Gaius Dickinson Letters
Scope and Contents
Two letters, 26 March and 4 November 1791 from Gaius Dickinson, a Quaker, to his son Daniel Dickinson in Rockingham County, Va. The letters concern his travel plans and religion. Also includes a letter, 1930, concerning the provenance of the letters.
- Creation: 1791, 1930
- Dickinson, Gaius, fl. 1791 (Person)
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These letters were originally found about 1910 being carried along by the wind in the gutter on the main street of Jonesville, Va.
- Guide to the Gaius Dickinson Letters
- Special Collections Staff.
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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