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William Thomas McGaha and wife with children Great Smoky Mountains National Park William Thomas McGaha and wife Haseltine Wilson McGaha with children. From Left - Burn McGaha Leatherwood, Arthur, Bartley Lee, Estelle. Date 1907 - 1908.McGaha, William Thomas Family, III-P-17989
Legal document listing births, deaths, and marriages in the Wager and Jacobs families, August 8 1793 [Recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Elizabeth Jacobs, deposition, 1793. Confirms the birth of Sarah, the marriage of Sarah to John Wager, birth of John Jr. Elizabeth Jacobs is the sister of Robert Harper. She was married to Joseph until widowed and then married a Jacobs in 1753. Cross reference hafe 216438 where John Wager Sr suggests to John Jr to get confirmation that he is son of Sarah and heir to property that once belonged to Robert Harper.
1793-08-16
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Legal document listing births, deaths, and marriages in the Wager and Jacobs families, August 8 1793 [Verso] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Elizabeth Jacobs, deposition, 1793. Confirms the birth of Sarah, the marriage of Sarah to John Wager, birth of John Jr. Elizabeth Jacobs is the sister of Robert Harper. She was married to Joseph until widowed and then married a Jacobs in 1753. Cross reference hafe 216438 where John Wager Sr suggests to John Jr to get confirmation that he is son of Sarah and heir to property that once belonged to Robert Harper.
1793-08-16
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Photographs of Leatherwood couples for three generations Great Smoky Mountains National Park Three Generations of Leatherwoods, III-P-17990
Family, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado Kings Mountain National Military Park
Mountain Couple, circa 1937 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mountain Couple, III-P-4507, History - Mountain People
Circa 1937
Family walking trail Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Carver, Aden, circa 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Carver, Aden, III-P-4465, History - Mountain People
Circa 1935
Whaley Family Great Smoky Mountains National Park Whaley Family, III-P-18215
Family leaving park museum Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Picture of family on driveway Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Yellowstone photo album 2, page 130 Yellowstone National Park
Young boy reading trail sign Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Letter, 1871 May 22, Ellen Aris (Harpers Ferry) to Virginia Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Letter from Ellen Avis, Harpers Ferry to "Virginia", dated May 22, 1871.
1871-05-22
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Homesteaders, Elliott Key Biscayne National Park; National Park Service Family living on Elliott key.
Yellowstone photo album 1, page 37 Yellowstone National Park
Letter, 1871 May 22, Ellen Aris (Harpers Ferry) to Virginia Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Ellen Aris writing about her uncle Robert's land and other family members 
1871-05-22
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Mary Payne and family, Pinnacle Fork, North Carolina, 1916 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mary Payne and Family, Pinnacle Fork, N.C. 1916? (Jim Shelton's sister)
1916
Letter, 1871 July 29, Ellen Avis (Harpers Ferry) to Mr. A, Denver (Washington DC), page 1 and 3 [recto] Harpers Ferry National Historical Park; National Park Service Ellen Avis writing about family lineage
1871-07-29
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Group photo of Teaster Family, Elkmont, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Teaster Family Elkmont, III-F-17539
Visitors, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Visitors; 8x10, Visitors
Yellowstone photo album 1, page 36 Yellowstone National Park
Mirandy Bradshaw with family, Pinnacle Fork, North Carolina, 1916 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mirandy Bradshaw and family, Pinnacle Fork, NC. 1916? (Jim Shelton's half-sister)
1916
Shelton family by snow covered trees, circa 1922 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Shelton family by snow covered tree, ca 1922. 2 negatives on one glass.
Circa 1922
W.G.B. Messer family standing on porches of house Great Smoky Mountains National Park W.G.B. Messer family stands on porches of house.W.G.B. Messer Family, III-P-4825, History - Mountain People
Speech and visitors, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Visitors; 5x7, Visitors
Yellowstone photo album 1a, page 12 Yellowstone National Park
Presentation of flag, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Presenting State Flag; 3.5x5, Visitors
George W. Wilcox and family in skunk breeding pens, Arkansas Great Smoky Mountains National Park George W. Wilcox family with skunk breeding pens in Arkansas.Skunk breeding pens, III-F-17219
Presentation of flag, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Presenting State Flag; 3.5x5, Visitors
Family walking on road, circa 1955 Everglades National Park; National Park Service Close up view of family walking on road, child holding fish.
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Circa 1955
Illustrated portrait of King George III and family Fort Sumter National Monument King George III and Family.
American Ex-POW plaque, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site AXPOW Plaque; 5x7, Miscellaneous
American Ex-POW plaque, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site AXPOW Plaque; 5x7, Miscellaneous
Donation of POW artifact, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Donation of POW Artifact; 8x10
Stinnett Family, Greenbrier Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Minnie Ownby Cantrell Stinnett (wife of Caswell Stinnett) and their children.Stinnett Family Greenbrier, III-P-18222
Donation of POW plaque, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Donation of POW Plaque; 8x10, Visitors
Yellowstone photo album 14, page 46 Yellowstone National Park
Aden Carver and his daughter-in-law. Carver, Aden, circa 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Aden Carver and his daughter-in-law.Carver, Aden, III-P-4463, History - Mountain People
Circa 1935
Large gathering posing for photograph Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Vickie Revels, YCC leader, Mark Woods, Ranger, Chris Schofield at gathering
Church Group, Roaring Fork Creek, 1920 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Original Captions: 0; Church Group; Roaring Fork Creek; III-P-16434, History - Mountain People .Church Group; Roaring Fork Creek, III-P-16434, History - Mountain People
1920
Yellowstone photo album 1a, page 24 Yellowstone National Park
Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Ownby and family. Dudley Creek. Tilman Ownsy Family, circa 1930 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Ownby and family. Dudley Creek.Tilman Ownsy Family, III-P-4277, History - Mountain People
Circa 1930
Donation of WWII POW artifacts, Andersonville National Historic Site, Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Donation of WWII POW Artifacts; 8x10
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1982-06
Webb family reunion in Wears Cove, 1986 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Reunion in Wears Cove- Webb family at John Webb home ca 1916 [Effie Phipps identified at Trotter Reunion 29 Sept. 1986]
1986-09-29

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