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Sewall, Nancy 1781-1860

Overview
Works: 2 works in 2 publications in 1 language and 2 library holdings
Most widely held works about Nancy Sewall
 
Most widely held works by Nancy Sewall
Putnam, & Sewall Family Papers by Putnam family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
York, ME family. Series I. includes the correspondence, essays, speeches, memo books, annotated almanacs, and journals of Dr. Jeremiah S. Putnam. Letters to and from Dr. Putnam detail the social and professional relationships Dr. Putnam sustained with his siblings, the Sewall family, and the community of York, Maine. Dr. Putnam's essays and speeches address a wide variety of topics, ranging from his medical teachings, his involvement with the York School Committee, and his ideas on moral issues of the day. Series II. consists primarily of letters written to Ruth Putnam, her sister Nancy Sewall, her children Mary H. Putnam and G. William S. Putnam, and her daughter-in-law Typhena Remick. Additional correspondence is arranged by family. This includes the Samuel Sewall family, the Captain Thomas Putnam family, the Enoch Remick family, and the Captain Paul Langdon family. This material has been arranged chronologically within each folder. These letters detail the lives of the extended Sewall family and friends in York, Maine for over 100 years. Genealogical material is also included for the Sewall and Putnam families. Series III. consists primarily of the papers of individuals actively involved in local York county government during the late 1700s and early 1800s. This includes the papers of John Kingsbury and his son Benjamin Kingsbury, Samuel Derby, Collector of Customs, and Ruben Derby. Additionally, written notices and petitions, receipts, deeds, and bills of sale document local county life in York, Maine
 
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Alternative Names
Sewell, Nancy 1781-1860
Languages
English (2)