Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823.

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Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823.

Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823.

This volume includes correspondence of Lord Amherst, John Armstrong, Jr., Charles Biddle, John Boyd, Zebulon Butler, Thomas Cooper, Thomas Fitch, John Franklin, James Hamilton, Joseph Hamilton, William Montgomery, John Penn, Richard Rush, Jonathan Trumbull, and Roger Wolcott.

1 v. (ca. 200 p.) : copy.

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Trumbull, Jonathan, 1740-1809

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Jonathan Trumbull Jr. (March 26, 1740 – August 7, 1809) was an American politician who served as the 20th governor of Connecticut and the second Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, the second son of Jonathan Trumbull Sr. (the eventual Governor of Connecticut) and his wife Faith Robinson, daughter of Rev. John Robinson. Trumbull graduated from Harvard College in 1759, and gave the valedictory address when he received his master's de...

Rush, Richard, 1780-1859

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The Wyoming Controversy was a conflict between the governments of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Britain, the Continental Congress, and the Indians over land in the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823, 1751-1823, (American Philosophical Society) Richard Rush (1780-1859) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A graduate of Princeton University, he was a lawyer before beginning his political care...

Armstrong, John, 1758-1843

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The Wyoming Controversy was a conflict between the governments of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Britain, the Continental Congress, and the Indians over land in the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823, 1751-1823, (American Philosophical Society) American soldier and diplomat. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Paris, to Michael O'Mealy, agent of the American merchant, ...

Amherst, Jeffery Amherst, Baron, 1717-1797

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British army officer. From the description of Papers of Jeffery Amherst, Baron Amherst, 1759-1762. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71062467 English field-marshal. From the description of Document signed : Office of Ordnance [London], 1773 Mar. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270132562 Army officer and governor general of British North America. From the description of Jeffery Amherst, Baron Amherst, papers, 1759. (Unknown). WorldCat record id...

Cooper, T. T. (Thomas Thornville), 1839-1878

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Epithet: Bishop of Winchester British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001219.0x000371 Estate papers for a Thomas Cooper who died intestate were filed in Burlington County, New Jersey, in 1793. From the description of Ledger, 1768-1792 (inclusive) 1768-1785 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122477830 Land agent, Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Tacoma, Washington. From the descrip...

Biddle, Charles, 1787-1836

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Wolcott, Roger, 1679-1767

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The Wyoming Controversy was a conflict between the governments of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Britain, the Continental Congress, and the Indians over land in the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823, 1751-1823, (American Philosophical Society) Governor of Connecticut, businessman, army officer, jurist, and author. From the description of Papers of Roger Wolcott, 1749-1754. (Unknown...

Fitch, Thomas, 1700?-1774

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The Wyoming Controversy was a conflict between the governments of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Britain, the Continental Congress, and the Indians over land in the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823, 1751-1823, (American Philosophical Society) Governor, Connecticut (Colony) From the description of Thomas Fitch letter, 1755. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79451592 ...

Hamilton, James, 1710-1783

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The Wyoming Controversy was a conflict between the governments of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Britain, the Continental Congress, and the Indians over land in the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823, 1751-1823, (American Philosophical Society) The son of William Penn, Thomas Penn served as proprietor of Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Thomas Penn correspondence, 1747-1771, with...

Hamilton, Joseph.

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Franklin, John.

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Penn, John, 1729-1795

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The Wyoming Controversy was a conflict between the governments of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Britain, the Continental Congress, and the Indians over land in the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Documents relating to the Wyoming Controversy, 1751-1814, 1823, 1751-1823, (American Philosophical Society) Grandson of William Penn, last lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania and Delaware under the proprietorship. From the description of Warrant : ...

Butler, Zebulon, 1731-1795

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Montgomery, William, 1942-

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