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Leese (Jacob P.) Photostat Letter
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This is a photostatic copy of a letter written to Abel Stearns from Jacob P. Leese, 1837 May 8.
Abel Stearns (1798 February 9 – 1871 August 23) was a trader who came to Los Angeles, Alta California in 1829 and became a major landowner, cattle rancher and one of the area's wealthiest citizens.Jacob Primer Leese (1809 August 19 - 1892 February 1), born in St. Clairsville, Ohio became a San Francisco pioneer, building the first permanent house in San Francisco. He married General Vallejo's sister, moved to Sonoma, and acquired extensive land holdings.
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