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Antislavery movements.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Variant: Abolitionism

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Dover, N.H. First Parish Church records, 1614-1862.

Identifier: RG1319
Abstract Gathered in 1633, the First Parish Church in Dover is the oldest church in New Hampshire. Rev. Hanserd Knollys organized the First Parish Church as a religious organization in 1638. The church joined the United Church of Christ in 1961 and the name changed to First Parish Congregational Church in 1996. Records include births, marriages, deaths, dismissals, disciplinary cases, meeting minutes, financial records, and pew plans; letters by Rev. Jeremy Belknap, Rev. Hubbard Winslow, and the...
Dates: 1614-1862, 1967

Fitchburg, Mass. Calvinistic Congregational Church records, 1805-2006.

Identifier: RG5368
Abstract The Calvinistic Congregational Church of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, was formally gathered as the Calvinistic Congregational Society on June 14, 1805. The first meeting house was built in 1806, the second in 1845, and the third, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in 1897. The church joined the United Church of Christ in 1961. In 1967, the church joined with the First Methodist Church of Fitchburg to form the Faith United Parish. This collection documents the history and...
Dates: 1805-2006

Weston, Mass. First Parish Church records, 1709-1864.

Identifier: RG5342
Abstract In 1698, the area of Watertown that would later be named Weston, was set off as the "Farmers' Precinct" based around the newly established Church of Christ. The first four ministers of the church were considered progressive and by the 1830s the theology of the church was beginning to shift towards Unitarianism. In 1867 a new church covenant was adopted that established the church as a Unitarian church. The collection includes vital records, meeting minutes, a daily ministerial journal, and...
Dates: 1709-1864