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1800 EARLY Missouri History Native American CIVIL WAR
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1800's EARLY Missouri History Railroad CIVIL WAR

A fine collection of documents from the early 1800’s. These documents include interests such as:
railroad purchase and construction
interactions with Native American’s in Missouri
fascinating and bizarre sightings
Many of the documents from this lot were written or signed in the 1820s, just shortly after Missouri was admitted into the Union.

Judge David Peeler, magistrate and court judge of Howard county, appears in many of the documents.
These documents range from the early 1800’s through the Civil War era.

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1800 EARLY Missouri History Native American CIVIL WAR

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1800's EARLY Missouri History Railroad CIVIL WAR

A fine collection of documents from the early 1800’s. These documents include interests such as:
railroad purchase and construction
interactions with Native American’s in Missouri
fascinating and bizarre sightings
Many of the documents from this lot were written or signed in the 1820s, just shortly after Missouri was admitted into the Union.

Judge David Peeler, magistrate and court judge of Howard county, appears in many of the documents.
These documents range from the early 1800’s through the Civil War era.

Featured here:
Receipts
Estate Settlements

Item number: #A20
Price:

Shipping:
Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.

Satisfaction Guarantee:
Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation.
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Very Good.

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