Whitney family letters  1839-1843
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Donation Recipients

  • 1822: United Foreign Missionary Society, for the civilization and Christianization of Native Americans
  • 1823: Theological Seminary at Princeton, for the education of poor students
  • 1824: Foreign Mission School at Cornwall, Connecticut, for students' education and care
  • 1825: United States Domestic Missionary Society
  • 1826: American Tract Society, for Robert W. Condit's life membership
  • 1827: American Sunday School Union, for Robert W. Condit's life membership
  • 1828: Sunday schools of Montgomery, New York
  • 1829: "A. H. M. S.," for Robert W. Condit's directorship
  • 1830: Reverend Harvey Lyon, for Sunday schools, tract distribution, and education
  • 1831: Board of Education, Synod of New York, for William Blain's life membership
  • 1832: American Tract Society, for William Blain's life membership
  • 1833: Western Foreign Missionary Society
  • 1834: Western Foreign Missionary Society, for the support of Mr. Wilson
  • 1836: Seamen's Friends Society, for William Blain's life membership
  • 1837: Mr. Wilson and American Tract Society
  • 1838: Mr. Wilson and American Tract Society
  • 1840: Mr. Wilson
  • 1841: Mr. Wilson
Related Materials

This item arrived with three additional items related to Montgomery, New York (otherwise apparently unrelated):

The Clements Library has a collection of Pennsylvania Seamen's Friend Society papers.

Bibliography

Condit, Jotham M. and Eben Condit. Genealogical Record of the Condit Family, Descendants of John Cunditt a Native of Great Britain, Who Settled in Newark, N. J., 1678 to 1885. Newark: Ward & Tichenor, 1885.

Dickson, James Milligan. The Goodwill Memorial; or, The First One Hundred and Fifty Years of the Goodwill Presbyterian Church, Montgomery, Orange Co., N. Y. Newburgh (N.Y.): E. M. Ruttenber, 1880.