Catalog Record: Journal of the proceedings of the Congress held at Albany, in 1754 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Journal of the proceedings of the Congress held at Albany, in 1754.

Related Names: Vignaud, Henry 1830-1922, former owner., Franklin, Benjamin 1706-1790., Eastburn, John Henry 1804 or 1805-1873, printer.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : John H. Eastburn, printer, 1836.
Subjects: Indians of North America > Treaties.
Iroquois Indians > Treaties.
United States > Politics and government > To 1775.
Bookplates (Provenance)
Note: With: "Documents historiques" (pages [393]-407), including "Plan d'Union entre des colonies, proposé par Franklin et adopté par le Commissaires réunis a Albany en 1754". Bound together subsequent to publication.
Imprint from series title page.
At head of title: Collections.
Caption title.
Physical Description: pages [3], 6-74 ; 24 cm.
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