|Creator:||Barlow, Aaron, fl. 1803|
|Title:||Aaron Barlow letters to Daniel Barlow|
The collection consists of letters Aaron Barlow wrote to his brother Daniel Barlow. He wrote of Savannah that it is "tolerable in this season... disagreeable in summer" when a great many Yankees go northward. He comments that it is very seldom to see a white man carry anything; they pay an African American to carry everything.
Arranged in chronological order.
Aaron Barlow letters. MS 3446. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.