Brackenridge, Henry Marie, Papers
Scope and Contents
Photocopies of manuscript letters, including a letter to Caesar A. Rodney in 1821 on Jackson's treatment of Governor Callava, as well as letters to his wife Caroline Brackenridge, 1827-1832, written from Pensacola, Tallahassee, Alaqua, the Live Oak Reservation, and other places in West Florida regarding business and legal affairs in the Territory. With draft and final typescript transcripts.
Researchers should also consult books authored by Brackenridge as well as citations in the Bibliography of West Florida.
- created: 1821-1832
- Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1983
- Brackenridge, Henry Marie (Person)
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Source of Acquisition
letters to Caroline photocopied from originals owned by the University of Pittsburgh Library; letter to Rodney photocopied from original at Missouri Historical Society, 1983
- Brackenridge, Henry Marie, Papers
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