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Correspondence, [ca. 1803-1844]

Author: Ogden family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, ca. 1803-1829, of David A. Ogden with family and others. Also, letters to Thomas L. Ogden primarily from Gouverneur Ogden, 1811-1843, and also from Charles L. Ogden, 1821-1829; Edwards Ogden, 1827-1835; George B. Ogden, 1832; Isaac Ogden, 1812-1844; Sarah L. Ogden, 1836; Samuel C. Ogden, 1829; Thomas W. Ogden, 1832-1837; and William Ogden, 1831-1836. Some letters from Thomas L. Ogden to David A.  Read more...
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Named Person: David A Ogden; Thomas L Ogden; Gouverneur Ogden; Charles L Ogden; Edwards Ogden; George B Ogden; Isaac Ogden; Sarah L Ogden; Samuel C Ogden; Thomas W Ogden; William Ogden; Peter B Porter; Jasper Parish; Jacob Taylor; William T Eustis
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ogden family.
OCLC Number: 155497264
Description: .5 cubic ft.

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Correspondence, ca. 1803-1829, of David A. Ogden with family and others. Also, letters to Thomas L. Ogden primarily from Gouverneur Ogden, 1811-1843, and also from Charles L. Ogden, 1821-1829; Edwards Ogden, 1827-1835; George B. Ogden, 1832; Isaac Ogden, 1812-1844; Sarah L. Ogden, 1836; Samuel C. Ogden, 1829; Thomas W. Ogden, 1832-1837; and William Ogden, 1831-1836. Some letters from Thomas L. Ogden to David A. Ogden, Peter B. Porter, Jasper Parish, Jacob Taylor, and William T. Eustis, 1815-1844, are included. Correspondence concerns family, business, and general matters. Of note are letters from David A. Ogden to Thomas L. Ogden and others concerning the ownership of land near the Genesee River on which an Indian Reservation was located--probably of the Onondaga and Oneida tribes of the Six Nations (Iroquois).

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