Jonathan Andrews Account Book
Identifier: SpC MS 1692-sc
This account book belonged to Scarborough, Maine blacksmith Jonathan Andrews (1746-1806). It records his daily business from 1803 to 1806, including making sleigh rails and arms, teapot handles, pitchforks, axes, nails, chains, cranes, hoes, door hinges, plows, and shoeing horses and oxen. Following his death in 1806, his son Ezekiel Andrews (b. 1784), also a blacksmith, took over the account book, which records his daily business from 1806 to 1813. Ezekiel Andrews moved from Scarborough to Kennebec in 1809, and then to Effingham in 1810.
- Andrews, Jonathan, 1746-1806 (Person)
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1 volume (33 cm)
Account book for blacksmith Jonathan Andrews of Scarborough, Maine.
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Bequest of Paul E. Taylor, M.D., Class of 1938.
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