Crittenden, John J. (John Jordan) 1787-1863 5 January 1820 letter.

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Crittenden, John J. (John Jordan) 1787-1863 5 January 1820 letter.

Crittenden advises Johnson that the viability of the Bank of the United States and its branches in Kentucky will be dependent on the selection of worthy directors to the state branches. He lists several acquaintances to be recommended for these positions and suggests that Johnson's influence may be helpful in their selection. Brief mention is made of the boundary dispute between Kentucky and Tennessee.

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