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Mary Ann E. Hunter Letters,1846-1847

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Mary Ann E. Hunter Letters




The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA

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[Identification of item], Mary Ann E. Hunter Letters, 1846-1847, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.


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Scope and Content

All three letters are addressed to Hunter's uncle, Pleasant H. Martin, in Stokes County, N.C. The first letter, 1846 Oct. 6, discusses the health of relatives and reports that they live four miles from Danville and six from Stanford. The second, 1847 Oct. 21, urges Pleasant to "turn from his wicked sinful ways and try to see God." Hunter also notes that she may be a sinner herself. The third letter, undated, discusses the marital status of friends and relatives. Card index in repository


  • Kentucky-- Religious life and customs.
  • Marital status-- Kentucky-- History-- Sources.

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