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We will be posting links to key books over the next several months. Check back on our progress. You can resize the window when the link opens.

Old Redstone; or, Historical sketches of western Presbyterianism, its early ministers, its perilous times, and its first records. Smith, Joseph, 1796-1858. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & co., 1854. Courtesy of Making of America Books, Univ. of Mich. Library

Presbyterianism on the Frontiers. Tuttle, Joseph F. Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review, July, 1877. Courtesy of The Library of Congress.

Celebration of the Centennial of the Second Presbyterian Church, Lexington, KY. Newark: Baker Publishing Co., 1915. Courtesy of the Kentuckiana Digital Library.

History of the Presbyterian Church in the State of Kentucky. Davidson, Robert. Lexington: C. Marshall, 1847. Courtesy of Google Books.

History of the Presbyterian Church, In the State of Illinois. Norton, A. T. St. Louis: W. S. Bryan, 1879. Courtesy of Google Books.

Contributions to The Early History of the Presbyterian Church in Indiana. Edson, Hanford A. Cincinnati: Winona Publishing Co. 1898. Courtesy of Google Books.

Presbyterianiam North of the Ohio, from 1790 to 1822 . Monfort, Rev. Joseph Glass. Cincinnati: Elm Street Printing Co., 1872. Courtesy of Google Books.

History of the churches and ministers connected with the Presbyterian and Congregational convention of Wisconsin.
Clary, Dexter. Beloit: Prited by B. E. Hale, 1861. Courtesy of Making of America Books, Univ. of Mich. Library




Other Regions
               Mid-Atlantic States
               Southeast States

Church Photographs:

The Presbyterian Heritage Center at Montreat is willing to review the following for possible inclusion in its permanent archival collection (after January 2008):

  • Photographs
  • Artifacts
  • Manuscripts, letters, documents not required to be deposited with the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia or at a Presbyterian Seminary, such as Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA.
  • Reference & research books
  • Maps
  • Montreat brochures and other paper ephemera.

We are specializing in the history of Montreat and Presbyterianism both in the U.S. and through American missionaries around the world.

A more detailed Collection Guideline will be issued in late November 2007.

If you have a question or have something you wish to consider donating or leanding to the Presbyterian heritage Center at Montreat, please contact us (click to email) before sending anything. Thank you.


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