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Title:[Letter] 1822 Jan. 27, Knoxville, T[ennessee] [to] John Overton, Nashville, T[ennessee] / P.M. Miller : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Miller, P.M.
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Date: January 27, 1822
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter from P.M. Miller to John Overton, dated January 27, 1822. Miller gives a list of several topics that he wants Overton to consider. He wonders if there is someone other than Andrew Jackson to run for governor of Tennessee. Miller intimates that Jackson may be groomed for President if elected governor. He mentions the penitentiary house and that another may be built if needed. Miller writes about the question of slavery's effect on the presidential election. He thinks there will be many candidates running for president.
Collection:Overton Papers
Box:Correspondence
Folder:12
Document:sl440
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