Papers of Ebenezer Huntington, 1737-1898 (bulk 1774-1818).


Huntington, Ebenezer, 1754-1834. Papers of Ebenezer Huntington, 1737-1898 (bulk 1774-1818).

Papers of Ebenezer Huntington, 1737-1898 (bulk 1774-1818).

Letters, with a few manuscripts and documents.

136 pieces.2 boxes.

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Huntington, Andrew, 1745-1824 (person)

Justice of the peace, merchant, and paper manufacturer, of Norwich, Conn. From the description of Andrew Huntington appointment, 1802 May 20. (New London County Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 71130630 From the description of Andrew Huntington letters, 1779 Mar.-Sept. (New London County Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 71130393 Merchant and paper maker, of Norwich, New London County, Conn. From the description of Receipt to Andrew Huntin...

Huntington, Samuel, 1731-1796 (person)

At this time, Samuel Huntington was the governor of Connecticut. George Clinton was the governor of New York. From the description of Letter to George Clinton, 1791 November 11. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155866432 Samuel Huntington (1731-1796) was born on July 16 in Windham, Connecticut. After private study, Huntington received permission to practice law in Connecticut in 1754. He moved to Norwich in 1760. He was elected as a Representative fr...

Huntington family (family)

Huntington, Ebenezer, 1754-1834 (person)

The Huntingtons, a prominent Connecticut family, played a important role in the state and national affairs at the time of the Revolutionary War. Besides Samuel Huntington (1731-1796), the signer of the Declaration of Independence, President of the Continental Congress, and Governor of Connecticut, and Benjamin Huntington (1736-1800), state delegate to the Continental Congress, among the most distinguished members of the extended family were Jabez Huntington (1719-1786), Major-General of the stat...

United States. Continental Congress (corporateBody)

The central governing body of the American colonies from 1774, continuing during the American Revolution; and also the first governing body of the U.S. until the establishment of the U.S. Constitution in 1789. From the description of Continental Congress minutes, 1778 Oct. 21. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 429918299 Noah Cooke, Jr. (1749-1829) earned his Harvard AB 1769. His early career was as a clergyman, but he later became a lawyer. He was admitted to the bar in Cheshir...

United States. Continental Army (corporateBody)

In response to the expansion of the Continental Army the number of staff was increased and reorganized in 1776. Changes included the creation of a new unit to supplement George Washington's personal staff. This special unit, the Commander in Chief's Guard, was formed on March 12, 1776 with Captain Caleb Gibbs (formerly adjutant of the 14th Continental Regiment and appointed Aid to Major General Greene) as commander. The unit protected Washington, the army's cash, and official papers. ...

Huntington, Jabez, 1719-1786 (person)

Merchant and legislator, of Norwich, Conn. From the description of Letters to Jabez Huntington, 1776. (New London County Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 71129579 ...

Huntington, Jedediah, 1743-1818 (person)

Brigadier General Jedediah Huntington was born in Norwich, Conn. He graduated from Harvard in 1763 and received his master's in 1770 from Yale. After graduating from Harvard, he became involved with the Norwich Militia, eventually becoming a Captain in May, 1774. In the spring of 1776, now a Colonel, he marched to Dorchester Heights. After the British left Boston, he marched to New York. In 1777 he became a Brigadier General. He stayed in Valley Forge in the winter of 1777. After the war became ...

Huntington, Benjamin, 1736-1800 (person)