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Congregational meeting houses in Connecticut : 190 white Connecticut meeting houses and 54 brick or stone edifices : erected by Congregational Churches organized between one hundred and three hundred and eighteen years ago / 1948.

Author: Edward P Jones
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In the introduction to the volume Jones notes: "the intent of this treatise is to trace Congregationalism from little parishes in England between 1620 and 1630 to the modern church of today ..." Special emphasis is on the New England Meeting House. A brief description of 244 churches, often with an illustration of the church exterior, is included in this typewritten manuscript. A list on the back of the volume
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Named Person: Edmund W Sinnott
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edward P Jones
OCLC Number: 122573913
Notes: Cover title: Churches.
Description: 1 volume (151 pages) : illustrations ; 24 cm
Responsibility: Edward P. Jones,

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In the introduction to the volume Jones notes: "the intent of this treatise is to trace Congregationalism from little parishes in England between 1620 and 1630 to the modern church of today ..." Special emphasis is on the New England Meeting House. A brief description of 244 churches, often with an illustration of the church exterior, is included in this typewritten manuscript. A list on the back of the volume includes the name of each church, the date it was the organized, and the name of its minister.

A letter from Jones' son, Roderick Bissell Jones, dated April 12, 1960, is laid in. It was written to Edmund W. Sinnott regarding the disposal of Sinnott's copy of the book. The letter suggests that three copies of the work were in existence.

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