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The Freedmen's Bureau Online

Records of the Assistant Commissioner for the State of Tennessee
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1865-1869.
National Archives Microfilm Publication M999 Roll 34
Transportation Reports

Report of Transportation issued by Bvt. Maj. Gen. W. P. Carlin, Assist. Commr. for the State of Tennessee for the month ending June 30th 1868

Date of issue No. of order Persons or Stores En route from En route to Class Remarks
June 5th 64 W. H. Stillwell Humboldt, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Destitute refugee Indigent scholar en-route to Look Out Mt. Ed. Institution. Transportation ordered under special authority from the Commr. contained in an endorsement dated Washington, April 20/68 on comd. Of the Asst. Comr. dated Apl. 15/68.
June 22 68 Fred Hunt & nine (9) others Nashville Memphis Destitute freedmen Students of the Fisk University receiving aid from the Peabody Ed. Fund en-route home. Transportation ordered under special instructions of the Commissioner contained in an endorsement dated Washington June 17th 1868, upon a cmd. From Prof. Jno. Ogden, Supt. Fisk University dated Nashville, Tenn. June 10th/68.
" " Lindsay Roberts & four (4) others Nashville Knoxville Destitute freedmen


" " Edward Singleton and Augustus Hawkins Nashville, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Destitute freedmen


" " Ellen Marshall and Talitha White Nashville McMinnville, Tenn. Destitute freedmen


" " Fannie Patterson Nashville Gallatin, Tenn. Destitute freedmen