Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The Matthew Marine Collection contains various account books which date from 1822-1870. The bulk of the material falls between the period of 1830 to 1854. The collection is made up of account books, ledgers, and day books. This material focuses on the merchant and banking aspect of Matthew Marine's career, but only casual mention is made of two schooners he built.
This collection contains the papers of Benjamin Oden, a tobacco merchant and landowner of Upper Marlborough, Prince George's County, Maryland. Earliest materials show the conditions of Anglo-American trade, and subsequent items concern land sales and acquisitions; tobacco sales and cultivation; slaves and slave management; banking; and family matters.
This collection contains photocopies of the diaries written by Sidney George Fisher (1809-1871) of his life at Mount Harmon, a plantation located in Cecil County, Maryland. Some of the topics Fisher wrote about in his diaries include agriculture, slavery, the South, and his social life.