Draper manuscripts: Joseph Brant papers, 1710-1879.


Brant, Joseph, 1742-1807. Draper manuscripts: Joseph Brant papers, 1710-1879.

Draper manuscripts: Joseph Brant papers, 1710-1879.

Papers concerning Joseph Brant, a Mohawk chief who served as a British officer during the American Revolution, including material on that war and Indian-White conflicts, Brant's life, his relatives, and descendants.

4.4 c.f. (22 v.)

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