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Deed for Selling a Tract of Land in Early Vermont (104492)

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Deed for Selling a Tract of Land in Early Vermont  (104492)
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From Henry Smith to Otis Leland. Describes as, "...being in Baltimore...on the south side of Luke Harris land on the right of Levi Webster...." Captain John Coffeen, the town's first permanent settler, brought his family and possessions into the wilderness of Cavendish in June 1769. They built a dwelling in the northern part of town on what is now E. I. Heald's farm, on the lot still called the "Coffeen pasture". The Coffeens remained the only family in Cavendish for two years. Baltimore currently is home to 244 people. THe Smith family built a store near Captain Coffin's place.

Provenance:
Country (if not USA):
State: Vermont
City/County: Cavendish
Date: 1822