Francis Wilkinson Pickens letters from various correspondents
Letters concerning militia affairs addressed to South Carolina congressman Francis Wilkinson Pickens.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
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Extent.25 linear feet (1 box)
Letters and documents to congressman Pickens, all concerning militia affairs in South Carolina. The bulk is from South Carolina governor, Robert Hayne.
Biographical / Historical
Pickens was a congressman from South Carolina and later governor of that state.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
*60M-105. Manuscripts from the estate of Senator George Frisbie Hoar presented by Mrs. Frances Foster courtesy of Dr. Clifford K. Shipton; received: 1961.
- Pickens, F. W. (Francis Wilkinson), 1805-1869, recipient. Francis Wilkinson Pickens letters from various correspondents: Guide.
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