Eliza Williams Chotard Gould memoirs
Scope and Contents
The collection contains two typescript copies of memoirs originally written in 1868. The memoirs discusses Natchez, Mississippi, the Battle of New Orleans, Andrew Jackson's home The Hermitage, Huntsville, Alabama, and early Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
- Gould, Eliza Williams (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Eliza Williams Chotard Gould was the descendant of 18th century French settlers. Members of her family had been early residents of Natchez, Mississippi. She married William Proctor Gould, who was postmaster of Tuscaloosa, Alabama in the 1820s.
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Two typescript copies of an 1868 memoirs written by early Tuscaloosa resident of French ancestry, whose family were Natchez, Mississippi pioneers.
Gift of Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Rowland, 1962
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unknown, 2008; updated by Martha Bace, 2013
- Guide to the Eliza Williams Chotard Gould memoirs
- February 2008
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