Abraham Lincoln Deputy Postmaster Appointment
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a document signed by Lincoln appointing Jason Weeks Deputy Postmaster at Bangor Maine; also signed by William H. Seward, Secretary of State; dated April 4, 1861.
- April 4, 1861
Language of Materials
Material is in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Jason Weeks (1809-1878) was the son of Thomas and Ruth Weeks of Oakham, Bridgewater County, Mass. He was a watch-maker living in Bangor, Maine in the 1860s.
1 envelope (1 item)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Finding Aid for the Abraham Lincoln Deputy Postmaster Appointment
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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- Anglo American Cataloguing Rules
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