Andrew G. Chatfield and family papers, 1831-1942.


Chatfield, Andrew G. (Andrew Gould), 1810-1875. Andrew G. Chatfield and family papers, 1831-1942.

Andrew G. Chatfield and family papers, 1831-1942.

Correspondence, accounts, and memorabilia of Chatfield, a New York, Wisconsin, and Minnesota lawyer, associate justice of the Minnesota territorial supreme court (1853-1857), Minnesota district judge (1871-1875), and founder of Belle Plaine, Scott County.

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