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Fri Mar 21 17:13:51 2014 UTClccn-nr20020248430.00Truckhouse books,0.741.00Letter from John Allan to Massachusetts Council (dated Machias, Sept. 10, 1779)68866657John_Allan_(colonel)nr20020248435804011Allan, John, 1746-1805lccn-n90626686Allan, George Hayward1832-1886lccn-sh85003650Allan familylccn-n85818981Kidder, Frederic1804-1885lccn-n88144111United StatesBoard of Treasurync-massachusetts$superintendent of indians in the eastern departmentMassachusettsSuperintendent of Indians in the Eastern Departmentlccn-n88670049Sprague, John Francislccn-n2006162269Smith, Stephen1739-1806np-allen, john$1746 1805Allen, John1746-1805nc-massachusetts$truckhouse and commissary machias meMassachusettsTruckhouse and Commissary (Machias, Me.)lccn-no2013074892Wabnaki Bilingual Education ProgramAllan, John1746-1805HistoryPersonal narrativesSourcesMilitary historyAllan, John,Allen familyMaineNew BrunswickUnited StatesEmployees--Salaries, etcAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Nova ScotiaRevolutionPenobscot Expedition (1779)Maine--MachiasIndians of North AmericaMassachusettsPolitical scienceSoldiersPassamaquoddy IndiansUnited States.--Continental ArmyMilitary suppliesMaine--Washington CountyCanadaFisheriesHotelsSpeeches, addresses, etcIndians of North America--WarsTrading postsAccount booksMaine--CherryfieldIndians of North America--Government relationsBars (Drinking establishments)FreemasonsTaverns (Inns)Davis, Jefferson,174618051867188118941896190919171971197419751981198419881995199920096082573973.38E263.M2207ocn237127342book18670.79Kidder, FredericMilitary operations in eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the revolutionHistoryPersonal narratives61ocn043209835art18941.00Allan, JohnLetter from John Allan to Massachusetts Council (dated Machias, Sept. 10, 1779)History51ocn043210012art18961.00Allan, JohnLetter of John Allan to Massachusetts Council, from archives, vol. 153, page 362History21ocn011557273book19741.00Tokec, katop, qenoq sipkiw = For now, but not for long.History11ocn079456110mixMassachusettsAccounts with the Board of WarHistoryMilitary historySources11ocn019055562mixAllan, JohnLedgerPages from his ledger, accounting charges for various sundry goods and supplies11ocn079456095mixMassachusettsCorrespondence relating to Indian and military affairs at MachiasHistorySources11ocn070978506mix1.00Allan, JohnJohn Allan military documentsHistoryMilitary historyTranscriptions of letters and documents of Col. John Allan relating to military operations in eastern Maine (specifically Machias; then Massachusetts) and Nova Scotia, (specifically New Brunswick) during the American Revolution11ocn018676806mixLovell, SolomonPapersHistoryPersonal narrativesPapers of Solomon Lovell relate to his command of the American land forces during the Penobscot (Maine) Expedition of the Revolutionary War (1779). The collection contains a volume of correspondence with Lovell regarding the troops and reinforcements, Indian forces, orders, provisions, reports on the status of the campaign to oust the British from Penobscot, and its aftermath following its failure. Also, a letterbook containing copies of official letters to Lovell and drafts from him, a journal and an orderly book of the 74th and 82nd British regiments kept by [William?] Lawrence at Castine (Me.), and a document on the "State of facts respecting the Penobscot Expedition" by William Todd. Correspondents include John Allan, Dudley Saltonstall, Jeremiah Powell, John Avery, and Samuel W. Cobb11ocn079456106mixMassachusettsCommissary booksHistoryMilitary historySources11ocn682896130mix1.00Stillman, GeorgeGeorge Stillman papersHistoryStillman's papers include his diary (1775-1776), which records incidents following the capture of the British sloop Margaretta; a service certificate signed by Major General Charles Lee; letters and orders from Colonel and Indian agent John Allan; commissions signed by John Hancock, Jeremiah Powell, T. Cushing, Samuel Adams, and Moses Gill respectively for Stillman's rank in the militia from Major to Brigadier General; and a certificate signed by Paul Revere and other officers of St. Andrew's Lodge, Boston, certifying that George Stillman is a Master Mason (1788)11ocn062994108book18810.10Allan, JohnProposals for attack on Nova ScotiaHistory11ocn047236186mixAllan, JohnJohn Allan papersHistoryCollection also includes photostats and transcripts of letters written by Allan to the Continental Congress, 1777-85, related to Indian affairs in the Eastern District. The photostats and transcripts were compiled for research by Robert E. Moody in 193311ocn079456103mixMassachusettsTruckhouse booksHistorySources30628ocn001348333book18670.79Kidder, FredericMilitary operations in eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the revolutionHistoryPersonal narratives1736ocn062838680com17850.79United StatesBoard of Treasury, June 6, 1785. the Board of Treasury to whom was referred the petition of John Allan, Esquire, late superintendant of Indian affairs for the Eastern Department, reportClaims6710ocn003404650book18670.47Allan, George HaywardMemoir of Colonel John Allen, an officer of the revolution, born in Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, Jan. 3, 1746. Died in Lubec, Maine, February 7, 1805. With a genealogyHistoryBiographyGenealogyWilliam Allan (ca.1720-ca.1790) and his family immigrated from Scotland to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1749. His son, John Allan (1746-1805), married Pary Patton in 1767, immigrated to Machias, Maine in 1776, moving later to Lubec, Maine. Descendants and relatives lived in Nova Scotia, New England, Michigan and elsewhere71ocn011577031book0.92Sprague, John FrancisColonel John Allan; a Maine revolutionary patriot appointed in 1777 by the General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony, to command the Eastern Indians51ocn172982572book20090.47Kidder, FredericMilitary operations eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the revolutionHistory+-+655386390511ocn671373965book19171.00Washington County scrapbookScrapbooksNewspaper clippings from the Lewiston Journal and elsewhere, some written by "Wiwurna."11ocn048471465art1999Allan, John11ocn027088777book0.47Chaffey, Harold LelandNew Brunswick and Nova Scotia - our two lost states : American military activity in Nova Scotia, 1775-1777History11ocn137231385art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamAllan, John11ocn027055193book19750.47Day, Clarence AlbertColonel John AllanHistory11ocn035010250bookAllan, William RColonel Allan's service in the war of the Revolution and his rewardHistorySources11ocn071767384book0.47Stewart, Alice RDraft manuscript for the Dictionary of Canadian biographyHistoryBiography+-+6553863905Fri Mar 21 15:14:12 EDT 2014batch13911