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Title:[Letter] 1838 August 1st, Clover Dale, [TN] [to] Ann Jane Bell, Cornplanter, Penn[sylvania] / C[aroline] D. Bell : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Bell, Caroline D.
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Date: August 1, 1838
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter from Caroline Bell in Cloverdale, TN, to her sister Ann Jane Bell, in Cornplanter, PA, dated August 1, 1838. Caroline writes about the latest happenings in their Presbyterian church in Charlotte. She says that she took her first communion, and she comments on the preaching styles of the ministers. She writes that the weather has been too dry for the farms and that there are no peaches. She also writes that their mother will be expecting Jane to visit in about two weeks.
Collection:Bell Collection IV-H-1
Box:1
Folder:3
Document:sl110
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