Letter from George Mason IV to Thomas Jefferson, 1788

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Letter from George Mason IV to Thomas Jefferson, 1788

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Description

This letter from George Mason IV to Thomas Jefferson, dated July 1788, asks Jefferson to make sure that a man named Captain Fenwick ("Partner of the House in Bourdeaux") bought the right type of clothes for enslaved persons of Gunston Hall. This originally hand-written document was typed in the 20th century.

Creator

George Mason IV

Source

Jefferson Papers, https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Jefferson/01-13-02-0287, accessed Aug. 8, 2017

Publisher

Mason Papers, Gunston Hall

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Format

pdf

Language

English

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Citation

George Mason IV, “Letter from George Mason IV to Thomas Jefferson, 1788 ,” The Enslaved Children of George Mason, accessed August 15, 2018, https://ecgm.omeka.net/items/show/31.

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