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Lincoln F. Brigham Letter, 1839 December 22Manuscript Mss 839672

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Lincoln F. Brigham Letter, 1839 December 22

Call Number:

Manuscript Mss 839672

Collection Dates:

1839 December 22

Size of Collection:

4 pgs.; 25 cm.


Lincoln F. Brigham writes to Alfred D. Foster of Worcester, MA recommending his Dartmouth College schoolmate, Maris Bryant Pierce, for a lecture at the Worcester Lyceum. Foster writes that Pierce, a member of the Seneca tribe of upstate New York, had been honing a lecture on the Seneca's customs and culture he had given at Dartmouth.

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Lincoln F. Brigham (1819-1895). Dartmouth College Class of 1842. Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court (1869-1890).

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