Boston Public Library
Library of Congress
In the Wadsworth and Putnam Family Papers, 1704-1837, 157 items.
Persons represented include Peleg Wadsworth.
Longfellow National Historic Site
In the Wadsworth-Longfellow Family Papers, ca. 1610-1971, 27 linear feet.
Highlights of the collection include the letters of Peleg Wadsworth, and his son-in-law Stephen Longfellow, written to their families while they served as U.S. congressmen.
Maine Historical Society
1778 and 1781, 12 items.
Seven letters are to Peleg Wadsworth's wife Betsey (Elizabeth Bartlett Wadsworth), two are to other officers, and two are to him. Topics represented include prisoners of war in Maine, the Revolutionary War in Maine and Fort George (in Castine, Me.; at the time part of Massachusetts). A finding aid
1784, 1 item.
A receipt from Peleg Wadsworth to John Allen of Turner, Me., for back taxes for the year 1784.
1795, 1 item.
A letter from Peleg Wadsworth, to Samuel Bartlett. In the letter, Peleg Wadsworth writes about Jay's Treaty; Gen. Anthony Wayne's Indian victory; the need to assist Mrs. Samuel Bartlett to settle her affairs; and other matters.
In the Maine Militia Records, 1822-1838, amount unknown.
Military papers of Peleg Wadsworth consisting of correspondence, regimental records, orders, and annual returns of Second Regiment of Infantry, Second Brigade, Sixth Division of the Maine Infantry; and constitution of Hiram Light Infantry Company.
In the John Muchemore Deeds, 1794-1840, 12 items.
Deeds of John Muchemore for the purchase and sale of lands in Buxton and Gray, Me., together with a deed of Peleg Wadsworth.
New-York Historical Society
New York, NY
January 1 and 15, 1803. 2 letters.
Finding aid in repository.
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