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Papers 1836-1856.

Author: William MedillRalph LeetPeter Perlee LoweJ W WilsonClement L VallandighamAll authors
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U.S. Representative from Ohio, U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Governor of Ohio, and U.S. Comptroller of the Treasury. Chiefly letters of recommendation, petitions for patronage and pardons, resignations, and official reports from Medill's term as Governor (1853-56.) Includes material relating to blacks and the Peyton Polly slave kidnapping case, and minor personal correspondence (1840.) Contact repository for  Read more...
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Named Person: Peyton Polly
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Medill; Ralph Leet; Peter Perlee Lowe; J W Wilson; Clement L Vallandigham; John Johnston; William Hunt; G Volney Dorsey; George W McCook; James Harlan; Salmon P Chase; William Marcy Tweed; Alfred Peck Edgerton
OCLC Number: 6023060
Description: 1.5 cubic feet.

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U.S. Representative from Ohio, U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Governor of Ohio, and U.S. Comptroller of the Treasury. Chiefly letters of recommendation, petitions for patronage and pardons, resignations, and official reports from Medill's term as Governor (1853-56.) Includes material relating to blacks and the Peyton Polly slave kidnapping case, and minor personal correspondence (1840.) Contact repository for more information.

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