James Adam Eisenhaur fonds

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James Adam Eisenhaur fonds

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  • 1894 (Creation)
    Eisenhaur, James Adam, 1862-1926

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2 pages of textual records

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James Eisenhaur was a Lunenburg County fisherman apparently born at Mahone Bay in 1862. A resident of Oakland, Nova Scotia, he died in 1926.

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The records were donated by Ruth Pegler of Victoria, BC in 2004.

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Fonds consists of a single sheet (2 pages) relating to financial matters, specifically a loan to Eisenhaur for $300.00 and a claim against him for “bad making of the fish” of the schooner D. Crenan (Captain Lewis Strum).

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