African Americans -- Connecticut
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Letter topics vary but include family matters, poems, and financial matters.
Two letters from Albert Wadhams of Goshen in 1866 and 1867 describe his efforts to apply for a bounty due to Richard R. Watson, a Corporal of Co. F 29th Connecticut Colored Infantry Volunteers.
Bellamy, Rev. Joseph, 1782 Jun 16
Letter from Rev. Bellamy dated June 16, 1782 from Bethlem, asking Capt. Morris for the status of his servant Robert Potter, who was bound out to Rev. Bellamy and mustered into the Continental Army. Includes a typed transcript.
Cornelia E. Boardman writes to her brother William Whiting Boardman.