Papers, 1802-1832.


Papers, 1802-1832.

Personal and professional papers of Bell as state legislator, governor of New Hampshire, state supreme court justice, and U.S. Senator representing New Hampshire.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6728022

New Hampshire Newspaper Project

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