Mary J. Aborn collection
Scope and Contents
The collection also includes Mary J. Aborn’s correspondence and writings in relation to early Warren County history and the removal of Native Americans from Indiana; two scrapbooks of clippings on Warren County history from the 1880s, pasted in on Dr. Aborn’s account books from the 1850s and 1870s; and records of the treasurer for school district no. 1 in Warren County (1834).
Correspondents include Henry W. Ellsworth, Elisha English, Allen Hamilton, Edward A. Hannegan, Joseph E. McDonald, Daniel Mace, David Turpie, James Whitcomb and William Wesley Woolen.
Oversize items include several land grants (OB201). Recipients of these grants were Abigail Stufflebeam, John Stufflebeam, Michael Stufflebeam and David Glenn. All were signed for President Andrew Jackson by his secretary.
- Aborn, Mary J., 1835-1927 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Ebenezer F. Lucas (1807-1871) was a businessman in Williamsport and State Line City, Warren County, Indiana; clerk, Warren County Circuit Court (1838); Warren County treasurer (1842); engineer ad superintendent, Wabash and Erie Canal (1842-1846); assistant marshal to aid in taking the 8th U.S. Census (1860).
0.65 Cubic Feet (2 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize folder)
Language of Materials
- Account books
- Canals -- Indiana
- English, Elisha Gale, 1798-1874
- Frontier and pioneer life
- Frontier and pioneer life -- Indiana
- Hamilton, Allen, 1798-1864
- Indian Removal, 1813-1903
- Indiana -- Politics and government
- Indians of North America
- Lucas, Ebenezer F., 1807-1871
- Pioneers -- Indiana
- Politics and government
- Real property
- Warren County (Ind.)
- Whitcomb, James, 1795-1852
- Mary J. Aborn collection
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description