Letter book : manuscript, 1764-1771.

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Tryon, William, 1729-1788. Letter book : manuscript, 1764-1771.

Letter book : manuscript, 1764-1771.

Tryon's official letter book containing copies of letters and documents relating to his work as colonial governor of North Carolina; with references concerning drawing a boundary between North Carolina and South Carolina; talks with the Cherokee Indians; the establishment of a postal service; working with the Propagation of the Gospels in Foreign Parts; establishing the Church of England in North Carolina; strengthening the defenses of the colony; maintaining better communication with Great Britain; and other events.

1 v. (544 p.) ; 38 cm.

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Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (Great Britain)

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