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Letter: Washington D. C., 1868 Jan. 10

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Type: Invitations | Text
Creator: Lumpkin Chestatee Mining Company
Windom, William, 1827-1891
Title: Letter: Washington D. C., 1868 Jan. 10
Date: 1868 Jan. 10
Description: Letter from William Windom, president of the Lumpkin Chestatee Mining Company, calling for a meeting of the stockholders, dated January 10, 1868.

Document ID: mka053.

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Subjects: Lumpkin Chestatee Mining Company | Gold mines and mining--Georgia--Dahlonega | Mines and mineral resources--Georgia--Dahlonega | Mineral rights--Georgia--Dahlonega | Stockholders' meetings | Stockholders | Dahlonega (Ga.) | Lumpkin County (Ga.)
Contributors: Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch
Online Publisher: Athens, Ga. : Digital Library of Georgia, 2004
Original Material: [1] p. | Manuscript held by the Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch, Madeleine K. Anthony Collection, box III-17, folder 9.
Rights and Usage: This work is the property of the Digital Library of Georgia. It may be used freely by individuals for research, teaching, and personal use as long as this statement of availability is included in the text.

Cite as: [title of item], [title of series, if applicable], Madeleine K. Anthony Collection, Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch, presented in the Digital Library of Georgia

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Related Institutions: Chestatee Regional Library System. Lumpkin County Branch
Digital Library of Georgia
Collection Information: "Thar's gold in them thar hills": Gold and Gold Mining in Georgia, 1830s-1940s