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Wilder, Jane R.



Jane R. Wilder of Brattelboro, Vermont was a teacher at Cedar Creek Seminary and Flat Lick, Kenntucky.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Jane R. Wilder letters

Identifier: Mss 860218
Mss 860218
Date(s): 1860 to 1861
Scope and Contents

The Letters of Jane R. Wilder include a letter from H.G. Clapp and Susan W. Clapp to Wilder describing the sugaring process in Brattleboro, Vermont. There is also a letter with family news to Susan W. Clapp from a cousin and reference made to Cousin Jane as well as to the trouble of the southern and border states during the Civil War. The letters are accompanied by ink and watercolor illustrations. Material was found among the MacKaye papers.

Jane R. Wilder notebook

Identifier: 003419
Codex 003419
Date(s): 1854-03-27 to 1860-04-11

Notebook of Jane R. Wilder containing attendance records of her pupils, receipes, rhymes, instructions for domestic skills and accounts. The notebook was found in the MacKaye family collection.

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