Jacob Hasbrouck 1765 Handwritten Journal~ Ciphering Book W/ Stamp Act Watermark For Sale
JACOB HASBROUCK 1765 Handwritten Journal ~ ledger ~ ciphering ~ genealogy book with WATERMARK
Book is a very old bound volume by Jacob Hasbrouck who is a desendant of Abraham Hasbrouck, a French Huguenot immigrant and thefounder of New Paltz, Ulster County, NY
Writing in the book starts from the year 1765, additional dates are:
1796, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1838, 1842, 1847, 1843, 1846 dates are scattered thoughout the book.
Flowers were pressed between pages of the book as can be seen in several of the pictures.
I have left all the flowers in the book figuring they hadsignificant meaning to them.
"Nassau Hall Jan. 16th 1767" is written in the book.
Jacob Hasbrouck had, from research, attended Princeton,
and was at Nassau Hall during this time period.
Family names listed / writtenin back of Book:
Jane E Hasbrouck
Elizabeth J Hasbrouck
The ledger portion of the book is from their merchantile,
contains lists of items put on account from local citizens within their community.
Names, dates, and years are given.
Book measures:approximately6 1/2 x8 1/2"
There are a few loose pages, and some pages were torn out.
The paper is a ribbed texture with an image watermarkedin the center.
Hand written on original 1765 paper with the 1765 Stamp Act Watermark.
In March of 1765 the Stamp Act was passed and wasto be enacted on November 1st, 1765.
The Stamp Act had required that all colonists purchase watermarked or "stamped"
taxed paper for use in newspapers and legal documents for which the levy was placed.
This was the first internal tax ever imposed on the colonies by Parliament
and had aroused great opposition by the colonists.
The pages in Jacob Hasbrouck'sbook with the watermark
areidenticalto thisimageI was able to obtain from the internet.
Each and every page is a piece of history!
This book is a piece of history and agreat find,
and would make a great addition to any collection!
Book has been stored in a smoke and animal free home sense obtaining it.
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