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Everyday ReligionAn Archaeology of Protestant Belief and Practice in the Nineteenth Century$

Kruczek-Aaron Hadley

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813061085

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813061085.001.0001

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MCCO Madison County Clerk’s Office, Wampsville, New York

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1838 Letter to President Schmucker, 19 June. Broadside. GSP.

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1841b To J. G. Curtis, P. Armour, A. C. Stone, and G. W. Ellinwood, Esquires, Commissioners of Excise of the Town of Smithfield, 13 April. Broadside. GSP.

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1841e Temperance Revival in Peterboro, New York, 3 May. Broadside. GSP.

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1843d To the Friends of the Slave in the County of Madison, 3 November. Broadside. GSP.

1843e The Liberty Voters of the Town of Smithfield; To the Friends of the Slave in the County of Madison, 9 February. Broadside. GSP.

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1843i Report from the County of Madison, 13 November. Broadside. GSP.

1843j Letter to the People of the Town of Smithfield, 15 March. Broadside. GSP.

1843k To Professor Eaton of the Hamilton Theological Seminary, 26 October. Broadside. GSP.

1843l To Mr. _____, 24 February. Broadside. GSP.

1844a Letter to Daniel Dickey, 16 February. Manuscript. GSP.

1844b Remarks of Gerrit Smith. In History of the Erection of the Monument on the Grave of Myron Holley. Utica, New York: H. H. Curtiss.

(p.219) 1844c To the Friends of the Slave in the Town of Smithfield, 12 March. Broadside. GSP.

1845a Letter to Daniel Dickey and George Ellinwood, 21 March 1845. Manuscript. GSP.

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1845c Letter to E. C. Hyde, 15 April. Manuscript. GSP.

1845d At Albany, 10 August. Manuscript. GSP.

1845e To My Neighbors, 13 October. Handwritten notice. GSP.

1845f To My Neighbors, 18 October. Handwritten notice. GSP.

1846 To the Public, 23 February. Broadside. GSP.

1847a Gerrit Smith on Sectarianism: Abstract of the Argument, in the Public Discussion of the Question: “Are The Christians of a Given Community the Church of Such Community?” Albany, New York: S. W. Green.

1847b Letter to Charles D. Miller and Elizabeth S. Miller, 6 March. Letter copy book. GSP.

1847c Letter to Neal Eastman, 6 February. Manuscript. GSP.

1847d To the Friends of Political Reform in the County of Madison, 10 December. Broadside. GSP.

1848a Letter to Elder Charles B. Ray, 16 November. Broadside. GSP.

1848b Speech Of Gerrit Smith at the State Temperance Convention at Syracuse, January 19 and 20, 1848, on the Obligation of Civil Government to Prohibit the Traffic in Intoxicating Liquors. Albany, New York: S. W. Green.

1849a Letter to E. H. Kelty, Spring. Letter copy book. GSP.

1849b Letter to L. Bosworth, Spring. Letter copy book. GSP.

1849c Letter to Hiram Crozier, 9 August. Broadside. GSP.

1849d Those Who Have Paid Subscriptions to the Liberty Party Paper, 12 December. Manuscript. GSP.

1849e Circular, 1 May. Broadside. GSP.

1849–1850 Debtor to R. Rawling, daybook. Manuscript. GSP.

1851a The True Office of Civil Government: A Speech in the City of Troy. New York: S. W. Benedict.

1851b Address at Anti–Fugitive Slave Law Meeting, 9 January. Broadside. GSP.

1851c Letter to the Editors of the Albany Atlas, Mohawk Courier, Hamilton Reflector, and Numerous Kindred Newspapers, 12 May. Broadside. GSP.

1852a Letter from Gerrit Smith to Gov. Hunt. Frederick Douglass’ Paper 4 March. Rochester, New York.

1852b Abstract of the argument on the fugitive slave law, June. GSP. Broadside, Syracuse University Library, Syracuse.

