Lindsley family papers  1696-1832 (bulk 1796-1832)
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Additional Descriptive Data

Alternate Locations

Eleazer Lindsley, Jr.'s certificate of appointment as post master and two letters bearing early post marks from Lindsleytown have been transferred to the Postal History Collection.

Bibliography

McMaster, G.H. History of the settlement of Steuben County, N.Y. (Bath, [N.Y.]: R.S. Underhill & Co., 1853).

Partial Subject Index
Adulthood
  • 31
American Eagle (Newspaper)
  • 23
Andover College
  • 53
Bankruptcy
  • 53, 54
Baskets
  • 20
Betrothal
  • 3, 18
Bible--Study
  • 66, 69
Births
  • 54
Building materials
  • 7
Canals
  • 61, 62
Canals--Pennsylvania
  • 60
Carpentry
  • 8
Coal mining
  • 60
Coats
  • 34
Connecticut--Description and travel
  • 53
Courtship
  • 3
Crime and criminals--New York (State)
  • 25
Debt
  • 10, 12
Debtor and creditor
  • 10
Debts, Public--Pennsylvania--Tioga County
  • 64, 65
Deeds
  • 6
Democratic Party
  • 30, 57, 63
Disease
  • 32
Distilleries
  • 13, 50, 51
Education of women--Connecticut
  • 21, 22, 24, 33, 34, 38
Electioneering--Pennsylvania
  • 63
Elections
  • 30
Elections--Pennsylvania
  • 57
Epidemics--New York (State)
  • 32
Estates
  • 11, 12
Farm tenancy
  • 1
Fathers-in-law
  • 18
Freedmen--New York (State)
  • 26
Freemasons--Rituals
  • 42
Gambling--Law and legislation--New York (State)
  • 9
House construction
  • 8
Indentured servants
  • 26
Industrial relations--New York (State)
  • 50, 51
Land settlement--Pennsylvania
  • 4
Legislators--Pennsylvania
  • See James Ford letters
Lindsleytown (N.Y.)--Politics and government
  • 48
Love letters
  • 3
Maps--New York (State)
  • 49
Maps--New York (State)--Steuben County
  • 29
Maps--Pennsylvania
  • 49
Marriage
  • 3, 18
Massachusetts--Description and travel
  • 53
Murder--New York (State)
  • 25
Music education
  • 33
New York (State)--Description and travel
  • 27, 70
New York (State)--Governors
  • 56
New York (State)--Politics and government
  • 30, 56, 60, 63
New York (State)--Statistics
  • 47
Painted Post (N.Y.)--Description
  • 29, 70
Pennsylvania--Emigration and immigration
  • 4
Pennsylvania--Politics and government
  • 57, 58, 60, 62, 63
Pensions
  • 55
Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description
  • 31
Philadelphia (Pa.). Prison Commission
  • 64
Politicians--Pennsylvania
  • 62
Postal service--Accounting
  • 14
Postal service--History--New York (State)
  • 67
Postal service--New York (State)
  • 14, 15, 16, 17, 52
Postal service--Postmasters
  • 15
Presidents--United States--Election--1824
  • 55, 57
Presidents--United States--Election--1832
  • 63
Printers
  • 13, 34
Prisons--Pennsylvania
  • 64, 65
Public works
  • 61
Public works--Pennsylvania
  • 59, 60, 62, 63
Railroads
  • 63
Real property--New York (State)
  • 6
Religion
  • 53
Revivals
  • 32
Revivals--New York (State)
  • 54, 66, 69
Revivals--Pennsylvania
  • 66
Roads
  • 48
Roads--New York (State)
  • 68
Slavery--Emancipation
  • 26
Slavery--New York (State)
  • 26
Slaves--New York (State)
  • 8, 26, 51
Steamboats
  • 56
Steuben County (N.Y.)----Politics and government
  • 5
Steuben County (N.Y.)--Description
  • 29, 70
Steuben County (N.Y.)--History
  • 5
Tariff
  • 55
Tioga (N.Y.)--Description
  • 32
Tioga County (Pa.)--Economic conditions
  • 62
Transportation
  • 60, 61
Travel
  • 27
United States--History--War of 1812
  • 35-41, 44-46
United States. Army--Infantry Regiment, 4th
  • 46
United States. Army--Infantry Regiment, 20th
  • 39
United States. Army--Supplies and stores
  • 36, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46
United States. Congress. House
  • See James Ford letters
Wills
  • 43
Wills--Massachusetts
  • 2