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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS

Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis

Chouteau Collections

Fur Trade Papers

Stephen Hempstead Diaries

William Carr Lane Papers

J. B. C. Lucas Collection

Mullanphy Papers

Papin Family Papers

Peugnet Family Papers

St. Louis Court House Papers

Sibley Papers

Soulard Papers

Vallé Papers

Wills Collection

Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan

Henry Berthelet Papers

Campau Family Papers

Campau, Barnabas Papers

Campau, Daniel J. Papers

Campau, Joseph Papers

Campau, Louis P. Papers

Charles Moran Papers

John R. Williams Papers

William Woodbridge Papers

Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis

Vigo Papers

Indiana State Library, Indiana Division, Indianapolis

Lasselle Papers

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul

Henry Hastings Sibley Papers

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana

Favrot Family Papers

Grima Family Papers

New Orleans Municipal Papers

Grand Rapids History and Special Collections Center, Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Louis Moran Account Journal, 1796-1819

Campau Family Collection

Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Wade Biography of Michel B. Menard Collection (MS 189)

Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Springfield, Illinois

Pierre Menard Collection

Milwaukee County Historical Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Solomon Juneau Papers

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