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Media: 19 reels of 35mm microfilm
Format: Printed Guide
Coverage Dates: 1774-1792

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Laurens' experience as a merchant, planter, public official, and revolutionary leader in South Carolina are described in important letters and documents written in the period 1747-1792. The papers include commentary on Laurens' peace mission to Great Britain in 1782, which led to his imprisonment in the Tower of London.

  • Content Type: Printed guide

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