Edward Huggins papers 1850-1905


Edward Huggins papers, 1850-1905

Edward Huggins papers 1850-1905

British employee of the Hudson's Bay Company and later a U.S. citizen.

0.21 cu. ft. (1 box); 1 microfilm reel


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