Free Will Baptists (1780?-1911)
- Existence: 1780 - 1911
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Five manuscripts of Shastras, sacred Hindu texts, inscribed on palm leaves which were collected by Benjamin Burleigh Smith, a Free Will Baptist missionary who lived in India during the mid 19th century.
Dates: ca. 1853-1862
Abstract Family letters, photographs, genealogical information and other material related to the Freewill Baptist minister Moses H. Tarbox and his descendents, including Grace (Tarbox) Whitman, Bates class of 1900.
Dates: ca. 1850s-1967
Abstract Thomas Angell served as language professor at Bates College from 1869-1902. Shortly after arriving at Bates, Angell was granted a leave of absence for one year which he spent in France and Germany, devoting himself to the study of language and literature. The collection contains his diaries from January 1, 1859-July 24, 1870 in which he writes about: life as a student at Brown University; enlisting in the Rhode Island militia as aide de camp for General Tourtellotte during the Civil War; the...