Green Clay collection  1753-1818 (bulk 1813)
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Additional Descriptive Data

Alternate Locations

The following map is housed in the Clements Library Map Division: A Map of Jersey Field

Related Materials

Combs, Leslie. Col. Wm. Dudley's defeat opposite Fort Meigs: May 5th, 1813. Official report from Captain Leslie Combs to General Green Clay. Cincinnati: Printed for William Dodge [by] Spiller & Gates, 1869.

Greene, David C. White Hall state shrine, home of General Green Clay and his son General Cassius Marcellus Clay. Richmond, Ky.: the author, 1972.

The Clements Library's Forgeries Collection holds one related item: Simon Kenton to Green Clay, November 30, 1810

The Clements Library's Van Deventer papers hold several copies of orders by Green Clay, March 19, April 5, 9, 12, 17 (2), 21, 1813

Bibliography

Ward, Harry M. "Clay, Green." American National Biography Online. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Partial Subject Index
Bradley, Andrew.
  • 1809, May 13
Courts-martial and courts of inquiry.
  • 1813, August 1
Deeds-Land Titles.
  • 1786, August 24
Ellis, L.M.
  • 1813, August 11
Communications, military – equipment and supplies.
  • 1813, April 17
  • 1813, April 20
Kentucky Militia--War of 1812--Campaigns--Regulations.
  • 1808, November 29
  • 1813, February 16 (rough draft)
  • 1813 February 19 (final draft)
Hamilton, Major.
  • 1753, July 18
Hamilton, Otho.
  • n.d.
Hawkins, Thomas. L.
  • 1813, October 2
Hollins, A. W.
  • 1813, September 11
Howard, Samuel.
  • 1813, September 21
Key, James.
  • 1801, December 26
Logan, William.
  • 1813, March 14
Map.
  • n.d.
McMurtry, Joseph.
  • 1814, November 10
  • 1815, June 16
Mountjoy, Thomas.
  • 1813, June 21
  • 1813, July 5
Muster Reports.
  • 1813, April 13
  • 1813, April 26
  • 1813, April 29
  • 1813 May 8
  • 1813 September 10
  • 1813, April 20
  • 1816, April 1
  • n.d.
  • n.d.
Perkins, Col.
  • n.d.
Pierce, Benjamin.
  • 1813, March 4
Requisition, Military.
  • n.d.
Smith, Hubbard.
  • 1813, June 14
Therbrook, Lt. General.
  • 1809, August 13
Writ of Debt.
  • 1753, September