Rogers, John (1786-1864). Papers 1777-1857
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Title: Rogers, John (1786-1864). Papers
Creator: Rogers, John (1786-1864)
Inclusive dates: 1777-1857

Extent: 1 ft. 3 in. (3 document cases, 5 in. each)
Abstract:
Business and personal papers of John Rogers, merchant, land agent, and owner of grist, carding, fulling, and sawmills in Monongalia County, West Virginia. Rogers served as a director of the Morgantown and Fishing Creek Turnpike; director for Virginia of the Morgantown Bridge Company; and he was associated with many committees responsible for the construction of Morgantown schools and public buildings. Correspondence includes letters from individuals and firms in Ohio, Maryland, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Correspondents include Captain R.L. Baker at the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States Arsenal.

Call number: A&M No.: 5
Language: The materials are in English
Repository: West Virginia & Regional History Collection