Papers, 1779-1827, 1888, 1964.


Papers, 1779-1827, 1888, 1964.

State legislator, Governor of Ohio, and U.S. Senator. Correspondence, speeches, proclamations, appointments, resignations, and petitions for patronage, chiefly from Tiffin's governorship, 1803-07, together with assorted personal, political, and business correspondence. Includes material on roadbuilding and the Burr-Blennerhassett conspiracy.

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