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Wisconsin territorial letters--1841

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Wisconsin territorial letters--1841
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Geneva April 15 1841 WI.Letters2u.Lette01

1841, April 15. Martin Stevens, Geneva, to J. L. Baker, Whitesborough, New York. Wants Baker to sell his (Stevens') place for three-hundred and fifty dollars with at least two hundred dollars down. A.L.S. 1p.

Bristol Racine Co Sunday June 27 1841 WI.Letters2u.Lette02

1841, June 27. Mrs. Rebecca M. Byington, Bristol, to Lucius Tuttle, Wolcott, Connecticut. "Dear Parents." Tells of family. Nostalgic, but believes that Wisconsin is more beautiful than Connecticut. Family living in 15 by 18 feet log house. Built a barn 24 by 30 feet for the payment of which some of the live stock were sold. A.L.S. 3pp.

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