John Johnston papers, 1801-1860.

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Johnston, John, 1775-1861. John Johnston papers, 1801-1860.

John Johnston papers, 1801-1860.

Papers of John Johston, and Indian agent of Piqua, Ohio, include papers from Johnston's career as factor and Indian agent spanning the territorial period, War of 1812, and settlement of Ohio. Includes correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and miscellaneous material.

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