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Howell family papers, 1750-1990

Author: Howell family.William BurgessJefferson DavisVarina DavisGeorge F HowellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The entire collection spans 240 years of American history and includes seven generations of the Howell and Taylor families. Subjects covered are: the Society of Friends; land ownership in the New Jersey colony; Mount Ephraim, New Jersey; fisheries in New Jersey; the Revolutionary War, General William Maxwell and the New Jersey 2nd Regiment; the Mexican War; pre-Civil War New Orleans; the Civil War and Jefferson  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Autograph albums
Deeds
Diaries
Diplomas
Family papers
Journals (accounts)
Land surveys
Legal documents
Letters (correspondence)
Marriage records
Notes
Photographs
Stereographs
Sources
Correspondence
Pictorial works
Named Person: William Henry Jackson; William Maxwell; A C Vroman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Howell family.; William Burgess; Jefferson Davis; Varina Davis; George F Howell; Richard Howell; Charles H Searing; William Henry Taylor
OCLC Number: 122369304
Description: 1,757 items. 31 boxes.
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The entire collection spans 240 years of American history and includes seven generations of the Howell and Taylor families. Subjects covered are: the Society of Friends; land ownership in the New Jersey colony; Mount Ephraim, New Jersey; fisheries in New Jersey; the Revolutionary War, General William Maxwell and the New Jersey 2nd Regiment; the Mexican War; pre-Civil War New Orleans; the Civil War and Jefferson Davis; Quaker Missionaries; the removal of the Pawnees to their new reservation in Indian Territory; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; farming in early 20th century southern California; Adam Clark Vroman; the Gila River Relocation Center; the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration and refugees in post-World War II Europe and Belgrade; the Pasadena Playhouse; and life in late 20th century southern California including Altadena, San Dimas and Pasadena. There are letters written by William Burgess, Jefferson Davis, Varina Davis, George F. Howell, Richard Howell, Charles H. Searing, and William Henry Taylor. The collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, William Henry Jackson stereographs of Pawnee Indians, land deeds, legal papers, marriage records, diplomas, and notes.

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