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Record No: mha00000108
Title: Nathan Smith DeMill fonds
Dates: Microfilmed [196?] (originally created 1833-1851)
Location: Mic.5-3-5-1 MHA
Provenance: DeMill, Nathan Smith, 1804-1864
Extent: 1 microfilm reel
Source of Supplied Title: Title is based on the creator of the fonds
Restrictions: No restrictions
Adm. Hist/Bio. Sketch: Nathan DeMill (1804-1864) was a Loyalist and a prosperous merchant, shipowner, and lumberman in Saint John, New Brunswick. He was active on the board of governors of Acadia College. Having left the Church of England, he became a Baptist and was a man of strong principles who abstained from alcohol. He was nick-named "cold-water DeMill."
Scope and Content: Fonds consists of two microfilmed letter books dating 1833-47 and 1847-51, which contain correspondence from Nathan Smith DeMill to various businesses. The letter books provide information about accounts, orders, cargo, sailing dates and voyage destinations
Reproduction Note: Microfilmed from the original documents held at the New Brunswick Museum.
Terms Governing Use: Copyright held by the New Brunswick Museum.
Associated Material: New Brunswick Museum N. Smith DeMill Letterbooks, 1833-1857.
Finding Aid on the Web:http://www.mun.ca/mha/holdings/findingaids/maritime.php#DeMill
Subject: Shipowners New Brunswick.
Subject: Shipping New Brunswick.
Subject: Saint John (New Brunswick) Shipping.
Subject: Letterbooks.


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