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Ticknor, Elisha, 1757-1821

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1757 - 1821

Elisha Ticknor (25 March 1757 Lebanon, Connecticut - 22 June 1821 Hanover, New Hampshire) was an educator and merchant primarily in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the father of George Ticknor, who became a professor and renowned expert at Harvard University in the history and criticism of Spanish literature.

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Caleb Bingham and Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 805479
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Identifier: Mss 805479
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Christopher Gore letter

Mss 815176
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Identifier: Mss 815176
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Elisha and William Ticknor deed

Mss 819428
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Identifier: Mss 819428
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 805374
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Identifier: Mss 805374
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 784675
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Identifier: Mss 784675
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 785273
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Identifier: Mss 785273
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 807168
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Identifier: Mss 807168
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 815622
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Identifier: Mss 815622
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 817204
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Identifier: Mss 817204
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Elisha Ticknor letter

Mss 800502
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Identifier: Mss 800502
Scope and Contents Letter from Elisha Ticknor of Andover, N.H. to J. Wheelock, informing him that they have gotten thus far on their journey. Wheelock's daughter enjoying the trip. He will do his best in giving her an education.