George F. Dugger Autobiography
Scope and Contents
The Memoirs and Historical Notes of George Frederick Dugger, Sr. cover data from 1766 to 1973. The 211-page work is an account of his genealogical roots as well as his personal life. It includes historic information on the roads and highways of Carter County, Tennessee and a history of the Elizabethton Water System and monument near the courthouse. The work is divided into two sections: chapters 2 through 15 deal with his personal experience as related to his legal and political careers; chapter 16 is a 26-part detailed account of his experiences in World War I.
- Dugger, George F., 1896-1983 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The notes are open for research.
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Method of Acquisition
The George Frederick Dugger, Sr. Autobiography was separated from the second addition to the D. P. Culp Papers (accession 1984-049) in the Archives of Appalachia on May 15, 1985.
J. Shelton completed processing and the file was opened for research September 1986.
- Carter County (Tenn.) -- History Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Dugger family
- Political participation Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
- Tennessee Bar Association
- World War, 1914-1918--Personal narrative Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
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