These letters relate principally to provincial business and comment on the Indians of Pennsylvania, the French and Indian War, a survey of the Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary, and the Stamp Act. Correspondents include James Burd, Jeremiah Dixon, Joseph Galloway, Humphry Marshall, Charles Mason, Edward Shippen of Lancaster, and Edward Shippen, Jr.
African American | Burd, James, 1726-1793 | Colonial Politics | Dixon, Jeremiah | Family Correspondence | Galloway, Joseph, 1731-1803 | General Correspondence | Great Britain. -- Stamp Act (1765) | Indians of North America | Letterbooks. | Maps and Surveys | Marshall, Humphry, 1722-1801 | Mason, Charles, 1728-1786 | Mason-Dixon Line. | Pennsylvania -- Politics and government -- To 1775. | Pennsylvania History | Political Correspondence | Shippen family | Shippen, Edward, circa 1703-1781 | Shippen, Joseph, 1732-1810 | Social Life and Custom | Surveying and Maps | United States -- History -- French and Indian War, 1755-1763.