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KF4541 .M278 2010 - Book

The morning after -- "Take this or nothing" -- A war of printed words : the national debate begins -- The Pennsylvania convention-- with Delaware, New Jersey, and Georgia -- "We the people" of Connecticut and Massachusetts -- The Massachusetts Convention I : the "conversation" begins -- The Massachusetts Convention II : "--with cordiality" -- A rough road to Richmond : New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maryland, and South Carolina -- The Virginia Convention I : a battle of giants -- The Virginia Convention II : under the eyes of heaven -- On to Poughkeepsie -- The New York Convention I : a failure of oratory -- The New York Convention II : in or out? -- Some final twists : the North Carolina Conve

MS022 B13 F1 - Letter: John Sullivan to Daniel Rindge

Letter of introduction for John Paul Jones, from General John Sullivan in Philadelphia to Daniel Rindge in Portsmouth.

Image of MS107 B01 F60 - John Sullivan to Jonathan Warner

MS107 B01 F60 - John Sullivan to Jonathan Warner

Letter from John Sullivan to Jonathan Warner, dated June 18, 1783. During this time John Sullivan was on the state assembly. Sullivan appears to be looking out for Warner's interest in a matter concerning the Masonian land grants. At the end of the letter Sullivan states, "I am now in great want of money and send on purpose to obtain if possible...and of my fees in other affairs which you may recollect have not been settled."

Image of MS107 B01 F68 - John Sullivan to Jonathan Warner

MS107 B01 F68 - John Sullivan to Jonathan Warner

Letter from John Sullivan to Jonathan Warner, requesting payment for debt owed. Sullivan sent Mr. Clagall to collect the money for him. Dated July 30, 1774.

Image of P07_27_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_27_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

View of the Mathew Livermore House, 32 Livermore Street, Portsmouth, NH. Built c.1730-35, the house formerly stood on the southeast corner of Haven Park on Pleasant Street. When the park was created in 1900 the building was moved. Matthew Livermore was the first teacher in Porstmouth and later holder of the office of King's Attorney. A number of notable persons have resided in this house including Jean Joseph Marie Toscan, French Consul in Portsmouth; Admiral Dismukes; Samuel Livermore, chief advisor to Gov, John Wentworth and later US Senator; and Gen. John Sullivan, a noted attorney and Revolutionary general of Durham, NH. The interior has a mural by Gladys Brandon (friend of Dismukes) d

Image of P07_30_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_30_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

View of the earthworks on Peirce Island, the former site of Fort Washington. Built in 1775 by Gen. John Sullivan, the fort was under the command of Capt. Titus Salter and his company of 180 men. It was then used during the War of 1812. The area is now the site of the city's waste treatment plant.

Image of P07_30_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_30_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

View of the earthworks on Peirce Island, the former site of Fort Washington. Built in 1775 by Gen. John Sullivan, the fort was under the command of Capt. Titus Salter and his company of 180 men. It was then used during the War of 1812. The area is now the site of the city's waste treatment plant.

Image of P07_78_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_78_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

The Gen. John Sullivan House, 23 Newmarket Street (Rte. 108), Durham, NH. A National Historic Landmark, this was the home of Revolutionary War Gen. John Sullivan (1740-1795), who later became President (the position now called Governor) of New Hampshire. The building was built by Rev. Samuel Adams in 1720.

Image of P15.206 - Armsden Photograph Collection

P15.206 - Armsden Photograph Collection

SULLIVAN MEMORIAL, DURHAM

Peirce Island - Vertical File

Also called Doctor's Island.