An overview in text and pictures of Northampton's history.(FL, UM, SC, HN) Aaron, Daniel, and Harold Faulkner, eds. The Hampshire History: Celebrating 300 Years of Hampshire County, Massachusetts. A series of 21 town histories which appeared serially in the Hampshire Gazette. Meadow City Milestones: A Collection of Historical Sketches. Thirty-six vignettes of Northampton history originally written for the Daily Hampshire Gazette.(FL, HN) O'Connell, James C., ed.
Fifteen essays on various aspects of Northampton history.(FL, SC, UM) Hampshire Co., Mass., Tercentenary Editorial Committe, comp. A collection of poetry and prose from three centuries of writing on the Connecticut River Valley. Leeds: A Village Within The City of Northampton, Massachusetts.
The history of Roman Catholicism in Northampton begins in 1834 with the celebration of the first mass and culminates in the building of St. Appendix lists early pastors, curates and parishioners.(FL, HN) Lawton, Edward M., Jr. Summarizes chronologically the ministries of the nineteen pastors over a 150-year span. At his early death in 1669, he left a badly splintered community.
Increase Mather's haughty brother was the first minister of Northampton.
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A Place Called Paradise: Culture and Community in Northampton, Massachusetts, 1654-2004.
Accordingly, you should confirm the accuracy and completeness of all posted information before making any decision related to any data presented on this site. "Preparing the Way for Stoddard: Eleazer Mather's 'Serious Exhortation' to Northampton." New England Quarterly 57(1984):240-249. "Jonathan Edwards's Letter of Invitation to George Whitefield." William and Mary Quarterly 3d ser. Stoddard's fame as a revivalist spread through New England. Appendices include the Stoddard family tree, lists of the Northampton oligarchy 1661-1726, and a useful biographical glossary.(UM) Gura, Philip F. 1739/40 inviting Whitefield to preach at Northampton, hoping he would stop the decline of piety in Edwards's congregation. Jonathan Edwards, Religious Tradition and American Culture. Lists the 22 culprits, witnesses and one adult named by Edwards. Edwards tried to make his congregation a prototype for his social vision of a post-millenial "beautiful world." (UM) Winslow, Ola E. Notes, a good bibliography up to 1941 and an index. Manitou and Providence: Indians, Europeans, and the Making of New England, 1500-1643. Home Advisor does not review or verify the information or representations set forth in those profiles, as they are self-reported by the Service Professional.Disclaimer: We DO NOT check license status for facilities and DO NOT ensure each property is classified as an "assisted living" facility. Of particular interest is the account of the Free Congregational Society of Florence and its famed Cosmian Hall.(FL, UM, HN) Wilbur, Ruth E. Despite what has been commonly believed, there was little difference between the views of Stoddard and his grandson on the issue of communion to all, whether predestined or not. "Solomon Stoddard's Open Communion: A Reexamination." New England Quarterly 43(1970):97-114. Jonathan Edwards, A Life Yale University Press, 2003. Mary of the Assumption Church, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1866-1966. The Sesquicentennial History of the Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence, 1825-1975. Well-researched study backed by notes and bibliography. Bid Us God Speed: The History of the Edwards Church of Northampton, Massachusetts, 1833-1983. Part of the problem lay in his overly severe criticism of what he preceived as the elders' moral failure and his refusal to allow a more liberal admission policy. Stoddard's Way': Church and Sacraments in Northampton." American Quarterly 24(1972):243-253. With over 15 years of experience under our belt, we are your first choice in excellent customer satisfaction.We are locally owned and operated, and our professionals are always prompt, clean, and friendly every step of the way. Home Advisor allows Service Professionals to post information about themselves and their business on their profile. Indexed, but without notes or bibliography.(UM, SC, FL, HN) Betty Allen Chapter, D. The Look of Paradise: A Pictorial History of Northampton, Massachusetts, 1654-1954. The Northampton Book: Chapters from 300 Years in the Life of a New England Town, 1654-1954. A collection of 46 articles widely used as a source book. The chapter on Northampton appears on pp.158-186, but this volume is of principal interest for its histories of neighboring towns.