Catalog Record: Moravian journals relating to central New York, 1745-66 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Moravian journals relating to central New York, 1745-66. Arranged and ed. by Wm. M. Beauchamp, S. T. D., for the Onondaga Historical Association, 1916.

Main Author: Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925.
Related Names: Clark, John S. 1823-1912., Jordan, John W. 1840-1921., Senseman, Gottlob 1745-1800., Frey, Henry. , Rundt, Charles Gottfried 1713-1764., Mack, John Martin 1715-1784., Zeisberger, David 1721-1808., Cammerhoff, John Christopher Frederick 1721-1751., Spangenberg, August Gottlieb 1704-1792.
Language(s): English
Published: Syracuse, N. Y., The Dehler press [1916]
Subjects: Moravians > Missions.
Iroquois Indians > Missions.
Moravians > New York (State)
Note: Includes notes by J. W. Jordan, W.M. Beauchamp and J. S. Clark.
Physical Description: 242 p., 1 l. 25 cm.
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