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Papers, 1751-1873,

Author: Francis Vigo
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Vigo's business and personal papers. Topics include the fur trade at Vincennes, Fort Wayne, Detroit, and Montreal; John Askin and the Miami Company; business dealings with the Piankeshaw and other Native Americans; land transactions at Vincennes, including lands donated by Congress to the original French settlers; Vigo's work on behalf of Anthony Wayne and William Henry Harrison; and his efforts to collect repayment  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
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Named Person: Francis Vigo; John Askin; John Badollet; Simon William Gabriel Bruté de Rémur; Lewis Cass; Auguste Chouteau; John W Ewing; John H Farnham; Pierre Gibault; John Francis Hamtramck; William Henry Harrison; Andrew Hunter Holmes; Washington Johnson; John Law; Manuel Lisa; Fernando de Leyba; Pierre Menard; Benjamin Parke; Barthelemi Tardiveau; William Wells; Anthony Wayne
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Vigo
OCLC Number: 43981613
Description: 3 boxes, 1 oversize folder, and 3 reels microfilm.

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Vigo's business and personal papers. Topics include the fur trade at Vincennes, Fort Wayne, Detroit, and Montreal; John Askin and the Miami Company; business dealings with the Piankeshaw and other Native Americans; land transactions at Vincennes, including lands donated by Congress to the original French settlers; Vigo's work on behalf of Anthony Wayne and William Henry Harrison; and his efforts to collect repayment from Congress for loans to George Rogers Clark during the American Revolution. Also included is the inventory of Fernando de Leyba's estate, 1780.

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