File 2015-033/001(1) - Letter to William Martin

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Letter to William Martin

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  • Textual record

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George F. Martin and E. Martin

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2015-033/001(1)

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  • 11 November 1838 (Creation)

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3 p. of textual records

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File consists of a handwritten letter written from a brother and sister to their father in Kent, England, describing their decision to leave Hamilton, Upper Canada, due to unrest in the colony and to escape British tyranny, and to move to Rochester in the state of New York.

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Fragile.

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Acquired from Lord Durham Rare Books, 2015.

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Final

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