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Highlights : Religion : Ministers

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Cover "A Sermon Preach'd at the Funeral of the Reverend Mr. John Williams"
Jun 12, 1729
This typically lengthy sermon by the Reverend Isaac Chauncey repeatedly praised the Reverend John Williams' personal piety and sterling ministerial qualities despite personal tragedy and affliction.
document Letter to John Williams
May 6, 1705
This letter of 1705 was written by the Rev. Cotton Mather of Boston to the Rev. John Williams of Deerfield while Williams was in the midst of his captivity by the French in Canada.
front Reverend Stephen Williams (1693-1782)
c. 1755
This portrait of the Reverend Stephen Williams (1693-1782) reveals his profession and his status.
front Shoes of William Dorrell (1752-1846)
c. 1800
These canvas and wooden shoes belonging to William Dorrell reflect his religious beliefs.
Title page "The Redeemed Captive Returning to Zion"
This is the fifth edition of the book first published by the Rev. John Williams of Deerfield after his capture by French and Indians in the raid on that town in 1704.
Title page "Deerfield Collection of Sacred Music"
c. 1814
The Reverend Samuel Willard (1776-1859) of Deerfield, Massachusetts, compiled this collection of sacred music, published in 1814.
front Reverend Samuel Willard (1776-1859)
Controversy erupted when the First Church of Deerfield, Massachusetts, ordained the Reverend Samuel Willard, a Unitarian, as their minister.
Title page "The Life of Dwight L. Moody"
Dwight Moody (1837-1899) was an internationally famous evangelist who had been born in Northfield, Massachusetts. After reaching fame and fortune, he returned home to found the Northfield and Mt. Herman schools.


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