Finding aid for the Benjamin Franklin Stickney Papers

Repository: Western Reserve Historical Society
Creator: Stickney, Benjamin Franklin
Title: Benjamin Franklin Stickney Papers
Dates: 1788-1892
Extent: 0.10 linear feet (1 container)
Abstract: Benjamin Franklin Stickney (1775-1857) was a resident of New Hampshire, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Toledo, Ohio, and postmaster and agent for Indian affairs Northwest of the Ohio River, Port Lawrence, Michigan Territory. The collection consists of primarily correspondence of Stickney. Includes letters from Lewis Bond, J.L. Comstock, Paul Hamilton (U.S. Secretary of the Navy), Henry Hart, Samuel Mitchill, Anthony Shane, Amos Spafford, Caleb Stark, and Two Stickney, and a declaration to the Delaware Tribe (1812) by William Henry Harrison, Governor of the Indiana Territory.
MS Number MS 3450
Location: closed stacks
Language: The records are in English