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Title:[Letter] [to] Finis Ewing, Lexington, M[issouri] / J[ames] Smith : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Smith, James

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Date: ca. 1837
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter from Rev. James Smith Rev. Finis Ewing. The date is unknown. He is writing in response to his uncle's inquiry about General Andrew Jackson joining the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Smith is unhappy about it, for he does not believe Jackson to be a true believer. He writes about having preached at the Hermitage. While there, Smith gets involved in a dispute between Mrs. Jackson and the local minister.
Collection:Finis Ewing Papers

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