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Catherine Haines commonplace book

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-975-03-017

Scope and Content note

This collection is comprised of the single volume commonplace book of Catherine Haines. The volume includes extracts on the art of writing, poetry, extracts of speeches, extracts on child rearing and education, Indians, a memorandum for Susanna James, extracts from William Hunt's illness, and a memorandum of Hannah Shoemaker.

Dates

  • 1775-1777

Creator

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to research use.

Use Restrictions

Standard Federal Copyright Law Applies (U.S. Title 17).

Biographical note

Catherine Haines (1758-1798) was born in October of 1758 in Frederick County, Virginia. She married John S. Mullin on March 25, 1776, in Burlington, N.J. Mullen was not a Quaker, and Haines was disowned for marrying outside the Society of Friends. The couple had at least one child who survived to adulthood, Isaac Mullen (b. 1777). In 1790, Haines was reinstated by her Evesham Monthly Meeting in N.J. and she got a certificate of removal to Crooked Creek Monthly Meeting in Virginia. Catherine Haines died on May 25, 1798 in Frederick County Virginia.

Extent

0.1 Linear Feet (1 volume)

Language

English

Acquisition

The Catherine Haines commonplace book was donated to Special Collections, Haverford College, in 1957 by Mrs. Samuel Emlen.

Related Materials

MC.975.03.018 Deborah Haines commonplace book

Processing Information

Processed by Kara Flynn; completed August 2015.
Title
Catherine Haines commonplace book, 1775-1777
Author
Kara Flynn
Date
August 2015
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English

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