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  • Arrive for the 1846 Season

    Arrive for the 1846 Season
    Dixons Arrive to Spend Winter at Corcorans with Mr. & Mrs. Julien, son of Chef of the Presidents
  • Visit Miss Lydia S. English's School

    Visit Miss Lydia S. English's School
  • End of 1845-47 Diary of Elizabeth Dixon

    End of 1845-47 Diary of Elizabeth Dixon
  • National Washington Monument

    National Washington Monument
    Campaign begins to raise funds to create a National Washington Monument, James Clarke Welling helps the cause.
  • Dixon Purchases Monte Video

    Dixon Purchases Monte Video
    Dixon Purchased mountain top home of Daniel Wadsworth, Monte Video.
    Elizabeth Dixon mused in her 1847 diary admiration for Monte Video. Records show the Dixons purchased the estate in 1847. Around the same time Dixon mortgaged NYC property of Charles Ward Apthorp mansion. The Dixons chose to remain on their homestead, Rose Mount, at 159 Farmington Ave. Hartford, CT
  • Lafayette Square Neighbors Dine With W.W. Corcoran

    Lafayette Square Neighbors Dine With W.W. Corcoran
  • Dixons Visit Sachems Head

    Dixons Visit Sachems Head
  • 1860 Summer Resorts

    1860 Summer Resorts
  • Sen. Dixon Residence In Washington DC

    Sen. Dixon Residence In Washington DC
  • Sen. Dixon and wife Elizabeth were friends of Pres. Lincoln and Mary from their first days in Washington till their last

    Sen. Dixon and wife Elizabeth were friends of Pres. Lincoln and Mary from their first days in Washington till their last
  • Mary Lincoln Apology

    Mary Lincoln Apology
  • Mary Lincoln Sends Letter to the Dixons at Corcoran's House & President Lincoln Knows Better

    Mary Lincoln Sends Letter to the Dixons at Corcoran's House & President Lincoln Knows Better
  • Lincoln Visited the Dixons On Lafayette Square

    Lincoln Visited the Dixons On Lafayette Square
  • Telegram From Lincoln

    Telegram From Lincoln
  • Lincoln Visits Sen. Dixon

    Lincoln Visits Sen. Dixon
  • White House Invitation from President Lincoln

    White House Invitation from President Lincoln
  • Visit Union Troops

    Visit Union Troops
  • After Lincoln Was Shot, Son Robert Sent A Carriage for Mary's Friend

    After Lincoln Was Shot, Son Robert Sent A Carriage for Mary's Friend
  • Mortally Wounded Lincoln Is Carried From Fords Theatre Across the Street to the Peterson House

    Mortally Wounded Lincoln Is Carried From Fords Theatre Across the Street to the Peterson House
  • President Lincoln is shot by an assassin at Fords Theatre

    President Lincoln is shot by an assassin at Fords Theatre
  • Mary Lincoln Needs Comfort

    Mary Lincoln Needs Comfort
  • My great great grandmother was brought to help her friend Mary

    My great great grandmother was brought to help her friend Mary
  • Few records of their friendship remain

    Few records of their friendship remain
  • Witness Death of Lincoln - My Great-Great Grandmother was friend of Mary Lincoln, comforted Mary during Lincoln's final hours

    Witness Death of Lincoln - My Great-Great Grandmother was friend of Mary Lincoln, comforted Mary during Lincoln's final hours
  • This Timeline is the first record of this forgotten Lincoln friendship

    This Timeline is the first record of this forgotten Lincoln friendship
  • My great great grandmother witnessed the Lincolns first days in Washington till their last.

    My great great grandmother witnessed the Lincolns first days in Washington till their last.
  • Lock of Lincoln's Hair and Note of Gratitude

    Lock of Lincoln's Hair and Note of Gratitude
  • Mary Lincoln Could Not Attend Her Husbands Funeral, my Great Great Grandmother stayed with her throughout this difficult time

    Mary Lincoln Could Not Attend Her Husbands Funeral, my Great Great Grandmother stayed with her throughout this difficult time
  • White House Historical Association published 'Diary of Elizabeth Dixon', Issue 33, White House History journal

    White House Historical Association published 'Diary of Elizabeth Dixon', Issue 33, White House History journal
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    Diary of Elizabeth Dixon- Polk years

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    Civil War