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Samuel Bunker Collection
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Mss 871 1802-1828 B942
Volume 1

Samuel Bunker was a blacksmith in Huntington, Vermont, in the early nineteenth century.

His ledger includes the accounts of Widow Mary Farr. Between 1808 and 1818, she was debited for numerous sets of horseshoes and a spindle. She was credited for cheese, honey, vinegar, hops, a pig, calfskin, and tea.

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