Maria Hallett Tallmadge (May 3, 1808)
In 1773, Tallmadge completed his studies and became a teacher in Wethersfield, Connecticut. As the American Revolution began, Tallmadge thought seriously of joining the war. Captain Chester of Wethersfield approached Tallmadge in 1776 for a Lieutenant position in one of the six-month Connecticut regiments. He accepted and participated in his first battle, the Battle of Long Island, which resulted in an English victory. His brother William was captured and Tallmadge wrote in ...
“I do not remember whether I informed you that our black Girl Mary had gone to N. York, where I presume She may commemorate our law School in due time, by exhibiting a Mongrel Mink.”
- Chest of Drawers
- Teaspoon - ca. between 1797 and 1800
- Teaspoon - ca. between 1784 and 1800
- Teaspoon - ca. 1800 #2
- Salt Spoon
- Teaspoon - ca. 1800 #3
- Elijah Adams letter
- Lyman Beecher Papers
- Benjamin Tallmadge Collection
- Benjamin Tallmadge Letter
- Spoon - ca. 1784
- Portrait of Benjamin Tallmadge
- Portrait of Benjamin Tallmadge - 1790
- Portrait of Benjamin Tallmadge - ca. 1825
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