Guide to the Society of the Cincinnati Letter, June 17,
Collection number: MS 82
About Society of the Cincinnati
The Society of the Cincinnati was founded in 1783 by George Washington, Baron von
Steuben, Henry Knox, and other officers of the United States Army. It was a
patriotic and charitable “society of friends,” which had a branch in each of the
original thirteen states.
About the Society of the Cincinnati Letter
Circular sent out by the Secretary General of the Society of the Cincinnati,
presenting the president of the New Hampshire branch of the society with a copy of
the group’s proceedings.
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Society of the Cincinnati Letter, June 17, 1787, MS 82, Milne Special Collections
and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Source unknown, date unknown (Accession number: 072)