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Anna Wharton Wood collection

Identifier: HC.MC-958
Miscellaneous papers reflecting the religious and social interests of Friends of the period. Included are the following papers: Extracts from a journal, 1809, of a tour to Tunesassa and Cattaraugus by William Allinson, giving interesting details of travel and life among the Indians, their reservations on the Allegheny River, and the prehistoric remains of a people who lived in this section more than 2000 years ago; letters of William Logan, Samuel Emlen, Samuel Fothergill, and John Pemberton; a petition by English Friends to Governor Shirley, 1741; epistles; testimonies; “A plan for some slave utopia” / George Dillwyn (fragile), and other miscellaneous material on Quakerism.


  • 1741 - 1853

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The collection is open to research use.

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0.5 Linear Feet (1 document box)

Anna Wharton Wood collection 1741-1853
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