Whiting, Thurston (1753-1829) [Journal of Whiting & Brackett]
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02437.07591 Author/Creator: Whiting, Thurston (1753-1829) Place Written: s.l. Type: Manuscript document Date: 25 August 1801 Pagination: 26 p. : docket ; 19.4 x 15.2 cm.
An abstract of a journal. Appears the journal was kept by [Thurston?] Whiting and [Benjamin?] Brackett who are either associates or land agents of [George] Ulmer and/or Henry Knox. The journal was likely kept to be used as evidence (probably in court) against the insurgents in Maine. The journal was kept between the dates 25 August 1801 to 5 September 1801.
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