|提及的人：||Eveline Ostrander; Clinton Ostrander; Dwight Ostrander; John Ostrander|
|描述：||1.2 cubic ft.|
Ten letters (1831-47) from John Ostrander, Kennedyville (now Kanona), to his wife, Eveline, giving an account of his travels by stage, packet, foot, or raft in lower New York State, where he was selling lumber and cattle; inventory of John Ostrander's effects (1865); three papers relating to Mrs. Ostrander's suspension (1835) from the Second Presbyterian Church of Bath for embracing the doctrine of Universalism; Civil War papers (1863-65) of Clinton N. and Dwight H. Ostrander, sons of Eveline and John.
- Ostrander, Eveline.
- Ostrander, Clinton.
- Ostrander, Dwight.
- Ostrander, John.
- Second Presbyterian Church (Bath, N.Y.)
- Lumber trade.
- Presbyterians -- New York (State) -- Bath.
- Religion -- New York (State) -- Bath.
- Transportation -- New York (State)
- Universalists -- New York (State) -- Bath.
- Women -- Religious life.
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.