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General his- Scisco, L, D. Rural militia of the New Netherland. (see American Religious historical register, Nov. 1895, 3: 335-39)

973 Am31 Vail, H: H. Some records of the French and Indian war. (see New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1895, 26:73–79)

929.1 9N421 Includes ninster roll of Capt. Thomas Terry's company of Long Island troops, 1759.

Religious history
For particular churches, see name of the place under Local colonial history.
Baird, C: W. Churches in the province of New York in the year 1700.

(see Magazine of American history, Oct. 1879, 3: 625) 973 M27
Disosway, G. P. The earliest churches of New York and its vicinity.
416p.
N. Y. 1865.

277.471 D63 Earl, Robert. Religion in the colony of New York; address before

the Herkimer county historical society, Dec. 14, 1897. up. n.p. 1897?

277.47 Ea7 Also in Herkimer county historical society. Papers 1897. p.131-41, 974.761 H42. Holland society of New York. Transcript of church records in possession of the society. (see its Year book. 1898. p.206-9)

974.7 H71 Hopkins, A. G. Early protestant missions among the Iroquois. (see Oneida historical society. Transactions. 1885-86. P.5-28)

974.762 On2 Papers relating principally to the conversion and civilization of the six

nations of Indians, interspersed with letters on other subjects of public interest. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51. 4:289-504. 974.7 N424

1850–51. 4: 187-312. 974.7 qN423 Papers relating to the state of religion in the province, 1657–1712.

(see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the
state of New York) 1849-51. 3:101-30. 974.7 N424

1850-51.
3: 67–84.

974.7 9N423 Sprague, W: B. Annals of the American pulpit; or, Commemorative

notices of American clergymen of various denominations from the
early settlement of the country to the close of 1855; with historical
introductions.

9v.
N. Y. 1857-69.

922 Sp7 For contents see Boston athenaeum. Catalogue. p. 2839.

Stiles, Ezra. Brief view of the state of religious liberty in the colony General his

tory of New York read before the reverend general convention of the Episcopal

church delegates from the consociated churches of Connecticut and the synod of New York and Philadelphia, met at Stanford, September 1, 1773. (see Massachusetts historical society. Collections. 1814. ser, 2, 1: 140-57)

974.4 M38 Including Account of the dissenting interest in the middle states, A. D. 1759 in letter from Elihu Spencer to Dr. Stiles.

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Catholic
For Father Jogues, see Dutch colony 1626–64; Description, p.327.
Courcy de Laroche-Héron, Henry de. The catholic church in the

United States, a sketch of its ecclesiastical history; translated and
enlarged by J: G. Shea,

594p.
N. Y. 1856.

282.73 C83
Colonial church in New York, p. 314-44.
Mullany, J: F. Pioneer church of the state of New York with other
essays. 140p. Syracuse 1897

282.747 M91 Murray, J:0. Popular history of the catholic church in the United States. Ed 3. 619p. N. Y. 1876.

282.73 M96 Father Isaac Jogues, p.111-18. Colonial church, New York, p.150-54.

Hon. Thomas Dongan, 1st catholic governor of New York, p. 155–58. O'Gorman, Thomas. History of the Roman catholic church in the United States. 515P. N. Y. 1895. (American church history)

282.73 Og6
Colonial church in New York, p.230-31, 243–44.
Shea, J: G. History of the catholic church within the limits of the

United States from the first attempted colonization to the present
time. 40.
N. Y. 1886-92.

282.73 qSh3 Colouial church in New York, 1:87-99, 356-58, 396–400, 433.

Episcopal
Anderson, J. S. M. History of the church of England in the colonies

and foreign dependencies of the British empire. 3v. Lond.
1845-56.

283 An21
Ed.2.

3V.
Lond. 1856.

283 An2
Church in New York, 2 : 436-40; 3: 286–336, 460–73.
DeCosta, B:F. Centennial of the diocese of New York: and, Church

and state during the colonial period. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Centennial history of the protestant episcopal church in the diocese of New York. 1886.

p.46–103)

283-747 W69

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church

392p. N. Y.

General his. Establishment of the church of England in New York. (see Historical Episcopal magazine, May, 1861, 5:153-55)

973

H62 Humphreys, David. Historical account of the incorporated Society

for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts. 356p. Lond. 1730.

266.3 H88 Includes accounts of the missionary work in the colony of New York and of the negro riots in New York city. Inglis, Charles. State of the Anglo-American church in 1776. (see

N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51.

3: 1047-66. 974:7 N424 1850-51.

3: 635-46. 974.7 qN423 Keith and Talbot. (see Protestant episcopal historical society.

Collections. 1851. 1: pref. 1-43, p.1-86) 283.73 P94
Includes Journal of travels by George Keith.

The letters of these agents of the Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts furnish a very full account of the general religious aspect

of the colonies.
McConnell, S: D. History of the American episcopal church from the

planting of the colonies to the end of the civil war.
1890.

