Correspondence, 1806-1867.

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Coryell, Lewis S., 1788-1865. Correspondence, 1806-1867.

Correspondence, 1806-1867.

Papers of Lewis S. Coryell, lumber dealer and political leader in Pennsylvania: correspondence relates to state and national politics, and includes letters of A. Beaumont, Nicholas Biddle, John C. Calhoun, Simon Cameron, Stephen A. Douglas, George Mifflin Dallas, John M. Forney, John Forsyth, Samuel D. Ingham, Sam Houston, Dixon H. Lewis, F. R. Shunk, J. D. Stiles, George Wolf, W. S. Woodward, and others; letters of James Buchanan, containing comments on the outcome of the Civil War and criticism of the Lincoln administration; Coryell's business letters relate to construction of canals, railroads, roads and to his lumber business at New Hope.

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