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Joseph C. Cabell papers, 1807-1856.

Author: Joseph C CabellDavid S G CabellGeorge CabellHenry Coalter CabellJohn Grattan CabellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers deal chiefly with land transactions, financial matters, improvements to "Edgewood," Samuel Cabell at the College of William and Mary, medical advice from Dr. George Cabell, and business matters including the manufacture and procurement of equipment, workers and overseers, crops, and Cabell's flour mill. Topics mentioned briefly include the James River and Kanawha Canal, cholera in Richmond, Va., in 1849,
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: Joseph C Cabell; John Hartwell Cocke; Cable family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph C Cabell; David S G Cabell; George Cabell; Henry Coalter Cabell; John Grattan Cabell; Mayo Cabell; William Cabell; Andrew Duncan; James Bruce McClelland; Thomas Stanhope McClelland; Samuel P Parsons
OCLC Number: 527702684
Description: 280 (approximately) items.
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Papers deal chiefly with land transactions, financial matters, improvements to "Edgewood," Samuel Cabell at the College of William and Mary, medical advice from Dr. George Cabell, and business matters including the manufacture and procurement of equipment, workers and overseers, crops, and Cabell's flour mill. Topics mentioned briefly include the James River and Kanawha Canal, cholera in Richmond, Va., in 1849, passes for slaves, slave illnesses and deaths, Democrats in the Virginia legislature in 1852, the Virginia State Fair of 1855, costs of attending William and Mary in 1807, the wheat crop and carpentry work at John Hartwell Cocke's "Bremo," the purchasing of slaves' hogs from "Belmont," and some family and social news.

Correspondents include David S.G. Cabell, Dr. George Cabell, Jr., H. Coalter Cabell, Dr. John Grattan Cabell, Mayo Cabell, Col. William Cabell, Andrew Duncan, J. Bruce McClelland, Thomas S. McClelland, and Samuel P. Parsons.

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