|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Harmon, Abram, approximately 1793-1858.|
|Title:||Abram Harmon account book|
|Extent:||0.1 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Abram Harmon, a native of South Carolina, was Deputy Superintendent of the Watch, City of Savannah, 1823-1828, and Superintendent of the Watch, 1830-1836. He was Superintendent of Streets and Lanes for a part of this period and City Marshall from 1837 until 1843. He also sold, bought, and slaughtered cattle.
This collection consists of an account book of cattle bought, sold, and slaughtered by Abram Harmon. It also includes account with the estate of John Shick, 1835-1837; accounts for silk worm culture, 1840; receipts for house rents, 1842; garden work and planting, with notes on the weather, 1849-1851; list of his liabilities, 1849; personal accounts, etc.
[Item identification], Abram Harmon account book, MS 366, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Chatham County Superior Court and Clerk, 1951.
Collection is open for research.
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