Anthony Wayne family papers 1681-1913 Wayne, Anthony, family papers


Anthony Wayne family papers, Wayne, Anthony, family papers, 1681-1913

Anthony Wayne family papers 1681-1913 Wayne, Anthony, family papers

The Anthony Wayne family papers contain correspondence, diaries, documents, and accounts relating to several generations of the Wayne family of Pennsylvania. Of particular note is material concerning Anthony Wayne's service in the American Revolution and the Northwest Indian War, and William Wayne's service with the 97th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment in the Civil War.

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