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Chipman family

Description
The fonds consists records for the descendants of Handley Chipman, a Planter who arrived from New England in the mid-18th century and settled in an area of Kings County, Nova Scotia, now known as Chipman’s Corner. A separate series has been created for each member of the family that has records within the fonds. A partial genealogical chart, indicating the family relationships, is included as an appendix to the finding aid.
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Chipman family

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Dates: unspecified decade in 17XX to 1984
Collection: Chipman family, Archival Catalogue
Description: Finding aid for the Chipman family fonds.
Type: finding aid

A Sketch

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Dates: 1855
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Essay by Alice T. Shaw.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/3

Cheerfulness

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Dates: 1852
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Essay by Alice T. Shaw.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/3

Composition Writing

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Dates: 1860
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Essay by Alice T. Shaw.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/3

Copy letter from Sir Charles Tupper

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Dates: 1881
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Concerning the Postmaster in Kentville and a Senate appointment, dated 3 December 1881.
Accession Number: 1900.148-CHI/1

Copy letter to Sir Charles Tupper

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Dates: 1879
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Concerning a Senate appointment, dated 18 November 1879.
Accession Number: 1900.148-CHI/1

Correspondence

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Dates: 1837
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter addressed to "My dear Father", signed by Isaac Chipman with envelope addressed to Rev. William Chipman and states "Sept. 17th, 1837 soon / after arrival at Water / ville + reference to / his entering College".
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: 1845
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter from Isaac Chipman concerning College matters.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: 1842
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter addressed to John Ferguson from Isaac Chipman at Acadia College concerning a paper to be published by Chipman.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: unspecified decade in 18XX
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Note addressed to "Dear Sir", initialed with instructions for Chipman's notes and papers to be saved until the writer returns. Reverse includes "Mr. Ferguson" and "Isaac Chipman letters."
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: unspecified decade in 18XX
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter addressed to "Messors Editors". In different handwriting "by I Chipman / Letter to Editor / C.M.S. / remarks in / Reference / to Denominational / Interests"
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: 1848
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter, presumably to Dr. Parker from Isaac Chipman, concerning a donation to the collection from Mr. Bryson in Edinburgh, and letter from Alexander Bryson of Edinburgh to Dr. Parker of Halifax concerning a box of minerals received from Professor Chipman. Discusses exchanges of collections.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: 1849
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter from Isaac Chipman reporting on the N.S. Baptist Education Society.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: 1838
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter addressed to Isaac Chipman (1838). Concerns the N.S. Baptist Education Society meeting, acknowledges that Chipman is continuing his studies at Waterville, and offering Chipman a position at Horton Academy when he has completed his studies
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12

Correspondence

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Dates: 1852
Collection: Chipman family
Description: Letter from Isaac Chipman to his father a few weeks before the accident causing his death, concerning Church matters in Billtown.
Accession Number: 1923.001-CHI/12