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245 00 Diaries of Catharine Dean Flint from the Flint Family
260 Alexandria, Va. :|bAlexander Street Press,|c2011.
300 1 online resource (963 p.)
500 Online collection includes 963 images of documents.
500 Title from HTML t.p. (viewed March 25, 2011).
506 Access restricted to subscribers.
520 Catharine Dean Flint (1802-1869) was the daughter of
merchant Aaron Dean (1765-1829) and Phyla Walker Dean (?-
1849) of Charlestown, New Hampshire. Her older sister,
Sally Walker Dean Hubbard (1795-1876) was the wife of New
Hampshire governor Henry Hubbard (1784-1857). Her younger
sister, Rebekah Scott Dean Salisbury (1812-1843), was the
first wife of Stephen Salisbury II (1798-1884) and mother
of Stephen Salisbury III (1835-1905). In 1828, Catharine
Dean married lawyer Waldo Flint (1794-1879), son of Austin
Flint (1760-1850) and Elizabeth Henshaw Flint (1764-1827)
of Leicester, Massachusetts. Waldo Flint graduated from
Harvard College in 1814, commenced practice in Boston in
1818, and removed to Leicester in the year of his
marriage. He was a state representative in 1830 and 1833,
and a state senator in 1835 and 1836. He then held the
office of bank commissioner for one year. Afterward, he
accepted a position with the Eagle Bank in Boston,
eventually becoming president of the bank. This
collection consists of eight diaries of Catharine Dean
Flint covering the years 1858-1868 and concerning personal,
family, and social matters.
544 |nOriginal copies held by the|aAmerican Antiquarian
Society,|b185 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA|cUSA.
600 10 Flint, Catharine Dean,|d1802-1869|vDiaries.
700 1 Flint, Catharine Dean,|d1802-1869.
710 2 American Antiquarian Society.
830 0 Manuscript Women's Letters and Diaries from the American
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