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Kellogg, Phineas (fl. 1805) [Phineas Kellogg receipt]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC01450.013.06 Author/Creator: Kellogg, Phineas (fl. 1805) Place Written: Whitestown Type: Autograph document signed Date: 18 March 1805 Pagination: 1 receipt 8 x 18 cm

Summary of Content: States "received of Phineas Kellogg one dollar in full of all demands from the beginning of the world to the present date." This document was originally housed in Gideon Savage's wooden chest (GLC01450.013.02) with others decimalized in GLC01450.013.

Background Information: Folder of research on Savage in collateral files.

People: Kellogg, Phineas, 1787-1871
Savage, Gideon, 1751-1833

Historical Era: The New Nation, 1783-1815

Subjects: Finance

Sub Era: The Age of Jefferson & Madison

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