3 edition of Gerrit Smith"s land auction found in the catalog.
Gerrit Smith"s land auction
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 2141|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
Joe H wrote a review Jun DeWitt, New York contributions helpful votes Very interesting but not a lot here to see A one-hour stop here is very worthwhile, especially if you are not familiar with Gerrit Smith. Smith was a really committed person to the abolition movement. The record indicates, however, that Gerrit Smith's most significant contributions to his era were his efforts in the causes of social and moral reform. He was buried in Peterboro. He retired from that office December 31,completing 44 years of public service to both his country and to his community.
He also wrote out drafts of replies for his clerks to copy. He spent freely for his own village of Peterboro, providing for flagstone walks, swamp drainage, and the building of roads. During the Civil War, Laura toured many refugee camps and hospitals, even venturing onto the frontlines, to distribute supplies to displaced citizens, freed slaves, and soldiers. Grant in spite of Grant's indulgence in liquor and Smith's abhorrence of alcohol In his late years, Gerrit Smith continued to contribute funds liberally to any cause he thought worthwhile. All undated correspondence is placed at the end of the series and arranged alphabetically by author's last name.
Legal documents relate primarily to Smith's extensive land holdings and his position as county judge. Correspondents are listed alphabetically by last name and then chronologically under each name. He had been a man of personal as well as religious peculiarities for much of his life, and despite his financial successes he grew morose at the end, claiming that he was "a trouble to himself and a vexation to those about him. Smith's grandfather, Colonel James Livingston, fought in the American Revolution and his first cousin, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was a founder and leader of the women's suffrage movement.
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Driven by his liberal ideas and empowered by his wealth, he was one of the most powerful abolitionists in the United States. You make all the decisions and stay in control of the transaction at a Smith Auctions, L.
Miscellaneous files, boxA collection of handwritten and printed material, correspondence, legal records and clippings, falling into a number of interesting categories, yet with little depth in any area.
Who do you think would parley with a thief, a robber of man's just rights, recognized by the glorious Constitution of our Union! He was a member of the New York Temperance Society and spoke at its first annual meeting in Januaryto the effect that alcohol was responsible for most of the crime and poverty in the world.
Our company has provided these professional services since In the state purchased a large part of the Oneida Reservation, including Smith's tract. Many of these items have also been digitized and are available online.
While an incumbent, he strongly advocated temperance, abolition, and peace, and fought the Kansas-Nebraska-Bill.
Biographical History Gerrit Smith was an American social reformer, abolitionist, politician, and philanthropist. Writings contains Smith's miscellaneous prose and verse, and a journal of a trip from Albany to Johnstown in Gerrit Smith emerged from the Civil War a Republican.
He had been a man of personal as well as religious peculiarities for much of his life, and despite his financial successes he grew morose at the end, claiming that he was "a trouble to himself and a vexation to those about him.
Although he sometimes criticized Lincoln's attitude toward slavery, he made speeches and wrote public letters upholding the government. Through motoring publications, classic car magazines, on-line advertising, social media networking and our in-house advertising and public relations departments, your vehicles are actively presented to qualified buyers.
Please see the pickup time and location in the description of the item. Gerrit gained the consent of the other heirs to maintain the property and bought out their shares for cash.
Note: Checks may be processed the day of the auction; be sure to have adequate funds in your account. For further updates and information: www. Also included are records of land purchases and sales, primarily relating Gerrit Smiths land auction book the New Petersburgh tract formerly part of the Oneida Indian Reservationlands purchased from New York State at tax sales, the Charlotte River and Byrne's Patent, and the Old Military Tract; this section includes surveyors' documents and some maps relating to these lands.
His family would continue to haunt her for fifteen years, pursuing her legally in court and privately with slave catchers, while barraging her with derogatory letters. These brochures are delivered to thousands of collectors as well as dealers and restoration shops around the country.
The man was an amazing abolitionist and super-philanthropist, and if you don't know who he was it's partly because he kept a low profile and sought no personal recognition. He was supported by anti- slavery Whigs, Democrats, Free Democrats, and other abolitionists.
Gerrit Smith was elected president of the New York State Anti-Slavery Society inand began publication of approximately fifty essays on slavery printed in the form of circular letters. The estate was also widely known as a safe haven for escaped slaves making the trek to Canada on the Underground Railroadand was a meeting place for suffragette organizations.
Smith helped hundreds of African Americans by purchasing their freedom from slavery, arranging safe passage to Canada, helping families establish their lives locally, giving deeds to land, providing educational opportunities, and working for human rights. Haviland signaled the car, I stepped to one side as if to continue my walk and when it stopped I ran and jumped aboard.
Smith's fear and anxiety over the possible effects of his involvement resulted in a nervous breakdown.Smiths Grove Land & Farm Auction. June 3 • 10 AM. On-Site: Hydro Pondsville Rd, Smiths Grove, KY Available at auction is this versatile, multi-tract property located in the rural community of Smiths Grove, Kentucky – between Glasgow and Bowling Green.
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inspection for this auction: friday february 21st - monday march 2nd. lots will begin closing at pm monday march 2nd. items are located at-smith auctions - us hwy 12, baldwin, wi. The Gerrit Smith Estate, a National Historic Landmark located in Peterboro, New York 7th Annual Peterboro Emancipation Days Saturday & Sunday, August 6 & 7, a tour and encourage a lively discussion for the younger participants of the Emancipation Day program beginning in the Land Office and finishing at the Laundry.
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