N. & D. Sellers (Firm) letterbook,1821 Jan. 11-1830 Jan. 31. 1821
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The firm of N. and D. Sellers was engaged in wire working industry and in the manufacture of wool cards and paper molds. After the death of David Sellers in 1813 and the retirement of Nathan Sellers 1817, the business was run by Coleman, son of Nathan, and Samuel and James, sons of David Sellers. In 1828 N. and D. Sellers dissolved with the retirement of Coleman Sellers. From the guide to the N. & D. Sellers (Firm) letterbook, 1821 Jan. 11-1830 Jan. 31., 1821, (Ameri...
Nathan Sellers was a surveyor, scrivener, and manufacturer. From the description of Records, 1771-1844. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122488778 From the guide to the Nathan Sellers records, 1771-1844, 1771-1844, (American Philosophical Society) Sellers was a wireworker in Philadelphia and Darby, PA who made molds for papermakers. From the description of Account books, 1775-1824. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 12...
Coleman Sellers was a manufacturer and inventor. With his cousins he ran the family business, N. & D. Sellers, in manufacturing wool cards and paper molds in Pennsylvania. He also had separate companies for the manufacture of machinery. He was married to Sophonisba Angusciola Peale, daughter of Charles Willson Peale. From the description of Letters ; accounts, 1806-1838. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122608778 From the guide to the Coleman...
John Pemberton of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a member of the Society of Friends, was imprisoned with 19 other men in Winchester, Virginia, between 1777 and 1778, after refusing to swear allegiance to the United States. Fearing collusion with invading British forces, the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania arrested 17 Quakers and three additional men in September 1777, and transferred the prisoners to Winchester, Virginia, later that month. The men were released in April 1778, though two d...
Architect who emigrated from England to the United States. From the description of Papers, 1806-1868. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 213487056 ...