Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/n78095801
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Emma Marie Cutter (1853-1937) was born in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, and attended the State Normal School at Bridgewater, Massachesetts, from 1871-1875. Cutter began teaching at the Peabody (also known as State) Normal School in Nashville, Tennessee, immediately after her graduation until 1881. This diary, which she kept from 1876-1878, discusses her life as a teacher, her travels to the Northeast to visit her family in the summer, and the people she encountered in the post-Civil War South.
Dates: 1876 - 1878
Abstract A letter dated 26 January 1865, to a friend, B. F. Brown, in Nashville, written by a soldier in the 4th Alabama Cavalry while in prison hospital in Delaware. Discusses taking the loyalty oath to end his imprisonment.
Overview Contains the note books of his work as an engineer in Nashville, Tennessee, two books on engineering, photo cards from the Sigma Nu fraternity in Indianapolis, Indiana, and an invitation to the University of Alabama, Alabama Corps of Cadets on July 5, 1876.
Collection — Box 2009001.031: 
Overview Five photographs depicting scenes from Nashville, Tennessee.