In this, her third volume of Tennessee newspaper abstracts, Mrs.
Eddlemon has again attempted to capture all names of local
residents from all types of announcements, ads, and notices. They
are drawn from three early Tennessee newspapers, all of which
predate the first complete Federal census, and hence, are of great
genealogical interest. The material includes lists of delinquent
taxpayers, dead letters at the post office, runaway spouses and
slaves, and all kinds of sales of goods and services, in addition
to the usual marriage and death notices. The papers covered in this
volume are: The Jackson Gazette, 1825-1828, The Sparta Review,
1823-1825, and The Knoxville Register, 1821-1822.
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