OK, this may not be a complete answer,but the Hiawatha name (for firearms) was owned by a firm called Gamble Skogmo, but the guns were acually made by Savage arms.I think its the same as a Savage model 30,but I could be corrected by anyone who has more info to share on this. According to the cross-reference list at proofhouse.com, the first answer is correct.
This Shotgun was manufactured by the Mossberg Company.
Manufactured by Davenport. firstname.lastname@example.org
Wesley Richard was an expensive shotgun. "A Richard" is likely an inexpensive shotgun manufactured by the Crescent City company sold with an expensive sounding name.
The Sears Ted Williams 200 is a Winchester 1200.
Hunter Arms Company, Fulton, New York
The 12 Gauge Single Shot Shotgun Model 336882 from the Volunteer Arms Company was probably manufactured by the Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Company that operated in Louisville, Kentucky. Iver Johnson Company and H & R, are two other gun manufacturers that made this type of shotgun.
The Ithaca brand shotgun was manufactured in New York. I don't know if this is the one you were looking for.
Would need to know the other markings as well.
No published serial number data.
The Jana 10 Gauge Shotgun was manufactured in Belgium. It was imported into the United States by Jana International Company Importers of Sporting Arms. They are located in Denver, Colorado.
The Hiawatha Model 130 is a variation of the Stevens Model 30 and was manufactured from 1933 to 1934. It is worth $100 to $200 depending on the overall condition
Your shotgun was manufactured in 1923, by Ithica Guns which took over the Lefever brand when they acquired the corporation in 1916.
Your Winchester shotgun was manufactured in 1914.
while most guages are worth 100$ or so the .410 is worth 150$
Your shotgun was manufactured in 1947.
The Ted Williams 200 shotgun was manufactured by Winchester and was the same gun as their Model 1200.
Sometime between 1920 and 1948.