Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Contents (all items created by or relating to Gardner unless otherwise noted)
New Jersey Historical Society
Contains the papers of the Forrer and Bruen families including: the correspondence of Luther Bruen, a letter from Elihu Burritt, printed materials, journals, legal documents, land deeds, wills, clippings, photographs, and a genealogy
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
Record book contains the handwritten proceedings of the annual meetings of the association, which included the place of meeting, list of churches, actions of the association, and the election of officers. Front pages and cover of record book are missing
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
Records include only membership lists
Cincinnati Museum Center - Cincinnati Historical Library and Archives
This collection consists of 29 hand-drawn maps of land surveys in the Virginia Military District. These maps include property in nineteen Ohio counties. Each parcel of land includes the survey number, the name of the claimant and the number of acres. The maps are not dated, but were probably made in the early nineteenth century
Virginia Institute of Marine Science - Hargis Library
Compilation of photocopied articles published in various Virginia newspapers during 1975-1976
Virginia Institute of Marine Science - Hargis Library
Compilation of 66 unpublished reports and notes on the oyster diseases MSX and Dermo and the Virginia oyster industry, arranged in chronological order from 1970-1991
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Diary, 1861-1864, describes services with the Army of the Potomac, II Corps, during the Peninsular, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg campaigns and later battles of Mine Run, Spotsylvania, North Anna River, Totopotomoy Creek and Cold Harbor. Account is most ofter concerned with daily army life, but there is some reporting of the battles
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The participation of North Carolina troops in the Revolution is described in letters of General Robert Howe, Stephen Moore, R. Rutherford, Allen Jones, John Armstrong, Thomas Burke, William Davidson, Richard Caswell, John Penn, and others, 1777-1783; and in orders of the Assembly, 1777. The letters discuss the resolutions of the Assembly concerning the ratification of the Constitution, 1787-1788; the question of imposts by North Carolina, 1788; paper currency, 1785; treaties and sales of Indian lands, 1827; slavery, laws, finances, freemasonry, religion, local affairs, political and military appointments
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the schooner Lively details a shipping voyage from Gloucester, Mass., to Virginia, Dec. 1785-Mar. 1786. The master and logbook keeper was Joshua Burnham (1736-1791) or possibly his son Joshua (b. 1763). Included in the ship's papers is a manifest