Samuel H. Perkins journals

These journals of a Philadelphia teacher and lawyer recount his travel and sojourn in Mattamuskett, N.C., in 1818, legal apprenticeship and admittance to the Philadelphia bar, and professional struggles, and reflect the social and religious life of the city.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Perkins, Samuel H. (Samuel Huntington) 1797-1874 (Creator)
Collection:Samuel H. Perkins Journals
Collection Number:Am.1232
Format: Manuscript
Language:English
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541 1 |a Gift of A. Rogenburger.; 1904 acquired 
650 7 |a Death and mourning--19th century.  |2 Local sources 
650 7 |a Lawyers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century.  |2 Local sources 
650 7 |a Slavery--Public Opinion--19th century  |2 Local sources 
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