Benjamin Franklin Papers Part 6 -- Letters to Franklin 1781-1782


Benjamin Franklin Papers Part 6 -- Letters to Franklin 1781-1782

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Michael Hillegas (1729-1804) was a merchant, sugar refiner, and iron magnate who used his wealth to assist the American revolutionary cause. He was involved in the young government's affairs as a member of the Provincial Assembly of Pennsylvania, treasurer of the Philadelphia Committee of Safety, and the first treasurer of the new United States of America. He married Henriette Boude (1731-1792) and with her had ten children. From the description of Michael Hillegas papers, 1757-1782,...

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