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-- Manuscript Group 911, Isaac Young (fl. 1807), Butcher Daybook, October-November, 1807

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Manuscript Group 911, Isaac Young (fl. 1807), Butcher Daybook, October-November, 1807, 0.1 linear feet / 1 volume

Call Number: MG 911


Records kept from October to November, 1807 by this Irvington butcher.


Biographical Note:

Isaac Young was a butcher in Irvington, New Jersey in 1807.


Provenance Note:

The source of this collection is unknown.


Scope and Content Note:

This collection consists of a daybook kept by Isaac Young from October 1807 until November 28, 1807.  The entries are chronological and include the customerís name, the product bought, and the price paid.  Young primarily sold beef, hide and mutton to such men as Benjamin Blake, Captain John Baldwin, Jeffrey Baldwin, David Brant, Jonathan Wilson and Steven Crane.


Processed by James Lewis, January 2001 as part of the "Farm to City" project funded by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

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