S.A. Brown Collection
Manuscripts & Rare Books Division
Indiana State Library
Processed by: Philip N. Williams, 1999
Revised by: Jennifer Duplaga, May 2005
S.A. Brown lived in Turtle Creek in 1851.
Collection S3124 includes one letter, written by S.A. Brown to a cousin, Eleanor Green of Bono, Indiana. In the letter, Brown reports on his mother’s health, the lack of rain, and the delay in travel for visitors Lusana Coots and John Cunningham to New Orleans. Brown inquires about the completion of the railroad and the well-being of Cousin Clark, who was living in the gold region.
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17 Nov. 1851 ALS, from S.A. Brown to Eleanor Green
Size of Collection: 1 folder
Collection Dates: 1851
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