Norton Strange Townshend family papers  1807-1995
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General Writings [subseries]
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College Compositions,  1845-1847
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"The Politics and Policy of Agriculture in Vermont,"  1848
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"A Pioneer's First Letter Home,"  1849 (reprint)
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"Our Divorce Law,"  1854
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"What Will She Do with It?" (play) [ ca. 1871]
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"Speech at Springfield, [Missouri],"  1872
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"The Education of the People in American Principle the only Antidote to the Aggressions of Romanism," [ 1874-1875]
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"Amendments to Codes on Points Relating to Insurance,"  1875
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"Opening of the Independent Convention at Sacramento,"  1875
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"The Independent Church Movement: What It Means and How to Sustain It,"  1877
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"The Life and Times of John Knox,"  1879
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"The Relation of Work to Happiness," [various dates,  1879-1890]
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"Address…at the laying of the Cornerstone of the Pasadena Library,"  1887
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"An Act to Provide for the Organization, Incorporation and Government of Towns,"  [ca. 1880s]
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"An Alphabet of Principles Formulated by the Pacific Social Science Association,"  [ca. 1880s]
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"Report on Shipping and Ship-Building,"  1885 (printed)
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"The Pasadena Board of Trade…to French Manufacturers of Essential Oils and Perfumery,"  1891
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"Thoughts about the Educational Possibilities of the L. Stanford Jr. University,"  1891
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"Shall We Educate Our Politicians?"  1891
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"Shall We Educate Our Politicians?"  1892 (printed)
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"The University and Practical Life,"  [ca. 1891]
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"Congressional Reforms,"  [ca. 1893]
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"Education of Politicians,"  [ca. 1894]
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"Socrates among the Brokers" (play),  [n.d.]
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"Evolution of a State,"  [n.d.]