Collection : 1776-1781.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LSC .U5H4C6
Category: Special Collections
Creator: Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, California).
Description: 2 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm
            The Henry E. Huntington Library is a research institution devoted primarily to the study of British and American history, literature, science and art.  The foundation of the Collection was laid between 1911 and 1925 when Henry E. Huntington acquired a number of very important complete libraries.            
            Reel 1:  The Address from Diverse Loyal Inhabitants of Charles Town,  to Lord Rawdon, Commander of His Majesty's Forces in South Carolina and Colonel of the Volunteers of Ireland, congratulating him on his victory over General Greene at Camden, 16 August 1780, and at Hobkirk's Hill, 25 April 1781. A list of names is appended. 

The second item on the reel is a record of the Proceedings of the Committee of Safety, meeting on several occasions during 1776 and 1777 at Brookhaven Manor. Lists of names are included in each record.

Reel 2: Committee of Safety Minute Book, Duchess County, New York, December 1777 - April 1778.

Originals: The original records are held by the Henry E. Huntington Library.
Archival Ref. No.: Henry E. Huntington Library HA Americana Box 1 (18, 19); HM 792; HM 592.
Finding Aids:
            The Table of Contents has been microfilmed at the beginning of each reel. 

A Microfilm Shelf List is available in print and as a PDF in the electronic finding aid section as well as a transcription of the Committee of Safety Minute Book, Duchess County, New York, December 1777 - April 1778.

Electronic Finding Aid Record: Henry E. Huntington Library Collection Shelf List.pdf
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