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Tuck, Amos, 1810-1879



  • Existence: 1810 - 1879


Amos Tuck (August 2, 1810 – December 11, 1879) was an American attorney and politician in New Hampshire and a founder of the Republican Party. uck attended Effingham Academy and Hampton Academy and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1835. He studied law and passed the bar.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Amos Tuck letter

Identifier: Mss 865615
Mss 865615
Date(s): 1865-11-15
Scope and Contents

Letter from Amos Tuck in Exeter to Asa Dodge Smith, enclosing a $500 bound to pay his subscription to Dartmouth College.

Amos Tuck suggestions for Trustees

Identifier: Mss 863423
Mss 863423
Date(s): 1863-07-23
Scope and Contents

Suggestion by Amos Tuck to the Trustees to appoint committee to study resolutions of Merrimack County Conference of Congregational Churches, Hanover. Committee members are Tuck, Nathaniel Bouton and Ira Allen Eastman. Will report on action to be taken.

John Greenleaf Whittier letter

Identifier: Mss 861256
Mss 861256
Date(s): 1861-04-06
Scope and Contents

Letter from John Greenleaf Whittier in Amesbury to Amos Tuck in Boston in which he recommends R.T. Davis for the post of consul at Buenos Aires.

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