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Letter to Emma Smith, 18 May 1834

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RICHMOND

Settled 1806. Surveyed 1816. Incorporated as town and post office established, 1818. Incorporated as city, 1840. Population in 1833 about 1,700. Population in 1840 about 2,100. Stopping point on National Road, by 1834. Camp of Israel, including JS, camped...

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MAY 19
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Kirtland Mills

Located in Newel K. Whitney store in northwest Kirtland on northeast corner of Chardon and Chillicothe roads. Whitney appointed postmaster, 29 Dec. 1826. JS and others listed “Kirtland Mills, Geauga County, Ohio” as return address for letters mailed, 1833...

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Geauga County
Ohio
 
RICHMOND

Settled 1806. Surveyed 1816. Incorporated as town and post office established, 1818. Incorporated as city, 1840. Population in 1833 about 1,700. Population in 1840 about 2,100. Stopping point on National Road, by 1834. Camp of Israel, including JS, camped...

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IND.
MAY 19
18/"
Kirtland Mills

Located in Newel K. Whitney store in northwest Kirtland on northeast corner of Chardon and Chillicothe roads. Whitney appointed postmaster, 29 Dec. 1826. JS and others listed “Kirtland Mills, Geauga County, Ohio” as return address for letters mailed, 1833...

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Geauga County
  Ohio
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JS, Letter, Richmond

Settled 1806. Surveyed 1816. Incorporated as town and post office established, 1818. Incorporated as city, 1840. Population in 1833 about 1,700. Population in 1840 about 2,100. Stopping point on National Road, by 1834. Camp of Israel, including JS, camped...

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, IN, to Emma Smith, Kirtland Mills

Located in Newel K. Whitney store in northwest Kirtland on northeast corner of Chardon and Chillicothe roads. Whitney appointed postmaster, 29 Dec. 1826. JS and others listed “Kirtland Mills, Geauga County, Ohio” as return address for letters mailed, 1833...

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, OH, 18 May 1834; handwriting of JS; one page; JS Materials, CCLA.

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