Series 005 - Harriet (Hattie) Baker

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Harriet (Hattie) Baker

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CA ETRC P169-005

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  • 1879-1886 (Creation)

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0,03 m of textual records.

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Born in 1859 to William Stevens Baker and Harriet Eliza Clapp Baker, Harriet Baker was the sister of Malcolm Clapp Baker. Harriet appears in the 1881 Canadian Census for Missisquoi County, Quebec. At the time she was about 21 years old and residing in the household of her father, William Baker.

In the 1911 Canadian Census, a "Hariett Baker" is listed as residing in Missisiquoi County in the subdistrict of Dunham, Quebec. This is, in all likelihood, Malcolm's sister. Harriet was, at the time, listed as being single, her position in the household in which she resided was that of "daughter", and her birth date of May 1859 was also indicated.

The most prolific correspondent in this fond, Harriet died in 1943.

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The file contains primary source information on the family life and day-to-day activities of Harriet (Hattie) Baker from Dunham, Quebec from 1879 to 1886. It consists of correspondence from Harriet to her brother, Malcolm Clapp Baker.

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