Full Name Index, Maps, Soft Cover, Reprinted 114-TN-1413 N For a brief time, Tennessee and Kentucky were lumped together as the Territory South of the River Ohio while at the same time those states North of the River Ohio were also a Territory, i.e. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin. During this time period, the United States was at its weakest and therefore had to rely on the volunteer citizen soldier call militia to protect the frontier from hazards. These volunteers came for a smaller area known as Militia Companies under a Captain who was appointed to maintain the protection of the countryside. When the men were called out to serve, they had to supply their own gun, horse, clothing, and most time even their food.
The volunteers listed in this volume are primarily from upper east Tennessee and upper middle Tennessee as there were few settlers south of Knoxville and Nashville. These areas were part of the Indian Territory authorized by the Federal Treaties. In some cases, the county is listed but not always. Most of the settlement in accounts were done at Knoxville since this was where Governor Blount has residence.

114-TN-1413

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