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Papers, 1784-1934,

Author: Benjamin Stoddert EwellHugh Blair GrigsbyMoses Drury HogeJoseph E JohnstonD H MahanAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers, chiefly 1810-1894, of Benjamin Stoddert Ewell including correspondence, legal documents and accounts. The collection includes many family letters: letters of his mother Elizabeth Stoddert Ewell, his sister Elizabeth S. Ewell and his daughter Elizabeth S. Ewell Scott as well as correspondence with brothers Richard S. Ewell and William Stoddert.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Ewell family.; Ewell family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Stoddert Ewell; Hugh Blair Grigsby; Moses Drury Hoge; Joseph E Johnston; D H Mahan; Francis H Smith; John Tyler; Julia Gardiner Tyler; Lyon Gardiner Tyler; Henry A Wise; Elizabeth Stoddert Ewell; Elizabeth S Ewell; Elizabeth S Ewell Scott; Richard Stoddert Ewell; William Stoddert
OCLC Number: 22540679
Notes: Cite as Benjamin Stoddert Ewell Papers, Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
See also Benjamin Stoddert Ewell Papers, University Archives, College of William and Mary.
Description: 1.503 items.

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Papers, chiefly 1810-1894, of Benjamin Stoddert Ewell including correspondence, legal documents and accounts. The collection includes many family letters: letters of his mother Elizabeth Stoddert Ewell, his sister Elizabeth S. Ewell and his daughter Elizabeth S. Ewell Scott as well as correspondence with brothers Richard S. Ewell and William Stoddert.

Subjects covered include the College of William and Mary, Hampden-Sydney College, Washington and Lee University, the American Civil War and life in Williamsburg, Va.

Prominent correspondents include Hugh Blair Grigsby, Moses Drury Hoge, Joseph Eggleston Johnston, Dennis Hart Mahan, Francis Henney Smith, John Tyler (1790-1862), John Tyler, Jr., Julia Gardiner Tyler, Lyon Gardiner Tyler, and Henry A. Wise.

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