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Massachusetts

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Coleman and Truss family letters

 Collection
Identifier: W-0103
Overview Contains letters written before, during, and after the Civil War by the Coleman family of St. Clair, Alabama
Dates: 1860-1868

"Great Ordinance of Freedom" letter, 1855 August 9

 File — Box WSC002, Folder: W0150.06
Scope and Contents A form letter from a group of Massachusetts citizens (including Samuel Bowles, John M. Clark, Samuel G. Reed, Gersham B. Weston, Edwin F. Jenks, Ivers Phillips, John A. Goodwin, and P. Emory Aldrich) calling for a convention of the people to discuss the "almost universal opposition of Massachusetts to the repeal of the 'Great Ordinance of Freedom,'" and to the "aggressioins of the Slave Power, in its invasion of Kansas...".
Dates: 1855 August 9

Herman Packard journal

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-1092
Abstract Diary of a Pennsylvania minister and agent of the American Tract Society, written while he was in New Orleans and Greenville, Louisiana, in 1839 and 1846.
Dates: 1837-1847

Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hudson Letters, 1900-1906

 File — Box 4257.003: [1006214228], Folder: 1
Scope and Contents One letter to Reverend Hudson of Peabody, Massachusetts, from John M. Nichols of Portland, Maine, saying he (Nichols) had been appointed the principle of Lewiston High School in Lewiston, Maine, and including newspaper clippings describing the appointment. The second letter is from S. F. Kittredge to Mrs. Hudson to tell her about her trip by train to Oregon and to discuss church business.
Dates: 1900-1906