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Another letter of A.C.V.R. to a Mr. J. I. [G?] Van Heulen, who is seeking A.C.V.R.'s advice where to settle in America. A.C.V.R. advises either Holland, Michigan, or Amelia, Virginia. Since the Van Heulens have ten children, A.C.V.R. advises him to buy a farm. A.C.V.R added: "On account of death and continual sickness in the family, I am since one and one half year in Michigan.
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Van Raalte, A. C. and Vander Werf, Seth, "Letter of A. C. V. R. to a Mr. J. I. [G?] Van Heulen" (1871). Van Raalte Papers: 1870-1879. 37.