Mystic Seaport Museum,-- G.W Blunt White Library
Minutes of meetings, tax lists, bills payable, and pupil lists; together with correspondence, bills, receipts, notices, subscribers' lists, and promissory notes
Mystic Seaport Museum
Minutes of meetings, tax lists, bills payable, and pupil lists; together with correspondence, bills, receipts, notices, subscribers' lists, and promissory notes
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, accounts, labor and salvage records, powers of attorney, and other papers, of Elam (1793-1870), George (1803-1881), and Thomas Eldridge (1807-1889), shipmasters and mariners of Mystic Bridge, Conn., relating to the smack ENERGY, smack SPLENDID, schooner PLUTARCH, schooner CHARLES & EDWARD, sloop MYSTIC and sloop GEORGE ELDRIDGE
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, bills, receipts, accounts, financial records, bills of lading, certificates, checks drawn on Mystic River Bank, and Mystic River National Bank, and other documents, reflecting Holmes' affairs -- Subjects include his service as customs surveyor at Mystic and Noank, Conn. (1861-1865); activities as master of the sloop ACTIVE (1848-1854) which was involved in coastal trade between Mystic and New York; ownership of a feed store (burned ca. 1865); and wholesale flour and grocery trade with Joseph Allen & Co. and Williams & Potter, New York, N.Y., and Waldron & Church, Providence, R.I. Persons represented include Hannah Denison Holmes
Connecticut Historical Society
Dating from the entire 19th century, the bulk of the records are from the 1880s and 1890s. Earlier records, from the 1820s, have yielded names of colored people (a term often used to refer to Native Americans) and negroes living in town. Later records detail purchases of groceries for the poor, schoolhouse expenses, and labor for highway repairs. Each month the selectmen would submit their bill to the town, complete with all their receipts. Earlier submissions were entirely handwritten, but by the 1880s the majority of the documentation was written on pre-printed forms. Supplies for the poor were divided among the five voting districts, with the second district receiving the most assistance. Dog owners were fined if their dog killed or injured a sheep. By 1890 the fine for this offence was up to five dollars per sheep. Among the papers are many bills for town residents enrolled at the Connecticut School for Imbeciles and those receiving services at the Connecticut State Hospital. ... Read More
New London County Historical Society
Policy for William D. Brown, of Mystic Bridge; Charles Sabin, agent -- Other persons represented include: Elihah A. Bill

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