Samuel Merrill correspondence
Samuel Merrill's correspondence, primarily with members of his family. He discusses various family matters, describes school teachin in York, Pennsylvania, and reflects on political atmosphere in 1812. One letter describes attendence at an anti-slavery meeting in 1834 at which Lewis Tappan gave and address. Reference to the Dartmouth College Case is also made.
- 1812 - 1834
- Merrill, Samuel, 1792-1855 (Person)
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