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Letters, 1772-1810.

Author: Samuel Coates; L Prudhomme; John Joseph Coiron
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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3 business letters written to Samuel Coates in Philadelphia from L. Prudhomme and John Joseph Coiron in Savannah, Ga., and a personal letter to Coates from his brother Thomas, who was awaiting passage to Bermuda from a port in S.C. The latter item includes a reference to the 10:00 curfew for Blacks.
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Named Person: Samuel Coates; Samuel Coates
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Coates; L Prudhomme; John Joseph Coiron
OCLC Number: 31421723
Description: 4 items.

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3 business letters written to Samuel Coates in Philadelphia from L. Prudhomme and John Joseph Coiron in Savannah, Ga., and a personal letter to Coates from his brother Thomas, who was awaiting passage to Bermuda from a port in S.C. The latter item includes a reference to the 10:00 curfew for Blacks.

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