Amos Kendall Papers 1835-1909 (bulk 1835-1880)

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Amos Kendall Papers, 1835-1909, (bulk 1835-1880)

Amos Kendall Papers 1835-1909 (bulk 1835-1880)

Journalist and United States postmaster general. Correspondence and other papers relating primarily to Kendall's work on behalf of Cherokee claims and treaties and to the Magnetic Telegraph Co., of which he was president.

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