||Materials entirely in
||The Rowell family papers, spanning the years 1846 to 1894 (bulk dates 1849 - 1853), preserves the letters exchanged by a Quaker
family of Loudon, New Hampshire, recording their responses to significant social and political issues of the period leading
up to the national crisis over slavery and states' rights.
|Immediate Source of Acquisition:
||Gift of the Moyerman family circa 1970-1972
||Processed by Emily Holloway, November 2005. Encoded by Caitlin Farthing, April 2013. Finding aid prepared using Describing Archives: A Content Standard