Alabama Department of Archives and History
In the Bragg family photographs, ca. 1935, 1 folder.
Persons represented include John Bragg.
University of North Carolina
Southern Historical Collection
Chapel Hill, NC
1851-1887, 617 items.
The papers of John Bragg consist mostly of political and constituent correspondence, 1851-1853, while he was a Democratic U.S. Representative, concerning Mobile, Alabama, and national politics, especially political appointments. Also included are some letters during the same period from John Bragg's brothers, Braxton (1817-1876), then a U.S. Army officer, and Thomas (1810-1872), governor and U.S. Senator of North Carolina, discussing political events in Washington, D.C., especially concerning the Army, and elections and politics in North Carolina. Also available are extensive papers relating to the management of John Bragg's cotton plantation in Lowndes County, Ala., 1866-1877. An unpublished description is available in the library.
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