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Title:[Letter] 1845 Jun. 23, Hendersonville [Tennessee] [to] A[ndrew] J[ackson] Donelson, N[ew] Orleans, L[ouisian]a / Dan[ie]l S. Donelson : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Donelson, Daniel S.

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Date: June 23, 1845
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter dated June 23, 1845. It is to Andrew Jackson Donelson in the care of Major Thomas B. Eastland, from his brother Daniel S. Donelson. Andrew is returning from Texas where he has been conducting annexation negotiations. Daniel is considering a trip to Washington D.C. in relation to some land that he wants near the Rio Grande. He hopes to meet William Marcy, President Polk's Secretary of War. Daniel writes to Andrew that he wishes that Andrew could have made it to General Andrew Jackson's deathbed. Daniel expresses regret that General Houston did not make it either, until right after Jackson had died.
Collection:Bettie Donelson Papers
Box:III-E-2-3, b1

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