William Eustis Papers 1757-1908 (bulk 1801-1825)

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William Eustis Papers, 1757-1908, (bulk 1801-1825)

William Eustis Papers 1757-1908 (bulk 1801-1825)

Physician, diplomat, United States secretary of war, and United States representative and senator from Massachusetts. Correspondence, family papers, legal documents, and other material relating to the Burr-Clinton controversy, the Louisiana Purchase, Indian affairs, war between England and France, and relations between the United States and the Netherlands.

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