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Papers, 1757-1862.

Author: John Francis Hamtramck; Hamtramck family.; Walter Shelby
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence and other papers, relating to Hamtramck's activities as agent to the Osage Indians, to troop movements, army discipline, supplies, and other matters during the Mexican War, and to the Hamtramck family. Includes letters of Hamtramck's father, John Francis Hamtramck, and of Shepherdstown merchant Walter Selby, Hamtramck's father-in-law. Correspondents include Elias Boudinot, William Clark, George  Read more...
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Named Person: Elias Boudinot; William Clark; George Clinton; Pierre Couteau; Caleb Cushing; John Henry Eaton; John Hancock; R M T Hunter; George Izard; John Jay; Elias Kent Kane; Henry Knox; Arthur St Clair; Jesse Burgess Thomas
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Francis Hamtramck; Hamtramck family.; Walter Shelby
OCLC Number: 19595448
Description: 2, 630 items.
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Correspondence and other papers, relating to Hamtramck's activities as agent to the Osage Indians, to troop movements, army discipline, supplies, and other matters during the Mexican War, and to the Hamtramck family. Includes letters of Hamtramck's father, John Francis Hamtramck, and of Shepherdstown merchant Walter Selby, Hamtramck's father-in-law. Correspondents include Elias Boudinot, William Clark, George Clinton, Pierre Couteau, Caleb Cushing, John H. Eaton, John Hancock, R.M.T. Hunter, George Izard, John Jay, Elias Kent Kane, Henry Knox, Arthur St. Clair, and Jesse Burgess Thomas.

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