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Papers, 1800-1835.

Author: Ninian EdwardsHenry EddyPascal EnosWilliam MorrisonJohn Mason PeckAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letters, 1812-1833, concern Indian troubles and the militia in Illinois Territory during the War of 1812, political appointments and U.S. president Andrew Jackson. Recipients include William Morrison, Charles Scott, John Mason Peck, Henry Eddy and Pascal Enos. Documents, 1800-1835, include promissory notes, deeds, an 1800 Logan County, Kentucky, court case, and an 1818 statement made by Edwards while he was  Read more...
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Named Person: Andrew Jackson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ninian Edwards; Henry Eddy; Pascal Enos; William Morrison; John Mason Peck; Charles Scott
OCLC Number: 29888350
In: Edwards, Ninian, 1775-1833
Notes: Some typed transcripts and negative photostats included.
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Description: 34 items.

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Letters, 1812-1833, concern Indian troubles and the militia in Illinois Territory during the War of 1812, political appointments and U.S. president Andrew Jackson. Recipients include William Morrison, Charles Scott, John Mason Peck, Henry Eddy and Pascal Enos. Documents, 1800-1835, include promissory notes, deeds, an 1800 Logan County, Kentucky, court case, and an 1818 statement made by Edwards while he was campaigning for the U.S. senate.

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