Papers, 1798-1841.


Papers, 1798-1841.

Correspondence, court dockets and other legal papers, tax and financial records, land deeds and agreements, field notes, and other papers, relating to Pease's activities as a lawyer and judge. Includes field notes and lists of lands in the Western Reserve belonging to Gideon Granger, Pease's brother-in-law, and land deeds and agreements and letters concerning land transactions, particularly in Trumbull Co., Ohio. Included are a list of early stockholders of the Western Reserve Bank, records of the proceedings of the Pennsylvania-Ohio canal convention of 1833 and the constitution of the Warren Library Company.

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