Lucius Eugene Chittenden account book, 1843-1873.

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Lucius Eugene Chittenden account book, 1843-1873.

Account book of Lucius Eugene Chittenden, attorney at law in Burlington, Vermont, primarily records of legal services rendered, 1843-1873. Also one page of accounts of Lyman & Chittenden, 1843-1847. Accounts include those of Russell Sage, Edward John Phelps, and the Champlain Steamboat Company. Also included in the account book are Chittenden's translations of Jacques Cartier's "First Voyage," and part of Hennepin's "Description of Louisiana," as well as notes from the proceedings of the Peace Conference in Washington, D.C., February 1861.

.21 linear foot (1 volume)

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Cartier, Jacques, 1491-1557

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Champlain Steamboat Company.

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Chittenden, L. E. (Lucius Eugene), 1824-1900

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Lucius Eugene Chittenden was born on May 24, 1824 in Williston, Vermont. Chittenden served as the Register of the U.S. Treasury during Lincoln's first administration. He was also an author, banker, and attorney. He passed away on July 22, 1900. From the description of Commonplace book and journal, circa 1869. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 754848576 From the description of President Lincoln and his administration at the Com...

Sage, Russell, 1816-1906

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Russell Sage (1816-1906) was an American politician and financier who served as a U.S. Congressman from 1853-1857. 1816 Born in Verona, N.Y. on August 4th 1840 Married Marie-Henrie Winne on January 23rd 1844 1851 Treasurer o...

Hennepin, Louis, active 17th century

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Phelps, Edward John, 1822-1900

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Lawyer, politician, diplomat, and educator, of Burlington, Vt., and New York, N.Y.; born in Middlebury, Vt.; attended Yale Law School (1841-1842) and admitted to the bar in 1843; second comptroller of the U.S. Treasury (1851-1853), U.S. minister to Great Britain (1885-1889), and senior counsel (1893) for the U.S. in the arbitration of the Bering Sea Fur-Seal Controversy with Great Britain; founder and president (1880) of American Bar Association; taught law at Yale after 1881; died in New Haven,...

Conference Convention (1861 : Washington, D.C.)

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