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Henry Stevens family correspondence, 1844-1862.

Author: Henry StevensThaddeus StevensCandace StevensEnos StevensSimon StevensAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The Henry Stevens family correspondence, 1844-1862, consists of letters written between Henry and Candace Stevens of Barnet, Vermont, and six of their children: Henry Jr., Sophia, Enos, Simon, Frank and George. The topics of the correspondence include the education and careers of the children, travel, finances, and there is much written about the work various family members did in copying and collecting historical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Peter Force; William Page; Steven Hitchcock
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Stevens; Thaddeus Stevens; Candace Stevens; Enos Stevens; Simon Stevens; Benjamin Franklin Stevens; George Stevens; Sophia Page; Henry Hubbard; Mary Stevens; James Johns
OCLC Number: 34774460
Description: 2 linear ft.

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The Henry Stevens family correspondence, 1844-1862, consists of letters written between Henry and Candace Stevens of Barnet, Vermont, and six of their children: Henry Jr., Sophia, Enos, Simon, Frank and George. The topics of the correspondence include the education and careers of the children, travel, finances, and there is much written about the work various family members did in copying and collecting historical documents for preservation. Family marrieages, births, and deaths are mentioned. There are also letters to Henry Sr. relating to business and politics. The third son, George was in the military and died in service in 1846. The family apparently acquired some of his military correspondence and it is interfiled with the family papers.

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