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Gardening--United States--History--18th century

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Garden and Tenant Memorandum Book

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01133
Scope and Contents A memorandum book with "articles to be observed by tenants," "Acct of Meal for 1763," "Days Lost" (sick), accounts and a list of flowers. Tenant may be William Edloe. Location is probably Virginia.

William Pringle Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: Mss. 68 P93
Scope and Contents Letters, 1783-1800, written by William Pringle to his brother John Pringle, a tailor in Georgetown [District of Columbia]. William Pringle carried on a seed business in America with his brother acting as agent. Other than seeds, subjects discussed in the letters include the new city of Washington; the war between France and England; politics and the economy in America and England; and the sending of William Pringle's son to America to apprentice as a tailor.