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Eisenhower and his presidency, national politics of the 1950's, Aiken's efforts in Congress in the late 1940's and early 1950's, his relationship with Eisenhower, Eisenhower's stand on agricultural issues, Eisenhower as President. Mustered out of service soon thereafter, he attended a meeting in Vermont for Democratic presidential candidate George B. Provides brief autobiographical sketch, giving brief details of early life, education, militia service and political offices held in New York, including term as U. Representative 1853-1855; includes brief mention of studying medicine under Jonathan A. De Goesbriand, Louis (Bishop): Canada - biographical newspaper clippings, February 21, 1944 - Translation of memoirs by Rev. Couture, December 29, 1890 February 21, 1944 and December 29, 1890 Record of local events, brief calendar of daily activites, farming notes, husking corn, butchering, church attendance, weather conditions. Duncan; another survey not really necessary, but Duncan has requested one, and Duane wants Cockburn there to check Vrooman's work, as Vrooman is working for Duncan. Chicago, August 23, 1848, about sales of Fairbanks scales in his area; incomplete letter from Alonson Allen, Fairhaven, Vt.

Discusses pensions for Revolutionary War veterans; Aikens hopes upcoming bill will include provisions for "artificers" and other non-combatants who served the military during the war. During the summer and fall he noted the ongoing engagements of the cavalry in the upper Potomac region and the Shenandoah Valley, including remarks on the battles of Winchester, Tom's River, and Cedar Creek. 1785-1828 Diary and notebook, Clarendon Springs, Vt., Aug. 8, 1865; kept when Congdon was a boy of 11-14; includes diary entries, notes for school, essays, scribblings, etc.; Xerox copy of original at the Vermont Historical Society, this copy edited by Joseph C. ] Note that Cooper copied only the bass part, obviously the part he sang. L., Cyrene Clifford, Stilman White, Sam'l Hilcomb, David Mason, Hemna Hill, Joseph Randall, Luther Severance, David Phillips, John Cuthbert, etc. Vrooman on new survey of live between Duanesburgh and tract of Mr.

Discusses national politics, very strongly anti-slavery; compares American and British forms of government; discusses stands on extension of slavery of Seward, Pierce, Douglas, Banks, et al.; writes about new Republican party, its principles; discusses Kansas-Nebraska bill. Aseltyne, his receipt to Henry Adams, for four hundred dollars, and order to have the mortgage recorded.

Deed to lot number twenty-two and the undivided land west of the same, in [St. Letter from John Adams to Elbridge Gerry, from Braintree, Massachusetts.

Discusses Massachusetts' claim to New Hampshire Grants, controversy over jurisdiction and Vermont's claims to independence; details his own efforts promoting Massachusetts' claim.

Letter to her husband, Rochester, Vermont; primarily family news; another ALS on same page, from George B. Account and record book of John Brown, Norwich, Vermont. Seven Civil War soldier's letters by Gale (of Barre, Vt.), 1862-65; 1 letter to him by Stephen G. (Typescript) Civil War letters mostly from Gould to his family in Windham, Vermont enlisted August 13, 1862 in Co. took part in the battles of Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg (May-June 1864) and in the Shenandoah Valley, ending with the battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. Typescript of a letter to the editor of the Burlington Free Press. Biographical data of 83 men who took Fort Ticonderoga by Bascom, Secretary of New York Historical Association, Fort Edward, NY. Assorted papers relating to the planning and construction of Edmunds High School in Burlington; primarily correspondence between George P. Peck in 1897-1898, relative to the city's acquiring Edmund's property in Burlington for the proposed new school. Henry Seton Merriman] novel, The Velvet Glove, and wether public libraries ought to ban it for anti- Catholicism; includes initial complaint by the Reverend W. Lonergan, Rutland; reports from other libraries about lack of complaints about the book. Johnnie Whitney the sum of three hundred and twenty-two pounds U. Chittenden of the twentieth of April 1818 together with interest and costs for John Yule & Co., Quebec. List of lands sold by Chittenden in Bolton, Vt., with their provenances, sales by Chittenden made on Feb. (Wells, Richardson & Co.) concerning the sales of Klinck medicine in Burlington, through the Burlington Drug Co.; includes many dunning demands for payment of money due to Klinck. Papers include Middlebury Post Office records, letters, writs of attachment, bills of sale, and appointment of Asa Chapman as deputy postmaster at Middlebury. Correspondence to and from Cheney, librarian at Rutland Free Library; concerning Hugh Stowell Scott's [pseud. Discusses the national militia laws and the proposed changes in them; lengthy, detailed account of the militia system, different customs for militia in different parts of the country, etc. note by Tichenor, indicating disagreement with Chittenden's analysis, Tichenor says war quite likely. Follett of Burlington, Vermont iron the ground and hundreds of hands working --- bound to have cars running in six." A. He recorded the names of books he read while waiting to rejoin his regiment. Talk delivered before The Faculty Club of the University of Vermont, February 3, 1950; tells of life in Burlington in the 19th centruy, contcentrating on 1850-1900; details of houses, prominent citizens, businesses and industries, sports, institutions, etc. General order for a military court of inquiry into charges against Gideon Bownson, commander of 2nd Reg. militia; lists court members, orders them to examine charges against Brownson by Christopher Roberts and Thaddeus Munson; signed by Chittenden, and by Joseph Fay, Adj. Cleveland, Stephen, Susan, Daniel: Bethel, VT - Family letters from Joshua Huntington; probate court records; military promotion record; court records of stock held in Bethel Manufacturing Co. Cooper 2nd's singing book: music sounds symphonious to every ear/ while the whole choir sound their notes so clear, [Huntington, Vt., 1810? Walter (Margare) Hard, Authur Packard of Vermont Federated Church Bureau, Sen. Sergeant Aldrich, returning to the front from parole after being exchanged early in 1864, briefly described conditions on Bedloe's Island in New York Harbor and the voyage to Washington. Beck's study of the Constitution, July 29, 1925; to F. The account allowed by the commissioners of the estate Daniel Littlefield and B. 1, April 29, 1890; with holograph draft of supplement to the same published article, "The Rocks of Fort Cassin & Vicinity," by Robert P. C.; published in Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. Acknowledges receipt of Williams' letter, has talked with [Ira] Allen to try to set up a time when the three of them can get together to talk about material for Williams' in-progress History of Vermont; it is necessary that they meet before the History is completed; he might summon the Council to convene at Rutland, Williams' home city. Account of Clark's service in American forces during Revolution; starts in Northhampton, Ma. 1776; March 1776 joined expedition to Canada, besieged Quebec; returned to Ticonderoga in July 1776 and mustered out in very bad health in October; poor health contiuned to September 1777; with typescript and photostat of journal. Clary (from Georgia, VT) describes his first days as a private in the 9th Vermont Regiment; unsure of where regiment will go; wants to be sure family gets his enlistment bounites.

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