- "Thar's gold in them thar hills": Gold and Gold Mining in Georgia, 1830s-1940s
- Letter: Saint Louis, Missouri to Wier Boyd, Dahlonega, Georgia, 1891 Oct. 9
- Dickie, F. E.
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- Gold mines and mining--Georgia--Dahlonega
Etowah Gold Mining Company
Boyd, Wier G., 1820-1893
- United States, Georgia, Lumpkin County, Dahlonega, 34.53259, -83.98491
- letters (correspondence)
- Letter from F. E. Dickie, secretary of the Phoenix Gold Mining Company, to Wier Boyd, dated October 9, 1891. Dickie notifies Boyd that parties in the case of Exter v. Etowah Gold Mining Company have agreed to a continuance and asks Boyd to file for said continuance.
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[ Note: [This document contains both typewritten and printed text.]]
[printed text: T. J. CHENEY, Pres. [President] and Treas. [Treasurer]
J.R. BOWMAN, Vice-Pres. [President]
FRED C. EXTER, Sec. [Secretary] and Gen'l. [General ] Mgr. [Manager]
Etowah Gold Mining Co. [Company]
T. J. CHENEY.
FRED C. EXTER.
J. H. ELZEMEYER.]
[printed text: 718 North Broadway,]
[printed text: St. Louis, Mo. [Missouri],] [typewritten text: Oct. [October] 9th-91] [printed text: 189] [blank on form]
[typewritten text: Wier Boyd, Att'y [Attorney],
Dahlonega, Ga. [Georgia]
Referring to case of F. C. Exter vs. [versus], the Etowah Gold Mining Co. [Company], would say, that we would be pleased to have you confer with Mr. W. A. Charters and have the case continued until the next term of court. Mr. Exter has agreed to this and has so written Mr. Charters. We now write you so that you will be apprised of the matter and can take the necessary steps for the continuance. Please let me hear from you relative to the matter as soon as you can, and oblige.
[Signed] F. E. Dickie.]