Adino Nye Brackett letters
Letters from Adino Nye Brackett in Lancaster, New Hampshire to John W. Weeks in Washington in which he talks about sending papers relating to Asa Barrows pension-claim, inquires for his health, describes winter, family news, mentions a case involving Judge Peck and Mr. Wirt, mentions the nominating convention at Concord, complains about lack of help for surviving Revolutionary patriots, refers to an aquatic excersion and worries about possible war. (Photocopies)
- 1830-12-08 - 1833-01-17
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope) : 5 items, Photocopies
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Asa Burrows, United States Politics and Government (1815-1861), New Hampshire Politics and Government, Military Pensions Revolution (1775-1783), William Wirt (1772-1834), James Hawkins Peck (1790-1836), Black Hawk War 1832
Original in the the posession of James Wheaton, Hingham, Massachusetts.
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