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  • Folder Title: 1821
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    • Appointments files of Governor Thomas Bibb.

    • 1820-1821
    • This series contains correspondence relating to appointments, commissions and resignations. Much of the material from September to December 1820 consists of resignations from county court judges. Other notable items include a letter of resignation...
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    • Administrative files of Governor Thomas Bibb.

    • 1820-1821
    • This series consists of financial records and correspondence, such as letters from citizens discussing the militia, local politics, and elections. Notable items include material related to river navigation; documents concerning a loan made to the...
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    • Bills and resolutions passed by the Alabama Legislature.

    • 1821-1839
    • In addition to the bills and resolutions, this series also includes amendments and substitutions; journal approvals; messages and appointments from the governor; messages from the House and Senate; motions and notices in writing; petitions; reports...
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    • Letter from Thomas Lovett to James Dellet in Claiborne, Alabama.

    • 1821 March 23
    • In the letter Lovett discusses a dispute over a slave from the estate of John Bell; because Dellet had been involved with Bell's purchase of the slave, Lovett asks him to supply any available records related to the transaction.
    • Q10949 - Q10951
    • Administrative files of Governor Israel Pickens.

    • 1817-1825
    • The correspondence deals with a wide variety of topics such as state's financial situation; banking; river and harbor navigation; publications from other states; the militia and arms supplies; salt springs; and university lands. Correspondents...
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    • Appointments files of Governor Israel Pickens.

    • 1821-1825
    • This series consists of letters requesting commissions, letters of recommendation, and resignations. Most relate to civil and military appointments within the state, especially for county and local officials (with a few exceptions, such as...
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