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Papers, 1789-1869

Author: John McDonogh
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Chiefly correspondence dealing with commercial and business matters, as well as some letters concerning personal and family matters, the Florida land claims controversy and McDonogh's role as a claimant, and American Colonization Society and McDonogh's plan for emancipation of the Negro; together with legal documents, slave sale records, land documents, shipping records, bills, receipts, account statements,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: David McLellan; Shepherd Brown; John Hartwell Cocke; Elliott Cresson; Fergus Duplantier; Andrew Durnford; Robert Smith Finley; Eligius Fromentin; Ralph Randolph Gurley; James Innerarity; Henry Johnson; Shepherd Brown; John Hartwell Cocke; Elliott Cresson; Fergus Duplantier; Andrew Durnford; Robert Smith Finley; Eligius Fromentin; Ralph Randolph Gurley; James Innerarity; Henry Johnson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John McDonogh
OCLC Number: 29316619
Description: 5569 items.

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Chiefly correspondence dealing with commercial and business matters, as well as some letters concerning personal and family matters, the Florida land claims controversy and McDonogh's role as a claimant, and American Colonization Society and McDonogh's plan for emancipation of the Negro; together with legal documents, slave sale records, land documents, shipping records, bills, receipts, account statements, promissory notes, letters from David McLellan to Shepherd Brown about the idea of bringing German immigrants to New Orleans to work for their passage, and other material. Correspondents include Liberian colonists and John Hartwell Cocke, Elliott Cresson of Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania, Fergus Duplantier, Andrew Durnford, Robert S. Finley, Eligius Fromentin, Ralph Randolph Gurley, James Innerarity, Henry Johnson, Charles Colcock Jones, Reuben Kemper, Edward Livingston, Theodore Howard McCaleb, John McDonogh, Sr., William McKenney of Maryland State Colonization Society, Sarah Bella McLean, president of Ohio Ladies Society for the Education of Colored People, Julien Poydras, Rezin Shepherd, George Augustus Waggaman, E.D. White, and Samuel Wilkeson.

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