Linn, Lewis Fields, 1795-1843Alternative names
Lewis Fields Linn was a U.S. senator from Missouri, who served in Congress from 1833-1843. Linn was a vocal proponent of "Manifest Destiny. He was the author of the Oregon Bill of 1843, which provided extensive land grant provisions.
From the guide to the Letter by Lewis F. Linn, September 29, 1840, (Lewis & Clark College Special Collections and Archives)
U.S. Senator from Missouri.
From the description of Letter, [1834?]. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 36212264
|creatorOf||William L. Clements Library. Lewis Cass papers, 1774-1924.||University of Michigan, William Clements Library|
|creatorOf||Letter by Lewis F. Linn, September 29, 1840||Lewis & Clark College Special Collections and Archives|
|referencedIn||Lewis Cass papers, Cass, Lewis, papers, 1774-1924||William L. Clements Library , University of Michigan|
|creatorOf||Linn, Lewis Fields, 1795-1843. Letter, [1834?].||Duke University Libraries, Duke University Library; Perkins Library|
|creatorOf||Corbin, Abel Rathbone. Papers, 1727-1922, bulk: 1831-1859.||Massachusetts Historical Society|
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