#FarmingtonNH Historical Society Donation- Henry Wilson Emmanuel University Research

Javier F. Marion, Ph.D.Associate Professor of History contacted the Farmington Historical Society about donating a forty-nine page manuscript about Henry Wilson's life.

The following description is paraphrased from Javier F. Marion, Ph.D:

Jordan Coulombe  Ph.D had originally written this piece for the Natick Historical Society. They had asked Professor Javier Marion Ph.D. and Jordan Coulombe  Ph.D to assist them in putting together a booklet-length piece on Wilson.  Jordan Coulombe was an aspiring graduate student at Emmanuel College at the time and he obliged. He wrote an informative essay titled, "A Cobbler in Congress" that was aimed at a lay (public history) audience. Professor Marion helped him edit the piece. Unfortunately, the manuscript was never utilized in any form. 

A digital copy will reside in the Museum of Farmington History archives. It is now available to read in the online museum here. We are very thankful for the donation and the information it holds.

Kyle Leach, Curator
Farmington Historical Society
Museum of Farmington History

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