2 edition of American Tract Society, at Boston, and The American Tract Society, at New York found in the catalog.
American Tract Society, at Boston, and The American Tract Society, at New York
American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)
At head of title: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Supreme Judicial Court, in chancery.
|Other titles||Testimony of the American Tract Society, at Boston, American Tract Society vs. Alexander Dewitt, adm"r, etc.|
|Contributions||Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court.|
|LC Classifications||KF228.A65 A44 1862|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||97184309|
Religious Tract Society (Great Britain): Modern ideas of evolution as related to revelation and science / (London: The Religious Tract Society ; New York: Fleming H. Revell, ), also by John William Dawson and Book Traces Project (page images at HathiTrust). From the Constitution of the American Tract Society (cited in A Brief History of the American Tract Society, Boston: Press or T.R. Martin, ), a society was formed: “the object of which shall be to promote the interests of vital godliness and good morals, by the distribution of such Books and Tracts as may be calculated to receive the.
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In the American Tract Society printed several textbooks, including The Freedman's Spelling-Book, for use by addition to teaching literacy, the spelling book illustrated words "in connection with important practical subjects; as occupations, domestic life, civil institutions, morals, education, and natural science" with the intent of providing "practical information. The American Temperance Society, founded in , directed its efforts to redeeming habitual drunkards, not the occasional social drinker. false The American Tract Society, the American Bible Society, and other groups flooded these areas with copies of the gospel and pamphlets promoting religious virtue.
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Dating American Tract Society Publications Through from External Evidences: A Series of Tables by S.J. Wolfe, cataloger, American Antiquarian Society The New England Religious Tract Society (also known as the New England Tract Society) was organized and incorporated in June The name was changed by an act of the Massachusetts legislature in June to.
The American Tract Society, formed at New York, The New York Religious Tract Society, located in the commercial emporium, and with men of enterprise and liberality among its managers, in the year was contemplating the speedy organization of a National or General Society, with impressions favorable to its location in that city.
American Tract Society: Letters to the members, patrons and friends of the branch American Tract Society in Boston: institutedand to those of the National Society in New York, instituted / (Boston: Crocker and Brewster, ), also by Seth Bliss and Mass.) American Tract Society (Boston (page images at HathiTrust).
A Letter to the Congregational Association of New York, reviewing the report of their committee on “The relation of the American Tract Society to the subject of slavery” (Boston and New York, ), 1. 18; cf.
Goodrich, Chauncey A., A Letter to the Secretaries of the American Tract Society (New Haven, ), 15 – Cited by: 3. Harry: The Boy That Did Not Own Himself - A wood engraving that addressed the power of literacy in an antislavery children’s book published by the Boston wing of the American Tract Society (ATS).The Boston members split in over the New York ATS leadership’s reluctance.
A brief history of the American Tract Society, instituted at Boston, and its relations to the American Tract Society at New York, instituted by American Tract Society () The two tract societies and the three Hartford judges by Hartford (Conn.) City Tract Society (). 1 v. (various pagings): 23 cm.
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Get this from a library. Letters to the members, patrons and friends of the branch American Tract Society in Boston: institutedand to those of the National Society in New York, instituted [Seth Bliss; American Tract Society.; American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)].
The American Tract Society (Boston) began formation as the New England Tract Society which began in in Boston. Inthe named was changed to American Tract Society. Inthe New York Religious Tract Society (formed in ) met with the American Tract Society of Boston and adopted a plan to form a new American Tract Society.
Also included is the American Tract Society Bible Dictionary; It holds entries on topics related to The Bible and is for general use in the study of its scriptures.
It can be classified as a required reference book for any good study library, first published in by William Rand. American Tract Society has books on Goodreads with 41 ratings.
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The American Tract Society was founded in from the merger of the New-York Religious Tract Society and the Boston-based American Tract Society (formerly, the New England Religious Tract Society).
The chart shows that the ATS quickly ramped up. The American Peace Society is a pacifist group founded upon the initiative of William Ladd, in New York City, May 8, It was formed by the merging of many state and local societies, from New York, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, of which the oldest, the New York Peace Society, dated from Ladd was an advocate of a "Congress and High Court of Nations.".
The annual meeting of the American Tract Society took place yesterday morning at living Hall. The business meeting took place at 9 A.M., and was attended by a large proportion of the members. Hon. The American Tract Society (Boston) began formation as the New England Tract Society which began in in Boston.
Inthe named was changed to American Tract Society. Inthe New York Religious Tract Society (formed in ) met with the American Tract Society of Boston and adopted a plan to form a new American Tract : American Tract Society, Rev. Samuel Kilpin.It is stamped twice with the name J.H. Koonce On the next page, the first of printed text, it reads, HYMNS, Religious and Patriotic, for the Soldier and the Sailor, Published by the AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, 28 Cornhill, Boston The next page addresses itself to Soldiers and Sailors of the Loyal States, concluding with New York City, July 4, New York: Oxford University Press, “Mount Holyoke Missionaries and Non-western Women: The Motivations and Consequences of Nineteenth-century American Missionary Philanthropy.” In Philanthropy in the World’s Traditions, edited by Warren Frederick Ilchman, Stanley Nider Katz, and Edward L .