This collection pertains to the Price family, with particular focus on Jacob Price’s personal and business affairs as well
as his Civil War pension.
Samuel and Deborah Brockman Price emigrated with their nine children from Wislica, Poland to the United States in the early
1800s to escape Russian rule over Poland and the fear of their sons being drafted into the Russian army. Upon arrival in the
U.S., the Price family settled in New York.
0.5 Linear feet
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