David Mack Cooper papers, [ca. 1812]-[ca. 1908].


Cooper, David M. (David Mack), 1827-1908. David Mack Cooper papers, [ca. 1812]-[ca. 1908].

David Mack Cooper papers, [ca. 1812]-[ca. 1908].

Two scrapbooks, one containing business accounts of father, David Cooper, a tax roll for War of 1812 damages, documents signed by President John Q. Adams, and some correspondence, including two letters from William Woodbridge and one from Henry Schoolcraft sent from Washington, D.C., 1819, via the Walk-in-the-Water; the other containing clippings pertaining to his ministerial activities plus scattered manuscript articles; also a letter, 1848, to his father listing his expenses for one term. At University of Michigan.

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