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Acquisition Information:

Part of the original donation of William M. Darlington’s family library to the University of Pittsburgh in 1918 and 1925 by his daughters, Edith Darlington Ammon and Mary Carson Darlington.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.


No copyright restrictions.

Processing Information:

This collection was processed by Matt Gorzalski in June 2008.

Custodial History:

This copy belonged to the Iroquois and was deposited with Sir William Johnson. Johnson's biographer, Mr. William L. Stone, then sold it to William Darlington.

This collection was located in the Darlington Memorial Library in the University’s Cathedral of Learning until 2007 when it was moved to the ULS Archives Service Center for processing, storage, preservation and service. However, it remains in the custodianship of the ULS Special Collections Department.


  • Pennsylvania Historical Markers. "Connecticut Settlement."Shannon, Timothy J. Indians and Colonists at the Crossroads of Empire: the Albany Congress of 1754. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2000.)Classic Encyclopedia. "Wyoming Valley."

Preferred Citation:

Iroquois Land Deed, 1754, DAR.1925.13, Darlington Collection, Special Collections Department, University of Pittsburgh