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Clayville Rural Life Center and Museum - Publications Series II - Research Report #03: The Broadwells of Clayville and their Roots - Part II - Family Land Dealings in Illinois
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TitleClayville Rural Life Center and Museum - Publications Series II - Research Report #03: The Broadwells of Clayville and their Roots - Part II - Family Land Dealings in Illinois
SubjectClayville (Ill.)
Broadwell Family
Broadwell Family--land dealing in Illinois
Illinois--land dealings
DescriptionThis part of the report on the Broadwells has four chapters. The first covers the time Moses Broadwell lived in Sangamon County, 1820 through early 1827, and includes all of his transactions, those of John B. Broadwell, his son, and William Carson, his son-in-law. The other chapters cover the time from Moses' death in April 1827 to 1860. They are subdivided by individual and include the transactions of Moses' sons, daughters, and sons-in-law. 80p.
CreatorMacLean, Kay and Edward L. Hawes
PublisherClayville Rural Life Center
ContributorsNational Endowment for the Humanities
Date Original1981
Typetext
FormatPDF, 2.42MB
IdentifierD1/2/1
SourceArchives/Special Collections, Norris L Brookens Library, University of Illinois at Springfield
Languageeng
RelationClayville Research Publication Series
Coverage1820-1860
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Physical Description80p., 8.5"x11"
Date Digital2006-09-20
CollectionLocal History Resources (University of Illinois at Springfield)
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