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Fri Mar 21 17:07:50 2014 UTClccn-nr980235880.00Report of John Howe, Jr. : relative to state aid for soldier's families, in Vermont, from September 1, 1862, to September 1, 18630.601.00Letters to Governor Holbrook,2381935Frederick_Holbrooknr 980235884759103lccn-nr98023594VermontGovernor (1861-1863 : Holbrook)np-holbrook, grace cabotHolbrook, Grace Cabotlccn-nr2001040731Carleton, Hiram1838-edtnp-howe, john$jrHowe, JohnJrnp-howe, johnHowe, Johnlccn-n88131588Buttre, John Chester1821-1893lccn-no93002128William E. Barton Collection of Lincolniana (University of Chicago)nc-united states$army$vermont infantry regiment 16th$co dUnited StatesArmyVermont Infantry Regiment, 16thCo. D.np-holmes, roxyHolmes, Roxynp-pope, john collamer$1850 1934Pope, John Collamer1850-1934?Holbrook, Frederick1813-1909HistoryRecords and correspondenceScrapbooksSourcesMapsVermontAsia, CentralCaucasusTravelPolitical scienceUnited StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Holbrook, Frederick,GovernorsFasts and feastsArchival resourcesBuckingham, William A.--(William Alfred),Burt familyIndians of North America--AntiquitiesStanton, Edwin McMasters,EndowmentsBunker Hill Monument (Boston, Mass.)AgricultureBerry, Nathaniel Springer,Booksellers and booksellingThanksgiving DayRegimental historiesWashburn, Israel,Sons of the American Revolution.--Minnesota SocietyNew EnglandCrosby familyFairbanks, E.--(Erastus),Minnesota--Dakota CountyMinnesota--Pine CityArizonaAlden familyAndrew, John A.--(John Albion),Allen familyRepublican Party (Minn.)Minnesota--HastingsVermont--CalaisPublishers and publishingMinnesotaWoolworth familyManners and customsMassachusetts--BostonVermont--ProctorsvilleMines and mineral resourcesAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)BookbindingUnited States.--CongressMinnesota Historical SocietyWestcott familyMilitary campaignsSoldiers1813190918611862186318761887190319111912191619641985612934DK854152ocn012697019book19160.97Holbrook, FrederickThrough Turkestan and the Caucasus, a letter from Frederick Holbrook to his wife72ocn437991842book18610.63VermontState of Vermont. By Frederick Holbrook, governor. A proclamation. ... Thursday, the twenty-eighth of November, instant, to be observed by the people of this state as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... at Montpelier, this eleventh of November ... one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one72ocn437991847book18620.63VermontState of Vermont. By Frederick Holbrook, governor. A proclamation. ... Thursday, the tenth day of April, next, to be observed by the people of this state, as a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer ... Given under my hand ... at Brattleboro', this twentieth of March ... one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two42ocn012579666book18630.81VermontCommunication from the governor to the General Assembly : of the state of Vermont ; annual session, 186321ocn012833542book18620.47Howe, JohnReport of John Howe, Jr. : relative to state aid for soldier's families, in Vermont, from October 1, 1861 to September 1, 1862History21ocn012622218book1863VermontReport of John Howe, Jr. : relative to state aid for soldier's families, in Vermont, from September 1, 1862, to September 1, 186311ocn758363285book1.00Holbrook, FrederickLetters to Governor HolbrookHistoryRecords and correspondenceScrapbooksLetters (chiefly 1906-1909) to Vermont Governor Frederick Holbrook11ocn012758868book0.47Vermont[Addresses]11ocn086133579mixCrosby, Francis MFrancis M. Crosby and family papersHistoryMapsSome papers concern his son Howard's historical and antiquarian interests, especially Pierre Charles Le Sueur's trading post at Prairie Island in the Mississippi near its junction with the Vermillion River, and a fifteenth-century Italian "Rimini medal" found at Grand Forks, North Dakota, in 1904. Also included are diaries and short stories of his daughter Marion Emma Crosby11ocn767725455mixRichardson, Lord & HolbrookAccount book of Richardson, Lord, and HolbrookHistorySourcesThis account book lists clients' credits and debits for the publishing and bookselling firm of Richardson, Lord, and Holbrook in Boston from 1831 to 1835. It contains entries for customers as far away as Vermont, Philadelphia, New York, and Ohio. Notable accounts include the Boston Post Office, Leuner's Church Music, Walker's Latin Reader, The Young Astronomers, the Boston Atheneum, and the "Social Library No. 1 of Boston". Affixed within are several letters to the proprietors concerning lawsuits and other business matters. Future governor of Vermont Frederick Holbrook was in Boston and involved with the firm from 1831 to 1833, a period covered within this volume11ocn050024424book18611.00VermontCommunication from the Governor with