Connecticut Land Company letters, 1797-1812 Digital
Scope and Contents
Contains correspondence among investors and others involved in the Connecticut Land Company, primarily related to difficulties selling land in the Connecticut Western Reserve, and obtaining payment, dated 1797-1812. There are letters of Stanley Griswold, Brinsley Norton, Enoch Perkins, Thomas Gaylord, Aaron Olmstead (1753-1806), N.W. Howel, and Ephraim Starr.
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Extent7 linear feet (2 volumes, 3 boxes)
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