Jeremiah B. and Elizabeth T. Mansfield family papers, 1810-1898.


Mansfield, Jeremiah Browning. Jeremiah B. and Elizabeth T. Mansfield family papers, 1810-1898.

Jeremiah B. and Elizabeth T. Mansfield family papers, 1810-1898.

Consists of correspondence, essays, and miscellany relating to the Mansfield and Taggart families; Jefferson and Harrison counties, Ohio; the Civil War; and Oberlin College and Michigan Law School. The papers include letters written over a twenty-year period to James Carrick, an early settler of Harrison County, Ohio and ancestor of the Mansfield/Taggart family.

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