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Catalog Number MS 749-01-01-01
Object Name Correspondence
Scope & Content This collection consists of a letter from James Spalding to an unknown recipient, written from Sapelo Island, Georgia, in 1775. In the letter, Spalding inquired about seed corn, mentions rumors of war, and asks for advice regarding the ban on shipping rice and lumber.
Physical characteristics [item identification], James Spalding letter, MS 749, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Creator Spalding, James, 1735-1794
Title James Spalding to [?]. Sapelo, Dec. 17, 1775. 4 p. ALS. Inquires about seed corn; mentions rumors of war; asks for advice re the ban on shipping rice and lumber.
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Collection James Spalding letter, 1775
Subjects Corn
Letters (correspondence)
Sapelo Island (Ga.)
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783

People Spalding, James, 1735-1794