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e-Book Among the things that were: Letters of a Vermont farm family, 1830-1874 epub download

Author: Barbara Freund
ISBN: 0971511802
Pages: 366 pages
Publisher: Barbara Freund; 1st edition (2001)
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e-Book Among the things that were: Letters of a Vermont farm family, 1830-1874 epub download

by Barbara Freund



letters of a Vermont farm family, 1830-1874. 1st ed. by Barbara Freund.

letters of a Vermont farm family, 1830-1874. Includes bibliographical references. Two-hundred or so letters from her siblings and six children that Julia Morrill saved over the years from 1830 to 1874"-sleeve. Relevant genealogies of the families Smith, Walker, White and Jones are included.

Among the things that were. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Jones family, Julia Smith Morrill (1801-1887), Smith family, Walker family, White family.

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Letter writers in the 1830s A were not responsible for the cost of delivery. And so people wrote more private things - politically or commercially sensitive information or love letters. B tried to t more than one letter into an envelope. C could only send letters to people living in cities. D knew all letters were automatically read by postal staff. 28. What does the text say about Hill in the 1830s? A He was the rst person to express concern about the postal system. In the early days of the penny post, there was still concern about theft. Engels would still send Marx money by ripping up ve-pound notes and sending the pieces in different letters.

They were happy and deserved their happiness. It goes without saying accepted the invitation. I found the whole family in the kitchen. But the real master of the house was not George, it was his mother. She was about 70, tall, with grey hair and though her face was wrinkled, her eyes were dark, bright and shrewd. I was Invited lo come and see him. I was amused to see that Mrs Meadows wore her best silk dress. I was introduced to the old captain.

Two hundred or so letters from her siblings and six children that Julia Morrill saved over the years from 1830 to 1874, collected by her great, great granddaughter. Along with the activities of daily life, they reflect the Gold Rush fever, the Civil War, and the westward migration that drew two of her daughters and eventually Morrill herself away from Vermont to Iowa, Wisconsin, and the Dakota Territory. 8.5x11", xxv+366 pp., b&w photographs.