William Johnston Cocke's compilation of the Colonel William M. Cocke (1815-1896) manuscript, 1949.

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Cocke, William Johnston,. William Johnston Cocke's compilation of the Colonel William M. Cocke (1815-1896) manuscript, 1949.

William Johnston Cocke's compilation of the Colonel William M. Cocke (1815-1896) manuscript, 1949.

Material compiled by William Johnston Cocke about William Michael Cocke (1815-1896) of Tennessee, lawyer, judge, and U.S. representative, 1845-1849, including newspaper interviews and biographical tributes; Cocke's address on the death of John Quincy Adams; transcriptions of Cocke family letters, 1815- 1832; two photographs; and a sketch of his grandfather William Cocke, Indian fighter and U.S. senator.

1 v. (34 p.)

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