From the notes I have amassed, some coming directly from two friends, Mademosielle Sarrade and Robert Haulotte, I should like to recall the man who was Luca Pacioli from Borgo San Sepolcro, a Franciscan monk of the second half of the 15th century.
Freeman, Samuel, 1743-1831. The Town Officer;Municipal finance -- Accounting
Recent research has produced the earliest known treatise on Accounting written by an American. Samuel Freeman's The Town Officer  is significant in that it recommended double-entry fund accounting for municipalities. The paper analyzes and...
Parent and child; Religion; Baptists; Tuition; Education; Women in education; Church attendance;
Matthew writes of the state of education in Richland and that of his children. Also discusses religion, attendance in his church. Finally, Matthew includes a note to Mr. Wear concerning Mary's tuition.
Dalton, First Battle of, Ga., 1864; Death; Military retreats; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Prisoners and prisons; Soldiers -- Wounds and injuries;
Roberts writes about a battle two miles northeast of Dalton in which they sent the Union back to Chattanooga. He notes that the Confederates lost about 125 killed and wounded but that the Union lost three times as many and 150 Federals were taken...