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Benjamin Logan Miscellaneous Papers
The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA
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[Identification of item], Benjamin Logan Miscellaneous Papers, 1786-1795, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.
Frontiersman, pioneer, and state legislator. Included are a 15 May 1786 statement of Logan concerning field officer's impressment of supplies for the use of the militia in the District of Kentucky; a 15 Sept. 1789 deed by Logan to Jane Montgomery for two hundred acres in Lincoln County, Ky.; and a 4 Apr. 1795 letter to Harry Innes requesting him to be at the Shelby County, Ky. courthouse on 11 Apr. to take the deposition of Martin Daniel in the suit of Innes as guardian in behalf of Colonel Stephen Trigg's estate against George May, Levi Todd, and Logan
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