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Hamilton (Mass.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Allen W. Dodge Papers, 1831-1845

Identifier: MSS 449

This collection consists of one folder of correspondence and four illustrated notebooks containing lectures from Andover Theological Seminary.

Dates: 1831-1845

Brown Family of Hamilton, Mass. Papers, 1729-1902

Identifier: MSS 678

The Brown Family of Hamilton, Mass. Papers contains materials created by various Brown family members as well as Dodge family members and includes records for the town of Hamilton.

Dates: 1729-1902

Collection of Petitions Against Slavery, 1840-circa 1845

Identifier: MSS 881

This collection is comprised of various petitions against slavery signed by citizens of Essex County, Massachusetts and Cornish, Maine.

Dates: 1840-circa 1845

Hamilton, Massachusetts, Town Records, 1806-1861

Identifier: EC 11

This collection of Hamailton, Massachusetts, town records includes some bills and receipts, school records, selectmen's papers, warrants for town meetings, some church-related documents, petitions, an opinion on a court case written by Leverett Saltonstall, a list of men enrolled in the militia, a tally of votes for 1846, and a plan of the parsonage on the common.

Dates: 1806-1861

Mary Abigail Dodge Papers, 1834-1896, undated

Identifier: MSS 12

The Mary Abigail Dodge Papers consist of correspondence and writings for this American writer and essayist who wrote under the pen name of Gail Hamilton.

Dates: 1834-1896, undated

Woodbury Family Papers, 1667-1890

Identifier: MSS 442

The bulk of this collection contains account books, bills, receipts and other papers pertaining to the ships Benjamin Woodbury owned or captained. Also included in the collection are account books and receipts from the shoe business run by Augustus Woodbury.

Dates: 1667-1890