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Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry hazard-ebenezer
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
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Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817. Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
Hazard, Ebenezer 1744-1817 Author; born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 15, 1744; son of Samuel Hazard; was the first postmastergeneral under the Confederation (1782-89), and left the place when the new government was organized under the national Constitution. He graduated at Princeton in 1762. Mr. Hazard published Historical collections, in 2 volumes, in 1792-94; also, Remarks on a report concerning Western Indians. He died in Philadelphia, June 13, 1817.
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