Standing Rock Indian Agency papers  1876-1906 (bulk 1877)
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Container / Location Title
Box   12, Small Collections  
Fair American collection [series]
Folder   16  
  1801 February 2 . Partially printed document; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (3 pages)
Formal declaration that the Fair American had been captured by the French privateer Marguerite . Estimated loss of cargo (sugar): $70,500.00.
Folder   16  
  1801 February 18 . James H. Watmough, Stephen Dutilh, and Philippe Joseph L'Etombe DS, notarized by Clement Biddle; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (4 pages)
Ownership of goods shipped on the Fair American . Accompanied by a detailed invoice (January 2, 1801), 2 bills of lading (January 2, 1801, and January 3, 1801), and a letter Watmough wrote to Brevoor just before the ship sailed (January 3, 1801).
Folder   16  
  1802 March 28 . Joseph Marsh, Jr. DS; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1 page)
Marsh, a shipwright, believes that the ship Fair American is worth $28,000.00.