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Scope and Contents "Litchfield Hill," is an article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 2013-112-0, about the town of Litchfield during the Revolutionary War and some of its most famous residents from the later 18th and early 19th centuries: Tapping Reeve, Sarah Pierce, Oliver Wolcott, James Gould, and Benjamin Tallmadge.
Dates: Created: no date
Scope and Contents The Pierce Family Correspondence consists primarily of letters to and from the children of John Pierce and his first wife, Mary (Paterson) Pierce, as well as of his second wife, Mary (Goodman) Pierce. The collection documents events of national importance: John Pierce, a colonel and paymaster in the Continental Army, received letters from numerous correspondents concerning military, administrative, and political news of the American Revolution. Moreover, the Pierce brothers traveled...
Dates: Created: 1775-1825; Other: Majority of material found in 1776-1825; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1978
Scope and Contents The papers of Dr. Elisha Sill (1730-1808) of Goshen, Conn., consist of his diary and account book, 1771-1783, and his copy of a 1776 letter to Col. Oliver Wolcott in which he asked to be relieved of service. The collection also includes two 1774 letters from committees of correspondence and papers related to Dr. Sill's son Elisha Eaton Sill (1774-1812) and grandson William Eaton Sill (1806-1888). After graduating from Yale College in 1754, Dr. Sill settled in Goshen, Conn. and eastablished a...
Dates: Created: 1771-1825; Other: Date acquired: 02/08/1999
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Scope and Contents Speech delivered by Lyman Beecher Stowe at the celebration of Litchfield's bicenennial. He remarked on his ancestors and their connection to Litchfield and his appreciation of some of the memorable citizens of Litchfield, including Sarah Pierce, Charles Loring Brace, Oliver Wolcott, Benjamin Tallmadge, Tapping Reeve, James Gould, and John Pierpont.
Dates: Created: 1920 Aug 2
Scope and Contents Correspondence chiefly between Frederick Wolcott (1767-1837), his wife Elizabeth (Betsey) Huntington Wolcott (1774-1812), his brother Oliver Wolcott (1760-1833) who served as Secretary of the Treasury and Governor of Connecticut, and Jabez W. Huntington (1788-1847) who served as a U.S. Senator from Connecticut. Topics include domestic news, local, state, regional and national politics, business affairs, church activities, trade with China and the merchant vessel Trident, raising merino sheep,...
Dates: Created: 1740-1844; Other: Majority of material found in 1790-1837; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1906
- Names: Wolcott, Oliver, 1726-1797 X
- Account books 3
- Correspondence 3
- Diaries 2
- Litchfield (Conn.) 2
- United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783 2
- United States--Politics and government--1775-1783. 2
- Charleston (S.C.)--Description and travel 1
- China -- Commerce 1
- Connecticut--Politics and government 1
- Epidemics--New York (State)--New York 1
- Florida--Description and travel 1
- Fort Ticonderoga (N.Y.)--Capture, 1777 1
- Goshen (Conn.) 1
- Litchfield (Conn.) - History 1
- Medicine--United States--History--18th century 1
- Military commissions 1
- Private schools - Connecticut - Litchfield - History 1
- Receipts 1
- Schools 1
- Slavery--United States 1
- Southern States--History--1775-1865 1
- Speeches 1
- Trident 1
- Washington (D.C.)--Description and travel 1
- Women - Education - Connecticut - Litchfield - History 1
- Woolen and worsted manufacture 1
- Yellow fever--New York (State)--New York 1 ∧ less