3 edition of Minutes of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association, held at West-Stockbridge ... June, 1812 found in the catalog.
Minutes of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association, held at West-Stockbridge ... June, 1812
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 24739|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Get this from a library. Minutes of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association, held at West-Stockbridge June, together with their circular and corresponding. Minutes of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association, held at West-Stockbridge. June at West-Stockbridge Held at West-Stockbridge.
June, together with their circular and corresponding letter Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Minutes of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association. Minutes of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association, held at West-Stockbridge, the first and second of June, together with their circular and corresponding letters.
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June school-house on the Batavia turnpike, some five miles north of our residence, and over the mountain by a winding path, the writer might have been seen, with wife and babe about thirteen months old, wending his way up the side of a steep mountain, on a beautiful Sabbath Author: John Mason Peck, Rufus Babcock.
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Home; Topics. VIEW ALL TOPICS. Comments. Transcription. Indices to Mormon Parallels. The Stockbridge Militia was a Native American military unit from Stockbridge, Massachusetts which served in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary Massachusetts militia unit was composed mostly of Mahican, Wappinger, and Munsee from the Stockbridge area.
While most northeastern tribes, such as Joseph Brant's Mohawks, aligned themselves with the Branch: John Nixon's Brigade, 8th. His interest in New England history comes from teaching Massachusetts history and being a native Bostonian. He has been executive secretary of the New England Historical Association and the Northeast Popular Culture/American Culture Association, and is an editor of the Journal of Popular Culture.
William the eldest, born about the yearwent from Ashford to Shaftsbury, Vt., where he married and resided several years and was a magistrate.* Septemhe Ward family. Page 47 EDWARD OWEN-JOSHUA WOODWARD, 47 bought of Reuben Ellis one hundred and ten acres of land on Otter Creek in the town of Pittsford.
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