Saginaw Bay Company records, 1837-1870.

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Saginaw Bay Company (Bay City, Mich.). Saginaw Bay Company records, 1837-1870.

Saginaw Bay Company records, 1837-1870.

Minutes, registration of stock certificates, and financial ledger.

1 microfilm reel : positive.

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Mason, Stevens Thomson, 1811-1843

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Stevens Thomson Mason was born in Virginia (October 27, 1811) and educated in Kentucky where his father had emigrated in 1812. In 1830, his father, John Mason, was appointed secretary of the Territory of Michigan by President Andrew Jackson. He resigned a year later and left for Texas and Mexico perhaps on a mission for the president. In his place, Jackson named the nineteen year old Stevens Mason to the vacant secretariat, taking his oath of office on July 25, 1831. As secretary Mason was also ...

Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857

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Biographical Note: James G. Birney was an attorney, an abolitionist writer and publisher. He was born in Kentucky in 1784 to a wealthy, slaveholding family, but he abandoned a successful law practice to become an agent for abolitionism. Birney hoped to accomplish the abolition of slavery through political means and through the publication of books, pamphlets, and newspapers. He was the Liberty Party's unanimous presidential nominee in 1840 and 1844. James G. Birney died in 1853. From...

Saginaw Bay Company (Bay City, Mich.)

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Company established in Lower Saginaw, now called Bay City, Michigan; early officers included James G. Birney and Stevens T. Mason. From the description of Saginaw Bay Company records, 1837-1870. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418981 ...