James and Drinker correspondence relating to the Philadelphia Tea Party

Correspondence of Abel James and Henry Drinker on severance of trade with Great Britain as a result of the tea party. Typewritten copies made by Francis R. Taylor for an article, 1910.

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Main Author: James, Abel, d. 1790 and Henry Drinker (Creator)
Collection:James and Drinker Correspondence Relating To the Philadelphia Tea Party
Collection Number:Am.30795
Format: Manuscript
Language:English
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