|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||McLean, Andrew, d. 1784.|
|Title:||Andrew McLean ledger|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 volume)|
Andrew McLean was a merchant and Indian trader. McLean lived in Augusta, Georgia, and his trading interests spread throughout Georgia and included Pensacola, Florida and other areas of west Florida. He expressed loyalty to both the Patriots and to the Tories during the Revolutionary War. McLean is mentioned in documents throughout the Colonial Records of the State of Georgia and The Revolutionary Records of the State of Georgia. In addition to being a merchant, McLean was on the Commission of the Peace as Magistrate for St. Paul's Parish in Georgia, now Richmond County. Andrew McLean died on August 21, 1784 in Augusta, Georgia.
This ledger contains the business transactions of Andrew McLean. The spine of the book indicates that this is "Ledger A." Each page contains debits and credits for individual and business accounts handled by McLean. A list of every business and individual included is provided in the ledger. Most entries are between 1774 and 1783, with a few entries post-dating McLean's death.
[item identification], Andrew McLean ledger, MS 1561, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Purchased from Historic Augusta, 1996.
Collection is open for research.
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