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TWW Destinies Clash at the City Hotel, Notes Eng Yeatman

TWW Destinies Clash at the City Hotel, Notes Eng Yeatman

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TWW Destinies Clash at the City Hotel, Notes 1
1“To one familiar with...": Cardinal Goodwin, John Charles Fremont: An Explanation of His Career (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford Univ. Press, 1936), p.3.1"Blessed are they...": Jones quoted in Bertram Wyatt-Brown, Honor and Violence In theOld South (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1936). p. 39.1Fremont's career: Allan Nevins, "Fremont, John Charles," in Allen Johnson and DumasMalone, eds., Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. IV (New York: Scribner's, 1933), pp. 19-23.1-2Parents' background: John Bigelow, Memoir of the Life and Public Services of JohnCharles Fremont (New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856), pp.11-22 ; Allan Nevins, FremontThe West’s Greatest Adventurer, Vol. I. (New York: Harper, 1928), pp. 1-6; Goodwin, pp. 1-2; Ferol Egan, Fremont: Explorer for a Restless Nation (Garden City, N.Y.:Doubleday, 1977), pp. 2-5.2"You may spare yourself...": Nevins, p. 5.2“the vile and insidious...": Goodwin, p. 2.2-3Flight of Anne Pryor and Fremon, and birth of baby: Nevins, pp. 6-7.3 "a city of refuge...": L.U. Reavis, The Life and Military Services of Gen. William SelbyHarney (St. Louis: Bryan, Brand & Co., 1878), p. 6.3 "one of those curious...": James Parton, Life of Andrew Jackson, Vol. I (Boston:Tichnor and Fields, 1866), p. 391.4"Tennessee was the Wild West...": Gerald W. Johnson, Andrew Jackson: An Epic inHomespun (New York: Minton, Balch & Co., 1927), p. 47.4"settle them cases...": Marquis James, The Life of Andrew Jackson (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1938), p. 28.11245678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546474849502
 
TWW Destinies Clash at the City Hotel, Notes 2
4 Jackson's duels and near-duels: Paul I. Wellman, The House Divides, etc., Mainstreamof America Series (New York: Doubleday, 1966), p. 38.4 "Wild Bill Hickcock...": Johnson, p. 80.4Benton-Jackson friendship: William N. Chambers, "Thomas Hart Bentonin Tennessee, 1801-1832,", Vol. VIII, No.4 (December 1949), pp. 291-331.5Benton's university days: William Nisbet Chambers, Old Bullion Benton: Senator fromthe New West (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1956) p. 15.5Benton farm: Lyn Sullivan, Back Home in Williamson County (Franklin, TN:Williamson County Bank, 1986), pp. 112-13; James A. Crutchfield, Williamson County:A Picture History (Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Co., 1980), pp. 30-31 [photo of house];Thomas Hart Benton, Thirty Years” View, etc., Vol. I (New York: D. Appleton and Co.,1886), p. ii.5Benton's early career: W. W. Faw, "Missouri Did Not' Produce' Thomas Hart Benton,"Franklin, TN. Review-Appeal, August 2, 1945; William N. Chambers, "Thomas Hart – Benton in Tennessee, 1801-1802," Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Vol. VIII, No.4(December 1949), pp. 291-331; Thomas Vance Little, "The Tennessee Years of ThomasHart Benton," Tennessee Valley Historical Review, Vol. 2, No.3 (Fall 1973), pp. 30-37;Van West, "Tracing Rutherford's Best State Senator," Accent [Murfreesboro, TN. Daily News Journal], April 9, 1978, pp. 3-6.351525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990
 
TWW Destinies Clash at the City Hotel, Notes 3
5-6Jackson at Natchez and march home: Robert V. Remini, Andrew Jackson and the Courseof American Empire, 1767-1821 (New York: Harper & Row, 1977), pp. 170-80.6Hair-cutting episode: Louise Littleton Davis, "He'd Rather Fight Than Crop," in heMore Tales of Tennessee (Gretna, LA.: Pelican Publishing Co., 1978), pp. 56- 61.6William Carroll vs. Jesse Benton: Remini, pp. 180-82.6Jackson-Benton exchange of letters: Harold D. Moser and Sharon MacPherson, eds., ThePapers of Andrew Jackson, Vol. II, 1804-1813. (Knoxville: The Univ. of TennesseePress, 1984)IPP. 413-15, 418-22.7Jackson-Benton brawl: John Spencer Bassett, ed., Correspondence of Andrew Jackson,Vol. I, to April 30, 1814 (Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington,1926), pp. 317-18 (James W. Sitler affidavit; Benton's newspaper account); Parton, "Feudand Affray with the Bentons," pp. 386~98.(based~on John Coffee's recollections).Secondary accounts: Remini, pp. 184-86; Elbert W. Smith, " 'Now Defend Yourself, YouDamned Rascal'.” American Heritage, Vol. IX, No.2 (February 1958), pp. 44-47, 106;Hugh Walker, "A Shootout On the Square," in his Tennessee Tales (Nashville: AuroraPublishers), pp. 205-09.8Danger to baby: Bigelow, p. 22; Egan, p. 6.8Benton confiding in a letter: Parton, 395-96.9Benton leaves Tennessee: William N. Chambers, "Thwarted Warrior: The Last Years oThomas Hart Benton in Tennessee, 1812-1812," East Tennessee Historical Society' sPublications No. 22 (1950), pp. 19-44.9"guard his house...": Chambers, Old Bullion Benton, p. 122.9"an extraordinary idea…: Ibid., p. 147.10Bullet removal: Ibid., pp. 194-95.4919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118119120121122123124125126127128129130131132133134135136137138139140141

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