Rowe-Curtis family papers  1833-1851
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Additional Descriptive Data

List of Correspondents:

  • Curtis, Ann, b. ca.1813
  • Curtis, Ebenezer W., b. ca.1820
  • Curtis, George, b. ca.1802
  • Curtis, Nancy E. Rowe, b. ca.1813
  • Hutchins, Sarah
  • Porter, Samuel, 1810-1901
  • Rowe, Benjamin, b. ca.1823
  • Rowe, Judith
  • Rowe, Lucy Ann, b. ca.1828
  • Rowe, Samuel, b. ca.1825
  • Shepley, Rev. Samuel H.
  • Weld, Lewis, 1796-1853
Related Materials

See also: Six letters by Lewis Weld in the Weld-Grimké papers, Clements Library.

Bibliography

Barnard, Henry. A Discourse in Commemoration of the Life, Character and Services of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, LL.D., Delivered Before the Citizens of Hartford, Jan. 7th, 1852. With an Appendix, Containing History of Deaf-Mute Instruction and Institutions, and other Documents. (Hartford, Conn., 1854).

Clayton, W. W. History of Cumberland Co., Maine : with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. (Facsimile reprint, Bowie, Md., 1994. Originally published Philadelphia, 1880).

The Twenty-eighth Report of the Directors of the American Asylum, at Hartford, for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. (Hartford, 1844).

Partial Subject Index
American Asylum for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.
  • passim
Atlantic Cotton Mill.
  • 1849 May 16
Baptism--Baptists.
  • 1846 April 16
  • n.d.
Baptists--Creeds.
  • 1846 April 16
  • n.d.
Baptists--Maine.
  • 1846 April 16
  • n.d.
Cabinetmakers--Vermont.
  • 1847 January 23
California--Gold discoveries.
  • 1849 May 16
Congregationalist churches--Maine.
  • passim
Cotton manufacture--Massachusetts--Lawrence.
  • 1849 Maine 16
Courtship.
  • 1847 January 23
  • 1849 February 13
Curtis, Olive b. ca.1807.
  • passim
Deaf--Asylums and education--Connecticut.
  • passim
Deaf--Maine.
  • passim
Deaf--United States--Family relationships.
  • passim
Hagar & Whitcomb Company.
  • 1849 February 13
  • 1849 May 16
Maine--Church history.
  • passim
Maine--Social life and customs.
  • passim
Revivals--Maine.
  • passim
Revivals--Massachusetts.
  • 1851 December 2
Shoemakers.
  • passim
Tailors.
  • passim
Van Doorn, Anthony.
  • 1847 January 23