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Author: Almira Maria HarrahLyman AbbottFrances Elizabeth WillardSamuel Baldwin HarrahHarvey David ScottAll authors
Publisher: 1819-1961 [bulk, 1840-1849]
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Almira Harrah was a school teacher in Indiana during the 1840's, teaching in Manhattan, Point Commerce, Bloomfield, and Greencastle. The collection consists primarily of her correspondence and writings concerning women's rights and temperance. Most of the correspondence is with her brother, Harvey D. Scott, while he was attending Indiana Asbury University and practicing law in Terre Haute in 1843 and 1844. Other  Read more...
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Named Person: Baldwin family.; O'Hara family.; Baldwin family.; O'Hara family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Almira Maria Harrah; Lyman Abbott; Frances Elizabeth Willard; Samuel Baldwin Harrah; Harvey David Scott; Carpus N Shaw
OCLC Number: 8513591
Description: 2 boxes ; 39 x 29 x 8 cm.

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Almira Harrah was a school teacher in Indiana during the 1840's, teaching in Manhattan, Point Commerce, Bloomfield, and Greencastle. The collection consists primarily of her correspondence and writings concerning women's rights and temperance. Most of the correspondence is with her brother, Harvey D. Scott, while he was attending Indiana Asbury University and practicing law in Terre Haute in 1843 and 1844. Other correspondents include her husband, Samuel Baldwin Harrah and Carpus N. Shaw, a merchant and banker in Worthington, Indiana. Also included are two family scrapbooks and Harvey Scott's notebook of essays.

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