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Diary of William Sewall, 1797-1846, formerly of Augusta, Maine, Maryland, Virginia, and pioneer in Illinois

edited by John Goodell
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Beardstown, Illinois : J. Goodell, 1930
283, 28 p.

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Binder's title, William Sewall diary, New England, Virginia and Northwest Territory 1817 to 1846.

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William Sewall (1797-1846) was a son of General Henry Sewall (1752- 1846). He was reared in August, Maine. He had a limited knowledge of farming. At the time he started out for himself in had served as a clerk in his father's office and as a country school teacher. The diaries begin in 1817 at Hallowell, Maine, and end in 1846 in Illinois.

Appendix I. Fourteen letters written by General Henry Sewall to his parents [at York, Maine], while a soldier in the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783 -- Appendix II. A series of letters written by General Henry Sewall from his home at Augusta, Maine, to his son, William, keeper of the foregoing dairy, 1818-1843.

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