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Joseph Sherman Papers 1826-1849

 



Addresses, essays, and lecture notes, 1823-1834, n.d.
0.75 linear feet.
Catalog Number: M164.1

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Series Description:
Contains notes and papers kept by Sherman while he was a student at Bowdoin College and the Andover Theological Seminary, including papers read in front of the Theological Society and the Peucinian Society and a volume of Sherman's notes from Professor Stuart's biblical lectures at the Seminary in 1833. Also consists of addresses and essays by Sherman on both religious and secular subjects, such as the advantages of a liberal arts education, temperance, piety, and weakening the foundations of government. Most undated materials are indisgintuishable in terms of where and when they were written.
Arrangement:Arranged chronologically, then alphabetically by title.
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Sermons, n.d.
0.25 linear feet.
Catalog Number: M164.2

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Contains sermons given by Reverend Sherman while a professor at Jackson College in Columbia, Tennessee. Many of the sermons are bound in twovolumes.
Arrangement:Arranged by sermon number.
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Biographical information
1.5 linear feet.
Catalog Number: M164.3

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Contains biographical information on Joseph Sherman. Includes a biographical sketch, a photograph, a certificate from the American Bible Society, and newspaper clippings, the bulk of which are obituaries.
Arrangement:Arranged alphabetically by material type.
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