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Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1782-03-18 - 1850-03-31

American statesman and political theorist from South Carolina who served as the seventh vice president of the United States from 1825 to 1832.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew Jackson Papers, 1813-1847

 Collection
Identifier: MC-1954-109
Scope and Contents Ten of these items are letters, two of them addressed to his wife, Rachel. Other letters are mostly concerned with military matters, one addressed to James Calhoun who was at the time Secretary of War. Jackson writes to Gov. William Schley of Georgia informing him that "Jessup has not delivered the Creek prisoners to the State of Georgia." Also included are a number of badly faded photostats.Interesting item: In a letter written to Governor Lumpkin, May 28, 1835, Jackson states...
Dates: 1813 - 1847

G. Gray to J.C. Calhoun, 1824-02-28

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1975.006.2 Caddo.003
Scope and Contents Typed transcription of a letter from G. Gray (Red River Indian Agent) to J.C. Calhoun (Secretary of War)
Dates: 1824-02-28

G. Gray to J.C. Calhoun, 1824-12-30

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1975.006.2 Caddo.005
Scope and Contents Typed transcription of a letter from G. Gray (Red River Indian Agent) to J.C. Calhoun (Secretary of War)
Dates: 1824-12-30

Treaty of Eastern Indians, 1818-1826

 Collection
Identifier: MS-157
Scope and Contents A treaty of several tribes (Seneca, Wyandot, Delaware, etc.) concluded at St. Mary's, Ohio, 1818, and was signed by Vice President Calhoun in 1826. Accompanying this treaty is a very large plat showing the allotment of lands. The plat is signed by Josua Meigs, Surveyor-General of the United States.
Dates: 1818 - 1826