A Deed in the Name of the President For Lots 37 & 38 Near Waterford

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Date January 20, 1797
Author Name Isaac Craig (primary)
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary)
Summary Most eligible lots for erecting barracks at Le Boeuf were lots 37 and 38 located in the town of Waterford. Land lots went up for auction by commissioners Gen Irwin and Wilson, Craig sought to purchase them from the state of Pennsylvania for the United States.
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Document Notes [Extract] Enclosed in Craig to Hodgdon, 02/23/1798. Cited in Hodgdon to Craig, 01/27/1797.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Isaac Craig; Irwin; Wilson; general; commissioner; legislature; ;
Related Places land; lot; Le Boeuf; fort; Waterford; Pennsylvania; ;
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