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East Hoosuck Preparative Meeting Records

 Collection
Identifier: QM-NY-E335

Scope and Contents

Records of East Hoosuck Preparative Meeting, 1783-1799. Includes: Men's minutes, 1789 and 1795-1798, and women's minutes, 1783-99.

Dates

  • 1783-1799

Creator

Language of Materials

These records are entirely in English

Limitations on Accessing the Collection

Where available, access is through microfilm.

Copyright and Rights Information

Information on reproduction policies available in the library.

Biographical / Historical

East Hoosuck Preparative Meeting was probably founded in 1774 as a part of Nine Partners Monthly Meeting. It was set off to Saratoga (later called Easton) Monthly Meeting on its establishment in 1778. In 1783 it became a part of East Hoosuck Monthly Meeting -- the pre-Separation name of the monthly meeting which became East Hoosack.

Extent

0.04 Linear Feet (2 volumes (plus one item))

Overview

Records of East Hoosuck Preparative Meeting, 1783-1799. Includes: Men's minutes, 1789 and 1795-1798, and women's minutes, 1783-99.

Arrangement

Divided into series: Minutes (men's): 1.1 1789, 1.2 1795-1798; Women's minutes: 2.1 1783-1799.

Custodial History

Transferred from Haviland Records Room by NYYM in 1997.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Deposit, 1997.

General

Part of v.1.2 found in Mayfield Preparative Meeting women's minutes.

v.1.2 missing 7mo-9mo 1798.
Title
RECORDS OF EAST HOOSUCK PREPARATIVE MEETING
Subtitle
An Inventory of Its Records at the Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
Author
Inventory prepared by: FHL Staff
Date
2007
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
English

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