Business Records, 1837-1851.

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Strickland Family. Business Records, 1837-1851.

Business Records, 1837-1851.

This collection consist of one ledger book of the Strickland family store in Cumming, Georgia. THe first part of the book list who bought merchandise. The second part list what the store owners bougth from others. This ledger also includes informations regarding the gold mine expenses and Forsyth County.

1 ledger book.

Related Constellations

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Strickland, Harday.

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Strickland, Oliver.

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Strickland, Henry.

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Strickland, Talbot.

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Stuart, David, 1965-....

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Strickland Family.

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The Strickland family ran a dry goods business in Cumming, Georgia in the pioneer days of the state and recorded financial information about a gold mine in Forsyth County. From the description of Business Records, 1837-1851. (Atlanta History Center). WorldCat record id: 30718939 ...

Toney, Robert.

http://n2t.net/ark:/99166/w6q55s65 (person)