|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Fielding, Elizabeth, b. approximately 1822.|
|Title:||Elizabeth Fielding letter|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Aside from Elizabeth Fielding's statement that she was nine years old at the time she wrote this letter, little is known of her. The stepmother she mentions was identified by the donor as a daughter of Jeremiah Brown of Hartford, Connecticut, who was state treasurer from 1835-1838. There were two Salems in Georgia at the time this letter was written, one in Clarke County and the other in Baldwin County. There is nothing to indicate from which Salem, Georgia the letter was written.
Elizabeth Fielding, writing to her grandmother, reports news of her family and school; she mentions her step-mother and says she wants to prepare to teach. She also states that she is nine years old. The letter is written from Salem, Georgia; the grandmother's location is unidentified.
[item identification], Elizabeth Fielding letter, MS 922, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Constance P. Brown, 1965.
Collection is open for research.
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|Elizabeth Fielding letter from Salem, Georgia to her grandmother, 1831|
|Regarding news of her family and school; she mentions her step-mother and says she wants to prepare to teach. She also states that she is nine years old.|