Farmer, teacher, law student, Union Army soldier and captain, Freedmen’s Bureau agent, plantation owner, entrepreneur, state senator, and U.S. consul were among the many positions held by Marshall Harvey Twitchell. This paper draws from an archive to illustrate some of the business dealings of a successful Vermonter in postbellum Louisiana.

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