Robert Morris Diary
Scope and Contents
Diary of a schoolteacher and farmer who lived in James City County, Virginia as well as in Williamsburg and in Warwick County, Virginia. He rented the President's House at the College of William and Mary. Includes comments on church meetings, schools, local people and weather. Also includes lists of students attending his schools in Williamsburg and Warwick County.
- Creation: 1845-1848
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Robert Morris, 19th century schoolteacher and farmer who lived in James City County, Va. as well as in Williamsburg and in Warwick County, Va. At one time he rented the presidents house at the College of William and Mary.
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Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements:
Original diary cannot be handled. Patrons must use photocopy of diary.
Processed by Ellen Strong in 2007.
Genre / Form
- Guide to the Robert Morris Diary
- Finding Aid Authors: Ellen Strong.
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- The collection description/finding aid is written in English