|Statement||Pub. by the Georgia Historical Society|
|Series||Collections of the Georgia historical society. vol. vi|
|LC Classifications||F281 .G35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245, vii p.|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||07020520|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. The letters of Hon. James Habersham, Pages: The letters of Hon. James Habersham, The letters of Hon. Habersham, By James Habersham. Abstract "The edition is limited to five hundred volumes, sixty-six of which are consecutively numbered for the exclusive Author: James Habersham. Folders contain photocopies of the carbon copy of letters published in volume 6 of the Collections of the Georgia Historical Society: The Letters of Hon. James Habersham, (). The carbons from which these photocopies were made were typescripts of letters from the above transcripts and from letters .
James Habersham was an early American success story. After arriving in Savannah in , he failed in his efforts to wrest a living from the Georgia wilderness and lived his first year at public expense. Then, by dint of his own efforts and through the connections he forged, Habersham . Three letters at the end of letter book 2 were written by John Habersham on behalf of his father. Many of James Habersham's letters in this collection were transcribed and published in the Colonial Records of the State of Georgia and Collections of the Georgia Historical Society: The Letters of Hon. James Habersham, 9 The Letters of Hon. James Habersham, , Georgia Historical Society, Collections, VI (Savannah, ), (hereinafter cited as Habersham Letters); Habersham to Knox, Novem , ibid., EVANGELICAL DEFENSE OF SLAVERY 23 Habersham . Many of James Habersham's letters in this collection were transcribed and published in the Colonial Records of the State of Georgia and Collections of the Georgia Historical Society: The Letters of Hon. James Habersham,
James Habersham wrote most of the letters for the Committee, which have been published in The Letters of Hon. James Habersham, ? Though the letter book ends in January, 1, the Committee of Correspondence was active until the Revolution. The latter part of the manuscript is a journal of proceedings as well as a letter book. 1 Bluff Plantation Book , South Carolina Historical Society, Charleston, penmanship exercises, unpaginated. James Habersham may have bid his son give The Letters of Hon. James Habersham, Habersham County Minutes (abstracts) Indexes to Probate Records. Index to Habersham County Inventories, Appraisements, Sales, Index to Habersham County Annual Returns, Vouchers, Marriages. Habersham . This paper documents the history of the introduction of the soybean (Glycine max), a domesticate of China, to North America. Henry Yonge, the Surveyor-General of Georgia, planted soybeans on his .