Lewis University I & M Canal Documents and Correspondence, 1832-1857 (Lewis University)
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Letter from Benjamin Thompson, Attorney for W. Cushman, to Canal Commissioners. Dated July 23, 1840
1. Letter from Benjamin Thompson, Attorney for W. Cushman, to Canal Commissioners. Dated July 23, 1840
Letter from A. J. Galloway to William Gooding, Chief Engineer Requesting Help at the Line on Kickapool
2. Letter from A. J. Galloway to William Gooding, Chief Engineer Requesting Help at the Line on Kickapool Creek. Dated September 6, 1846
Assignment of Mortages from William Newton to Robert Milne. Dated December 26, 1853.
3. Assignment of Mortages from William Newton to Robert Milne. Dated December 26, 1853.
Letter from J. W. Herrin, Lockport, Illinois, resident, to William J. Fisher. Dated December 15, 1848.
4. Letter from J. W. Herrin, Lockport, Illinois, resident, to William J. Fisher. Dated December 15, 1848.

Letter from William Gooding, Chief Engineer, I&M Canal, to Benjamin Hodge Esq., discussing I&M Canal
5. Letter from William Gooding, Chief Engineer, I&M Canal, to Benjamin Hodge Esq., discussing I&M Canal trees: Dated February 24, 1845
Quit Claim Deed of Erastus Newton and Julia Newton. Dated December 16, 1853.
6. Quit Claim Deed of Erastus Newton and Julia Newton. Dated December 16, 1853.
Warranty Deed, Indenture between John Wardle, Martha P. Wardle (his wife), and Sarah Wardle, all of Lockport,
7. Warranty Deed, Indenture between John Wardle, Martha P. Wardle (his wife), and Sarah Wardle, all of Lockport, Ill., Joseph Wardle of Freeport (first part), and William South of Adrian, Michigan (second part). Dated July 1, 1860.
 

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