Zelona Eaton journal 1843-1925 (bulk 1843-1844)
Zelona Eaton journal
Eaton, Zelona, b. 1797
166 pages (1 journal) and 2 letters
The Zelona Eaton journal is the diary of a Baptist minister from Troy, Ohio, who was active in the local anti-slavery and temperance movements. The volume is composed of a diary, in which Eaton discussed his ministerial duties and local issues concerning abolition, temperance, fornication, and sodomy (1843-1844); 3 pages of accounts for house-building materials (1843-1844); 9 philosophical essays with an introduction (undated); and 2 letters addressed to Lottie Churchill of Washington, Vermont (1823).
The material is in English
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