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Author: Nathaniel MassieJames SargentCharles Willing ByrdWilliam GoforthJohn GrahamAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence of Massie covers his interests in surveying and land speculation in Ross County, Ohio, politics including his term in the territorial and state general assemblies (1799-1803), establishment of Ohio statehood (1802), and his controversial defeat for governor (1807) against R.J. Meigs. Contact repository for more information.
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel Massie; James Sargent; Charles Willing Byrd; William Goforth; John Graham; Duncan McArthur; Return Jonathan Meigs; Charles Scott; Dan Symmes; Thomas Worthington; Jacob Burnet; William Creighton; John Cross; Jesse Hunt; Wyllys Silliman; John Smith; William Sprigg; James Wilkinson
OCLC Number: 6120680
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Correspondence of Massie covers his interests in surveying and land speculation in Ross County, Ohio, politics including his term in the territorial and state general assemblies (1799-1803), establishment of Ohio statehood (1802), and his controversial defeat for governor (1807) against R.J. Meigs. Contact repository for more information.

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