Papers [microform], 1831-1865.


Cole, Charles D., 1806-1867. Papers [microform], 1831-1865.

Papers [microform], 1831-1865.

Scattered correspondence, 1831-1847, of a merchant, lumberman, and owner of an Ohio fleet of canal boats, who moved to Sheboygan County, Wisconsin around 1838; concerning business, agriculture, school and family affairs, and the activities of the Fourierites at the Spring Farm Phalanx near Sheboygan Falls. Also includes correspondence, 1831-1865, of Reverend Huntington Lyman, Congregational missionary to Sheboygan for the American Home Missionary Society, concerning religious conditions and his work; and a Sheboygan school teacher's contract.

1 reel of microfilm (35mm)

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