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Papers, 1833-1920.

Author: Jesse Kilgore Dubois
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence and business papers pertaining to Dubois's work as receiver of public moneys for U.S. General Land Office, Palestine, Ill. (1849-1853); his land investments and interests in land drainage (1840s-1850s); Illinois Auditor's Office; and presidential campaigns of 1860 and 1864; together with copies of his letters and petitions to Abraham Lincoln (1856-1861); correspondence regarding Lincoln's life; notes  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Petitions
Correspondence
Named Person: Justin Butterfield; Toussaint Dubois; O M Hatch; John Hay; Abraham Lincoln; James Shields; Lyman Trumbull; Daniel W Voorhees; Jesse William Weik; Elisha Whittlesey; Dubois family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jesse Kilgore Dubois
OCLC Number: 28417445
Description: 130 items.

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Correspondence and business papers pertaining to Dubois's work as receiver of public moneys for U.S. General Land Office, Palestine, Ill. (1849-1853); his land investments and interests in land drainage (1840s-1850s); Illinois Auditor's Office; and presidential campaigns of 1860 and 1864; together with copies of his letters and petitions to Abraham Lincoln (1856-1861); correspondence regarding Lincoln's life; notes on Dubois family, including his father, Toussaint Dubois (d. 1816), of Vincennes, Ind.; and correspondence (1880-1920) of Huntington family of Springfield, Ill. Correspondents include Justin Butterfield, O.M. Hatch, John Hay, James Shields, Lyman Trumbull, Daniel W. Voorhees, Jesse Weik, and Elisha Whittlesey.

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