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[Transcript of Two Letters Concerning David Strickland, June 8, 1798]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter to Zenon Trudeau, on June 8, 1798, discussing the life of David Strickland, who works as a farmer for someone else but wants to farm for himself on the Bois Brule River in order to establish his family. A second letter, from David Strickland, asking that he be granted the land on the river to farm.
Date: June 8, 1798
Creator: Strickland, David
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of Letter from Pierre Menard, August 27, 1801]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Pierre Menard, on August 27, 1801, asking for several barrels of sugar and coffee to be sent to them in Illinois.
Date: August 27, 1801
Creator: Menard, Pierre
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of letter from James Austin to Moses Austin, November 22, 1801]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from James Austin to Moses Austin discussing business of the lead mines in Virginia. Enclosed with this letter are copies of accounts and an excerpt of a letter from Moses Austin's brother, Stephen Austin.
Date: November 22, 1801
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of a Letter from Decalle Ducos to Philippi Rocheblave]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Decalle Ducos to Philippi Rocheblave, including a list of questions concerning the lead mines at Mine a Breton in Sainte Genevieve, Missouri.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ducos, Decalle
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of Letter from Phillipp Rocheblave to Moses Austin, July 10]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Phillipp Rocheblave to Moses Austin, on July 10, 18uu, concerning a history book he is writing about his country. He asks questions about the production in lead and salt mines in Austin's area, and asks for his patronage.
Date: 18XX-07-10
Creator: Rocheblave, Phillipp
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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