accompanying documents11ocn701864604book18611.00VermontThe address of Frederick Holbrook, Governor of the State of Vermont, to the General Assembly, at the annual session, October, 186111ocn036834771book1863Holbrook, FrederickFrederick Holbrook letterHistoryLetter from Vermont Governor Frederick Holbrook, "to whom it may concern," certifying that S.N. Wheelock is in Gettysburg, Pa., to find and transport the remains of Henry C. Spring, of the 16th Vermont Regiment, Co. D11ocn060951385book1863VermontState of Vermont. By Frederick Holbrook, governor. A proclamation. : ... I do therefore appoint Thursday, the ninth day of April, next, to be observed by the people of this state as a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer ... Given under my hand, and the seal of the state ... at Brattleboro, this twenty-third day of March ... one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three11ocn013375944book18761.00Holbrook, FrederickFoxfoot the spy, or, Rivals of the war-path a story of the French-Indian raid11ocn767627659book1863VermontHenry A. Fletcher military commissionHistoryAppointment of Henry A. Fletcher as Second Lieutenant of Company C in the 16th regiment of infantry of the volunteer militia of Vermont; signed by Governor Frederick Holbrook and Samuel Williams, Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs11ocn013375938book19851.00Holbrook, FrederickThe dead horseman, or, The phantom hunters of Texas a wild story of the plains11ocn060950593book1861VermontState of Vermont. By Frederick Holbrook, governor. A proclamation. : ... I do appoint Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of November, instant, to be observed by the people of this state as a day of thanksgiving to almighty God ... Given under my hand, and the seal of the state ... at Montpelier, this eleventh of November ... one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one22ocn086087697art19030.10Carleton, HiramFrederick Holbrook11ocn122296732art19110.10Ellis, William ArbaFrederick Holbrook11ocn036729632bookProctor, RedfieldLetters of Redfield ProctorHistoryLetter by Redfield Proctor at Camp Griffin, Va., to Samuel Williams, about quartermaster funds, November 29, 1861; letter by Proctor at Proctorsville, Vt., to Gov. Holbrook, offering to step aside for Col. Veazey in a colonelcy election, September 24, 1862; letter by Proctor at Alexandria, Va., to Gov. Holbrook saying that Col. Veazey is the best officer in the Brigade, and he criticizes Gen. Casey and wishes the 15th and 16th Vermont Regiments could be sent to Gen. Banks in Texas11ocn078544914mix18621.00Holbrook, FrederickLetter : Montpelier, Vt., to Edwin M. Stanton, Washington, D.CHistoryLetter signed. Calls attention to the condition of the 9th Regiment of Vermont Volunteers who, as paroled prisoners, are camped near Chicago. Requests that they be ordered to a healthier location or sent to "the frontier to assist in taking care of the Indians." Also autograph endorsements signed11ocn773042009mix1.00Holbrook family collectionNewspaper clippings about Frederick Holbook and other members of the Holbrook family; newsletter about the newly formed Deacon Holbrook Foundation; and "Our War Governors" issue of the Vermonter11ocn811142367art1964Moore, Kenneth AFrederick HolbrookHistoryBiographyMoore provides a brief biography of Vermont's second Civil War governor (1861-1863), Frederick Holbrook11ocn655829495visu18620.10Buttre, John ChesterGovernors of the New England statesPortraitsPictorial worksHalf-length portraits of the Civil War governors of the six New England states. The portraits are encircled in an oval and are placed in an oval arrangement around a view of the Bunker Hill Monument. The names of the governors and their states are printed both below and above their portraits. Beginning from the top and proceeding clockwise, the portraits are Israel Washburn, Jr., Maine; Frederick Holbrook, Vermont; William Sprague, Rhode Island; Wm. A. Buckingham,Connecticut; John A. Andrew, Massachusetts; and Nathaniel S. Berry, New Hampshire11ocn036729622book1863Holmes, RoxyLetter : from Roxy Holmes, Calais, Vt., to Frederick HolbrookHistoryPhotocopy of a letter from Mrs. Abram (Roxy) Holmes of Calais, Vt., to Governor Frederick Holbrook, asking for help in getting her sick son, George P. Holmes, home from Ship Island, Mississippi, where he is serving in the Civil War. She also expresses concern for her son Clark J. Holmes who is serving in the 11th Vermont Regiment11ocn670720338mix1.00Foot, SolomonSolomon Foot papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceChiefly letters to Solomon Foot, U.S. Senator from Vermont11ocn061268497art19120.10Dodge, Prentiss CutlerFrederick Holbrook11ocn758350925art18870.10Lanman, CharlesHolbrook, FrederickBiographyRegistersFri Mar 21 15:58:54 EDT 2014batch16846