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Cambridge, Mass. Pilgrim Congregational Church of Cambridgeport records, 1863-1992.

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Identifier: RG2350
Abstract Stearns Chapel was erected in 1863 and was located on Harvard Street, near Windsor; it was designed primarily as a Mission Sabbath School and operated for a number of years by the First and Second Congregational, Baptist and Methodist churches. The name was changed to Pilgrim Congregational Church of Cambridgeport in 1871. The collection includes church records, financial records, ministers’ records, membership records, auxiliary group records, historical information, orders of service and...

Cleaveland Family papers, 1742-1858.

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Identifier: MS5355
Overview John Cleaveland (1722-1799) was an early leader in the "separatist" Christian movement. His career can be traced to a conflict with the administration of Yale College, at which he was a student. Refusing to repent for attending a separatist congregation, he was expelled from the college in 1745. Subsequently he served as a separatist minister in Boston and at the Chebacco Church in Ipswich. He also served as a military chaplain in the French and Indian War and the American Revolution....

Davida Foy Crabtree papers, 1952-2016.

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Identifier: MS5324
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of personal writing; professional writing; academic work; sermons; correspondence; calendars; articles and newsletters pertaining to career, related groups, and current events; feminist advocacy, activism, and continuing education; committees within the United Church of Christ; records generated while working for the Prudence Crandall Center for Women, the UCC Connecticut and Southern California Conferences, and Colchester Federated Church in Connecticut.

Dean Walker's collection on Mount Desert, Maine church records, 1792-1905.

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Identifier: MS5136
Overview Dean Augustus Walker was born in 1860 in Turkey. He attended Yale and the University of Chicago and was married to Mary Ladd Smith in 1896. He was ordained as a Congregational minister in 1901 and served the Mt. Desert Congregational Church of Tremont for three years. His later career focused on teaching various religious and language courses for a number of institutions, including the Syrian Protestant College in Beruit. Walker died in Auburndale, Massachusetts in 1914. This collection is one...

Dorchester, Boston, Mass. Second Church records, 1770-1991.

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Identifier: RG0069
Overview The Second Church in Dorchester was first organized on January 1, 1808 by 64 members of First Church. The first official pastor for the newly formed Second Church was Dr. John Codman. Codman was a member of an influential family and graduated from Harvard. His pastorate continues to be the longest for the church and during this time was regularly visited by Daniel Webster and (on occasion) John Adams. The last pastor of Second Church in Dorchester was Reverend Donald P. Brickley. He facilitated...

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Pilgrim Memorial Church (Pittsfield, Mass.) 2
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 1
American Home Missionary Society 1
Andover Newton Theological School 1
Beard, Ruben A., 1851-1941 1
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Beckwith, Kenneth D., 1896- 1
Burr, Jonathan 1
Burton, Asa 1
Cambridge (Mass.) 1
Cleaveland, John, 1722-1799 1
Codman, John, 1782-1847 1
Congregational Church (Oswego, N.Y.) 1
Coolidge, J. W. 1
Dane Street Congregational Church (Beverly, Mass.) 1
Davis, Kingsbury 1
Dorchester Central Congregational Church (Dorchester, Boston, Mass.) 1
First Church in Deerfield (Deerfield, Mass.) 1
First Congregational Church (Fargo, N.D.) 1
First Congregational Church (Rushville, N.Y.) 1
Fowler, Henry 1
Freman, James 1
Gregg, James E., Reverend (James Edgar) 1
Harvard Congregational Church (Dorchester, Boston, Mass.) 1
Homer, Jonathan 1
Jewett, Paul 1
Kincaid family 1
Kincaid, Martha Chapman 1
Kincaid, William 1
Kingsbury, J. D. (John Dennison), 1831- 1
Leavitt, George R. 1
Lee, Gerald Stanley 1
Lee, Jennette 1
Lee, Samuel H. 1
Little, Arthur, Rev. 1
Mandell, William Andrew. 1
Martyn, Sanford Smith 1
Mellot, Edward F. 1
Minister's Club (Boston, Mass.) 1
Mt. Desert Congregational Church (Southwest Harbor, Me.) 1
Munger, Theodore Thornton 1
Niijima, Jō 1
Noyes, John Humphrey 1
Pierce, Jason Noble, 1880-1948 1
Pilgrim Congregational Church of Cambridgeport (Cambridge, Mass.) 1
Pope, Charles Henry 1
Pratt, Horace. 1
Quint, Alonzo H. (Alonzo Hall), 1828-1896 1
Richards, Andrew, Rev. 1
Saint-Pe, Jean Baptiste de 1
Second Church (Dorchester, Boston, Mass.) 1
Second Congregational Church (Oberlin, Ohio) 1
Southwest Harbor Congregational Church (Southwest Harbor Me.) 1
Stearns Chapel (Cambridge, Mass.) 1
Stetson, Seth 1
Tomlinson, J. Logen. 1
Tremont Congregational Church (Tremont, Me.) 1
Tyler, Bennet 1
United Church of Christ. Massachusetts Conference 1
Walker, Dean Augustus 1
Williams College. (Williamstown, Mass.) 1
World Council of Churches. 1
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