A collection of Townsend family letters, 1810-1858 : letters provided by Charles Townsend Spackman, Frederick Townsend Spackman and Donald Townsend Little

Includes 42 letters written by the Townsend family of Philadelphia between 1810 and 1858, covering the topics of travel, life at boarding school, advice against worldly fashions, sibling relationships, human rights, domestic concerns, and weather.

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Contributors: Howe, Dana Dunbar.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: [Richmond, VA? : D.D. Howe?, c2009.
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245 0 2 |a A collection of Townsend family letters, 1810-1858 :  |b letters provided by Charles Townsend Spackman, Frederick Townsend Spackman and Donald Townsend Little  |c transcription and commentary by Dana Dunbar Howe 
246 1 0 |a Townsend family letters, 1810-1858 
260 |a [Richmond, VA? :  |b D.D. Howe?,  |c c2009.  |e Richmond, VA :  |f Printed by Richmond Printing Service. 
300 |a xviii, 210 p. (v.1) :  |b ill., ports. (some col.) ;  |c 28 cm. +  |e 2 CDs (4 3/4 in.) 
520 |a Includes 42 letters written by the Townsend family of Philadelphia between 1810 and 1858, covering the topics of travel, life at boarding school, advice against worldly fashions, sibling relationships, human rights, domestic concerns, and weather. 
500 |a Two CD-ROMs containing scans of the letters, mounted in sleeves on the inside back cover. 
505 0 |a Table of contents -- Transcriber's notes -- Charles and Priscilla Kirk Townsend -- Anna and Edward Townsend -- John Kirk Townsend -- Hannah Townsend -- Mary Townsend -- Elizabeth Townsend -- Appendix: Compact Disc A, reference code: T-00a -- Appendix: Compact Disc B, reference code: T-00b. 
500 |a "...the first of five volumes to be comprised of letters, diaries, journals, and poetry written primarily during the first half of the nineteenth century by members of a Philadelphia Quaker family." -- Letter from Dana Dunbar Howe, Oct. 3, 2009. 
590 |a HSP Credit Line: 1802 Pennsylvania Abolition Society circular, Pennsylvania Abolition Society Collection (BoxFF 5A .1) 
600 3 0 |a Townsend family  |v Correspondence. 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, Charles,  |d 1777-1859  |v Correspondence. 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, Priscilla Kirk,  |d 1785-1862  |v Correspondence. 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, Edward,  |d 1806-1896  |v Correspondence. 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, John Kirk,  |d 1809-1851  |v Corrspondence 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, Hannah,  |d b. 1812  |v Correspondence. 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, Mary,  |d b. 1814  |v Correspondence. 
600 1 0 |a Townsend, Elizabeth,  |d 1825-1869  |v Correspondence. 
650 0 |a Quakers  |z Pennsylvania  |z Philadelphia  |v Correspondence. 
650 0 |a Quaker women  |z Pennsylvania  |z Philadelphia  |v Correspondence. 
650 0 |a Society of Friends  |z Pennsylvania  |z Philadelphia  |x History  |y 19th century. 
700 1 |a Howe, Dana Dunbar. 
852 |a Historical Society of Pennsylvania  |b Reference Desk  |h DISK Fa 929.2 T748c 2009  |t 1 
852 |a Historical Society of Pennsylvania  |b Family History Room  |h Fa 929.2 T748c 2009 v.1  |t 1