Connecticut Historical Society
1775-1781, 1 volume.
An account book used by Benjamin Huntington to document his accounts as a merchant, surveyor, and town clerk in Norwich, Connecticut. The book also includes references to taking the oath of fidelity, to the value of the continental currency, and to the events of the American Revolution.
1789, 3 pages.
A draft of a letter from Benjamin Huntington to George Phillips written on August 18, 1789. Benjamin Huntington explains factors considered in not choosing Middletown as the location of the Federal District Court.
In the Thomas Shaw Papers, 1778, 2 pages.
A letter from Thomas Shaw to Ezekiel Williams written on June 13, 1778. Other authors include Benjamin Huntington..
San Marino, CA
In the Ebenezer Huntington Papers, ca. 1737-1898, 136 items.
Correspondents include Benjamin Huntington. An unpublished finding aid is available in the repository.
Library of Congress
In the Parsons Family Papers, 1769-1878, 81 items.
Correspondents include Benjamin Huntington. The papers are also available on microfilm.
New-York Historical Society
New York, NY
ca. 1776-1788, 2 letters.
The papers include personal and official correspondence. A finding aid is available in the repository.
Rhode Island State Archives
1772-1790, 49 items.
The papers include personal and political correspondence. An unpublished calendar is available in the repository.
Rome Historical Society
1797-1814, 3 volumes.
The papers include House specifications and an account book which belonged to Benjamin Henry Huntington.
The Rosenbach Museum & Library
In the William Williams Papers, 1776, 1 item.
A letter from William Williams to Jabez Huntington written on March 17, 1776.
1791, 1 item.
A letter from Samuel Huntington to Benjamin Huntington written on February 5, 1791. Samuel Huntington discusses Indian claims to western lands and ways of encouraging white settlement there.
[ Top ]