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Dr. James Russell Cumming papers
Letters and commissions of Dr. James Russell Cumming, Asisstant Surgeon and Surgeon, U.S. Army, 12th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers
Eleazer Curtiss Jr. military commission
Governor Jonathan Trumbull authorizes Eleazer Curtiss, Jr. to enlist a company of 100 men to defend the colony for a period of 7 months.
Stephen Dodge military commission
Stephen Dodge's commission as 2d Lieutenant in a Company of the First Battalion. Signed at Hartford by Jonathan Trumbull, Captain-General and Commander in Chief of Connecticut; and George Wyllys, Secretary.
The English Homes of Some Colonial Ancestors essay
The English Homes of Some Colonial Ancestors essay (2011-34-0) is a nine page typescript essay. The creator of the item is unknown and it is not dated. This genealogical essay contains family information, and deals with the homes of some of the early Connecticut settlers such as Thomas Hooker, John Haynes, and Rev. John Woodbridge.
Gad Farnum military pass
Military pass to allow Gad Farnum, a soldier in Col. Hills Regiment and Captain Alexander Walls Company, who has been discharged and is granted liberty to return to Litchfield. Signed by Andrew Ward, Brigadeer General, Aug. 17, 1777. Also, dated Oct. 3, 1777, a note from Timothy Judd, Justice of Peace, to allow Gad Farnum to pass to and from Guilford.
History of First Church of Christ Congregational Church
French and Indian War military enlistments
Two certificates of enlistment for service in the invasion of Canada.
Elisha Frisbie Accounts and Journal
Henry Guy Gould manuscript
A manuscript detailing the origin of the names of towns in Connecticut, by Henry Guy Gould.
H. William Hawke manuscript
The H. William Hawke manuscript (1972-129-0) is a typescript manuscript biography titled "Joel Stone of Gananoque, 1749-1833. His Life and Letters." The manuscript was written by H. William Hawke in 1970.