Address of Gen. Jacob Morris, president of the Otsego County Agricultural Society
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Address of Gen. Jacob Morris, president of the Otsego County Agricultural Society delivered before said association established for the promotion of agriculture and manufactures, at Cooperstown, Oct. 14, 1817 : together with the address of Elkanah Watson, Esq., previous to declaring the premiums reported

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Published by Printed by H. and E. Phinney in Cooperstown [N.Y.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Agriculture -- New York (State) -- Otsego County

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Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41491
ContributionsWatson, Elkanah, 1758-1842, Otsego County Agricultural Society (N.Y.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15082375M

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) 79, GENERAL HISTORY 27 AoKICULTURAL SOCIETIES. The Otsego county Agricultural Society holds a fair an- nually at Cooperstown. Fairs are also held annually by local societies at Morris, Oneonta, Richfield Springs and Schenevus. Patrons of Husbandhy. This organization has fifteen local societies or granges in Otsego county. The Otsego county Agricultural Society holds a fair an- nually at Cooperstown. Fairs are also held annually by local societies at Morris, Oneonta, Richfield Springs and Schenevus. Patrons of Husbandry. This organization has fifteen local societies or granges in Otsego county. Its objects are educational, financial and social. James Fenimore Cooper Society. Materials for Scholars, Students, and Readers for Pleasure. Whitepages is the authority in people search, established in With comprehensive contact information, including cell phone numbers, for over million people nationwide, and SmartCheck, the fast, comprehensive background check compiled from criminal and other records from all 50 states.

George P. Keese was the president of the Second National Bank of Cooperstown and took an active interest in the Otsego Agricultural Society (of which he was vice-president) Christ Church, and the Orphan House of the Holy Savior. The History of Otsego, NY Morris Firsts. By Holice and Debbie. built by General Jacob Morris for his sons, John C., for a law-office; but John not taking a fancy to living there it was used as a dwelling-house, but at this time occupied by Ebenezer Dewey. At one time he was president of the New York State agricultural society, and. Col. Samuel Clyde, also one of the heroes of the battle of Oriskany and of the border wars of the Revolution. He was the first sheriff of Otsego county. Rev. Dr. Eliphalet Nott, president for sixty years of Union College, Schenectady, whose first pastorate was at Cherry Valley. Constitution and by-laws of the Albany County Agricultural Society; together with the address of the president, and the reports of the committees, at the first anniversary meeting of the society, October 13, ; and also, the names of the officers of the Society, and of the ordinary and honorary members.