Fonds F 514
1 reel of microfilm (textual records)
Fonds consists of material created and/or accumulated by Donald Davidson that documents his immigration to Canada, his farm work and his work as a blacksmith. It includes account books related to business and personal financial transactions prior to, in preparation for, during, and after his trip to Canada, a diary kept by John Legge that describes daily life on a farm near St. Mary's, Ontario and correspondence consisting mainly of letters received by Donaldson in his work as a blacksmith, among other material.
Donald Davidson (fl. 1845-1853) moved from Scotland to Upper Canada in 1854, and later established himself as a Blacksmith in Perth County, Canada West.
Click on the link(s) below for more information.Davidson, Donald, fl. 1845-1853
Title based on content of fonds.
No further accruals are expected.
Accession Number: 4991.
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