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|Named Person:||Amos Morrill; William Nason; Alanson M Clark; George P Marsh|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Theophilus Blake; J F Scribner; Lester M Clark; Hamilton Fish; George Jerrison Stannard; New York (State). Governor (1849-1851 : Fish)
The collection also includes four letters. The first is written by J. F. Scribner of Sheldon, Vermont to George F. Houghton of Saint Albans, dated August 7, 1843, relating to a Whig meeting at which George P. Marsh is to speak, which is to take place somewhere in Franklin County. The second letter was written by L. M. Clark of Boston to his brother Alanson M. Clark, dated December 20, 1849, discussing goods that he was purchasing for his brother from the Boston market. The third letter was written by Governor Hamilton Fish, Albany, New York, to Governor Carlos Coolidge, dated April 10, 1850, giving notice of books sent and containing expressions of goodwill and a desire for friendly relations with Vermont. The final letter was written by Colonel George J. Stannard to Albert Sowles?, dated January 19, 1861 regarding his discharge from Company B, 4th Vermont Militia Regiment.
- Morrill, Amos, -- 1762-1840.
- Nason, William, -- d. 1810.
- Clark, Alanson M., -- 1814-1900.
- Marsh, George P. -- (George Perkins), -- 1801-1882.
- Vermont. -- Militia.
- Whig Party (Vt.)
- Vermont. -- Governor (1848-1850 : Coolidge)
- Franklin County (Vt.) -- History -- Sources.
- Saint Albans (Vt.) -- History -- Sources.
- Georgia (Vt. : Town) -- History -- Sources.
- Belfast (Me.) -- History -- Sources.