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D.B. Prince, head of a school in York, Pennsylvania, wrote to Judge Josiah Pierce of Gorham as part of a continuing discussion about Prince's desire that Pierce's daughter Nancy should keep teaching at the school.
Prince, a native of Maine, also inquired about the price of land in Maine, suggesting he might need to move farther from the "border" with the Confederate states if the Civil War continued.
About This Item
- Title: D.B. Prince concerning Nancy Pierce, 1864
- Creator: D. B. Prince
- Creation Date: 1864-08-29
- Subject Date: 1864
- Gorham, Cumberland County, ME
- York, PA
- Media: Ink on paper
- Collection: Pierce family collection
- Object Type: Text
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Prince, D.B.--Correspondence
- Pierce, Josiah, 1792-1866--Correspondence
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