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Levin (Lewis Charles) Letters to William David Lewis
mssHM 14062-14150  
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Description
A colelction of letters from Lewis Charles Levin, American Congressmen, to William David Lewis.
Background
Lewis Charles Levin (1808-1860) was one of the founders of the Nativist Party in 1842 which was a forerunner of the Know-Nothings. Levin was also the Representative from Pennsylvania for the Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth, and Thirty-first Congresses (1845 to 1851).
Extent
2.3 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
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