283.73 M13
Church in colonial New York, p.59–68, 93-95, 191-94.
Perry, W: S. History of the American episcopal church, 1587-1883.
Bost. 1885

283.73 P42
Beginnings of the church in New York, 1: 148-74; Mission of Keith and
Talbot, 1: 206-22.
Protestant episcopal historical society. Collections. 1851. V.I.

283.73 P94 State of the protestart episcopal church in New York and Long Island in letter from Dr Bray about 1740, p.99–106.

List of persons licensed by the bishops of London, to Albany and New
York city, 1745–84, p.107, 116.

List of parishes in 1724, p.125.
Tiffany, C: C. History of the protestant episcopal church in the

United States of America. 593p. N. Y. 1895. (American church
history)

283.73 T44 Colonial church in New York, p.162–89. Wilson, J. G. ed. Centennial history of the protestant episcopal church in the diocese of New York, 1785-1885.

283.747 W69 Parish histories, p.201–365.

2 V.

454p. N. Y.

1886.

Huguenot See Classes of settlers, p. 383.

General history

Presbyterian Lutheran

church Jacobs, H; E. History of the evangelical Lutheran church in the United States 539p. N. Y. 1893, (American church history)

284.17 J15 Lutherans of New Netherlands, p. 46–61.

Dutch churches from Falckner to Muhlenberg, p. 118-32.
Lintner, G. A. Early history of the Lutheran church in the state of

New York, discourse delivered before, the Hartwick synod in the
Lutheran church of Richmondville, N. Y. Sep. 21, 1867. 24p.
Alb. 1867.

Providence pub. lib.
Schaeffer, C: W. Early history of the Lutheran church in America

from the settlement of the Swedes on the Delaware to the middle
of the 18th century.

143P.
Phil. 1857.

284.173 Schi
Dutch, p.61-69.
Wolf, E. J. Lutherans in America; a story of struggle, progress,

influence and marvelous growth. 544p. N. Y. 1890. 284.17 W83 Dutch, p. 107–32.

Moravian

Kapp, Friedrich. Die herrnhuter in Schekomeko. (see his Geschichte

der Deutschen im staate New York. 1869. p.200–29) 325.243 K14 Moravians in New York including names of persons in New York and

on Long and Staten Islands attached to the brethren's church in
1744. (see Moravian historical society. Transactions. 1876.
1:419-26)

284.6 M791 Papers relating to Quakers and Moravians. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51. 3:997-1030. 974.7 N424
1850–51. 3: 603-24.

974.7 qN423

Presbyterian
Alexander, S. D. Presbytery of New York, 1738 to 1888. 198p.
N. Y. n.d.

L. I. hist. soc.
Baird, C: W. Civil status of the presbyterians in the province of New
York. (see Magazine of American history, Oct. 1879, 3 : 593-628)

973 M27 Briggs, C: A: American presbyterianism; its origin and early history. 373+142p. N. Y. 1885.

285.1 B76

Puritan church

General his- Hodge, Charles. Constitutional history of the presbyterian church in

the United States of America, pt 1-2. Phil. 1839-41. 285.173 H66

Contents : pt 1, 1705-41, pt 2, 1741-88.
Macoubrey, A. R. Relation of presbyterianism to the revolutionary

sentiment in the province of New York, an address delivered before
the Westchester county historical society, Oct. 28, 1890. 46p.
n.p.1891.

Griffin, p.1047.
Presbyterian church in the U. S.-General assembly. Records.
548p.
Phil. 1841.

285.1 P922
Contents : Presbytery of Philadelphia, 1706-16, p. 7–44.
Synod of Philadelphia , 1717–58, p.45-231.

New York, 1745-58, p.232–84.

New York and Philadelphia, 1758–88, p.285-548.
Thompson, R. E. History of the presbyterian churches in the United
States.
424p.
N. Y. 1895. (American church history)

285.17 T37 Webster, Richard. History of the presbyterian church in America

from its origin until the year 1760; with biographical sketches of its
early ministers. 720p.
Phil, 1857

285.17 W39

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Puritan
Briggs, C: A: Puritanism in New York, its origin and growth till the

middle of the 18th century. (see Magazine of American history,
Jan. 1885, 13:39-58)

973 M27

Quaker
Bowden, James. History of the society of friends in America.

Lond. 1850-54.

Sabiv, 2: 363.
Bowne, John. Persecution of an early friend or quaker, copied from

his journal by Henry Onderdonk. (see American historical record,
Jan. 1872, 1:4-8)

973 qAm3 First settlement of the society of friends in New York (sce Historical magazine, June 1862, 6: 193-94)

973

H62 Keith, George. Journal of travels from New Hampshire to Caratuck

on the continent of North America. 92p. Lond. 1706. 289.67 K26

Keith spent some time in the vicinity of New York and preached against the quakers.

(see Protestant episcopal historical society. Collections. 1851. 1:1-54)

283.73 P94

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