1852c A Beautiful Letter for Boys. Broadside. GSP.

1852d Letter to Miss Pellet. Frederick Douglass’ Paper 25 October. Rochester, New York.

(p.220) 1853 Address of the Convention Held in Syracuse, Oct. 1, 1853. Broadside. GSP.

1854a Abolition of the Postal System: Speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith. Washington, D.C.: Buell and Blanchard.

1854b Government Bound to Protect from the Dramshop. Washington, D.C.: Buell and Blanchard.

1854c Speech of Gerrit Smith on War: In Congress, January 18, 1854. Washington, D.C.: Buell and Blanchard.

1854d Gerrit Smith to His Constituents. Washington, D.C.: Buell and Blanchard.

1854e To William Goodell, 1 November. Broadside. GSP.

1855a To Elizabeth C. Stanton, 1 December. Broadside. GSP.

1855b To Edward C. Delavan, Esquire, 22 August. Broadside. GSP.

1855c Controversy between New-York Tribune and Gerrit Smith. New York: John A. Gray.

1857a To E. C. Delavan, 18 May. Broadside. GSP.

1857b To the Reform Dress Association, 18 May. Broadside. GSP.

1857c Compensated Emancipation: A Speech by Gerrit Smith, in the National Compensation Convention, August. Broadside. GSP.

1858a To the Men Who Put Me in Nomination, 5 November. Broadside. GSP.

1858b To Rev. Dr. J. Marsh, 12 November. Broadside. GSP.

1858c A Discourse on Creeds and Ecclesiastical Machinery, Delivered at Peterboro; February 21, 1858 by Hon. Gerrit Smith. Boston: John P. Jewett.

1858d To the Abolitionists and Prohibitionists of the County of Madison, 16 August. Broadside. GSP.

1859 To J. Thomas, Esq., Syracuse, 27 August. Broadside. GSP.

1862 Speech Of Gerrit Smith on the Country: Delivered At The Cooper Institute. New York: Baker and Godwin.

1864 Be Natural! A Discourse by Gerrit Smith In Peterboro, November 20, 1864. New York: American News.

1865 To the President, 24 April 1865. Broadside. GSP.

1866 To Senator Sumner, 5 February. Broadside. GSP.

1867 Gerrit Smith on the Bailing of Jefferson Davis, 6 June. Broadside. GSP.

1869 Address of the National Temperance Convention, 13 September. Broadside. GSP.

1870 How Shall Christians Vote? Broadside. GSP.

1871 Letter from Gerrit Smith on Temperance: To the Thoughtful and Candid of the County of Madison, 8 March. Broadside. GSP.

1872 Criticism of New York Tribune on Gerrit Smith, 9 August. Broadside. GSP.

1873a To the Cuban Anti-Slavery Committee, 13 February. Broadside. GSP.

1873b Gerrit Smith on “The Index,” 1 May. Broadside. GSP.

1906 [1854] Gerrit Smith on Land Monopoly: With an Introduction by William Lloyd Garrison, the Younger. Chicago: Public.

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(p.221) 1836 Two American Villages: Peterboro and Auburn, the One Reformed, and the Other Unreformed. Lancashire, England: J. Livesey.

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1853 Poem, 1 May. Manuscript. GSP.

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1880 History of Chenango and Madison Counties, New York, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Syracuse, New York: D. Mason.

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1991 Toward a Feminist Historical Archaeology of the Construction of Gender. In The Archaeology of Gender: Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Conference of the Archaeological Association of the University Of Calgary, edited by Dale Waldeand N. D. Willows, 234–244. Calgary, Canada: University Of Calgary Archaeological Association.

1994 Diversity and Nineteenth-Century Domestic Reform: Relationships among Classes and Ethnic Groups. In Those of Little Note: Gender, Race, and Class in Historical Archaeology, edited by Elizabeth M. Scott, 175–208. Tucson: University Of Arizona Press.

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2002 Struggling Pasts: A Commentary. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 6(3):217–224.

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