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United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865

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Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Ames family historical collection, 1762-2006

Collection Identifier: MC 773
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, financial papers, etc. of multiple generations of the Ames, Lesley, and Lyman families.

Diaries of Elizabeth Rogers Mason Cabot, 1859-1906

Collection Identifier: 81-M269--82-M14
Overview: Diaries and transcripts of Elizabeth Rogers Mason Cabot, member of a prominent Boston family.

Papers of Agnes Goldman Sanborn, 1752-1984 (inclusive), 1808-1984 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: 59-4--2014-M186; T-101
Overview: Photographs, correspondence, genealogical and biographical materials of Agnes (Goldman) Sanborn, bacteriologist and civic activist.

Papers of Helen Temple Cooke, 1858-1951

Collection Identifier: A-15
Overview: Wellesley College records, English themes, notebook, etc., of Helen Temple Cooke, educator and principal of Dana Hall School in Wellesley, Mass.

Papers of Lydia Maria Child, ca.1827-1878

Collection Identifier: MC 305; Mf-3
Overview: Correspondence and scrapbook of Lydia Maria Child, author and reformer.

Papers of Sarah Alden Ripley, 1806-1867

Collection Identifier: MC 180
Overview: Correspondence of educator and intellectual Sarah Alden Bradford Ripley.

Papers of the Alger family, 1809-1969

Collection Identifier: A-103
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, financial accounts, photographs, etc., of seven prominent New England and Pennsylvanian families: Alger, Rodgers, Meigs, Taylor, Jackson, Price, and Hubbell.

Papers of the Cabot family, 1786-2013

Collection Identifier: A-99
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, and travel journals, etc., of the Cabot family of Boston, Massachusetts

Papers of the Holt-Messer family. 1809-1962

Collection Identifier: A-148
Overview: Papers of Joseph Burt Holt and Julia Evelyn Rollins Holt, who homesteaded in Minnesota and were instrumental in founding the town of Champlin; aided freedmen in Jackson, Mississippi; they taught school in Atlanta, Georgia; and worked on Indian reservations in Lac Court d'Oreilles, Wisconsin, and Los Pinos, Colorado.

Papers of the Sewall family, 1837-1904

Collection Identifier: MC 385
Overview: Correspondence of the Sewall family of Chesterville, Maine.