Jefferson Wilcoxson (1809-1898) was a California pioneer who became involved in merchandising, farming, banking, and land
investments in Northern California. The majority of the collection consists of incoming correspondence to Wilcoxson from 1869-1897.
Correspondents include George W. Applegate, George W. Austin, the Bank of Woodland, and the Yolo County Treasurer. These letters
often discuss farming, life in Applegate, California, financial dealings, and other subjects.
Jefferson Wilcoxson was born on February 24, 1809 in Mercer County, Kentucky to Isaac and Priscilla Wilcoxson. In 1819, he
emigrated with his family to Missouri.
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