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Papers concerning Robert Rogers and Rogers' Rangers, 1760-1763.

Author: Robert Rogers
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Robert Rogers (1731-1795), American Loyalist and frontiersman, served in the British army during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, and commanded Rogers' Rangers. The papers include a letter of license to fur trader John Askin (1739-1815), with whom Rogers was involved in a business venture, to transact business without molestation by his creditors for twelve months; a permit to suttlers Askin  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Accounts
Powers of attorney
Named Person: John Askin; Robert Rogers
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Rogers
OCLC Number: 868229973
Description: .1 linear foot (1 folder)

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Robert Rogers (1731-1795), American Loyalist and frontiersman, served in the British army during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, and commanded Rogers' Rangers. The papers include a letter of license to fur trader John Askin (1739-1815), with whom Rogers was involved in a business venture, to transact business without molestation by his creditors for twelve months; a permit to suttlers Askin (here, Erskine) and Gordon to pass with refreshments for Rogers' troops; a 1760 letter to Capt. Abraham Douw from Paul Burbeen discussing, among other matters, the success of Rogers' tour; an account of sundry merchandise shipped from Niagara to Detroit in October, 1760; and a document signed by Rogers granting power of attorney to John Askin.

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