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This letter from Aswell Eller to his father, Luke Eller, asks Luke not to come look for land until a later date because of the increased prices. Aswell says that crops are also increasing in price. Aswell has asked his father to pay for the postage…

This short letter to Luke Eller from a son tells of his stay with an uncle on account of bad weather. He also warns his father about the serious condition of the East Tennessee banks.

This note written by Edward King is a documentation of the debt of $ 4.46 that Luke Eller had to William Weaver on April 9th, 1859. The note was signed by Edward King and William Weaver.

This is the receipt for an exchange made between Luke Eller and John A.Ashley of one hundred and thirty dollars.

This letter from Susan Eller to Luke and Sarah Eller discusses farming and the impact of Reconstruction on Susan. Susan mentions the price of crops and that some vendors of farm animals are not selling in her area anymore because there is an…

This is a letter from Luke Eller to B. F. Dickson, transcribed by Joseph Lafayette Eller. Luke Eller tells Dickson that someone by the name of Hiram Brown has run away again and that he is offering a 500 dollar reward for bringing him back.

This is a letter from Sally King to her aunt and uncle Sarah and Luke Eller. Sally talks primarily about her strong religious belief and talks about her fears that several of her family members won’t go to Heaven because they aren’t as fervent…

This is a letter from Hansford Eller to Luke Eller. The letter is very faint, making it largely illegible.

This is a letter from Hansford Eller to his parents, Luke and Sarah Eller. Hansford says that he has heard from his brother Aswell, and that he is fine. There is also mention of an attack planned on a town once a gunboat comes to the area, however,…

This is a letter from Hansford Eller to Luke Eller, his father. Hansford is serving in the Confederate Army and has been away from home for some time, and is hoping to come back soon. His grandmother, he says, has grim outlooks on both the war and…