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Title: Kellogg, Achsah and P. H. Letters, 1844, 1846
Collection identifier: 035
Extent: 2.0 items
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In these letters of Oct. 9-11, 1844, and Jan. 11, 1846, Achsah and P. H. Kellogg of Tremont, Ill. both write to her parents, Gen. Francis Fisk and Mrs. Fisk of Schenectady, N.Y.Â They touch on many subjects, including the fever and ague, crop prices, Achsah's loss of teeth, and the school of 50-60 pupils kept by P. H. Kellogg.