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Correspondence. 1851-1863.

Author: Josiah Whitney Barstow; George T Angell; John Merchant Sturtevant; Edward Jenner Warren; Edward Hazen Parker
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Letters to Barstow for use in Dartmouth class notes, from such notables as G.T. Angell, J.M. Sturtevant, E.J. Warren, and E.H. Parker; reference made to the Know Nothing party in Mass.; also gives account of the status of the Nashville Blind School occupants during the Civil War; reference made to Boston's School for the Blind, later known as Perkins Institute.
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: Edmund R Peaslee; Smith, Dr.; Charles Greely Loring; Samuel Green Sewall; Judge Fletcher; Isaac William Smith; Moody Bailey Smith; John P Hale; Thetford Vt Latham family
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Josiah Whitney Barstow; George T Angell; John Merchant Sturtevant; Edward Jenner Warren; Edward Hazen Parker
OCLC Number: 5422232
Notes: Holograph on ledger paper; holographs, signed.
Description: ca. 40 pieces.

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Letters to Barstow for use in Dartmouth class notes, from such notables as G.T. Angell, J.M. Sturtevant, E.J. Warren, and E.H. Parker; reference made to the Know Nothing party in Mass.; also gives account of the status of the Nashville Blind School occupants during the Civil War; reference made to Boston's School for the Blind, later known as Perkins Institute.

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