• Creator
  • Bell, Emily Palmer Sconce Ebey ?-1863
  • Created Date
  • 1857
  • Description
  • Emily P. Sconce Ebey, second wife to early settler and civic leader, Isaac N. Ebey, writes to her brother-in-law, Winfield S. Ebey regarding her travels away from Whidbey Island. She mentions meeting with friends including George Corliss, his wife and Mrs. Giddings. She also asks Winfield to give her mare to Mr. Barrington as he has paid her fifty dollars to sell it and keep the extra money. She briefly states that she has heard a mail steamsh... more
    Emily P. Sconce Ebey, second wife to early settler and civic leader, Isaac N. Ebey, writes to her brother-in-law, Winfield S. Ebey regarding her travels away from Whidbey Island. She mentions meeting with friends including George Corliss, his wife and Mrs. Giddings. She also asks Winfield to give her mare to Mr. Barrington as he has paid her fifty dollars to sell it and keep the extra money. She briefly states that she has heard a mail steamship will soon run between San Francisco and Port Townsend, beginning in October. less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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