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At a Glance
Twenty-four sermons preached at Saratoga, N.Y. and Connecticut Farms, N.J. ca. 1789-1801; letters; and memorabilia.
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Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary
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The collection is unrestricted to readers. Certain materials, however, are in a fragile condition, and this may necessitate restriction in handling and copying.
Item description, UTS1: Samuel Smith Papers, 1772-1817, series #, box #, and folder #, The Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University in the City of New York.
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Sermons, letters, memorabilia Cataloged Lynn A. Grove 07/13/88.
History / Biographical Note
Biographical / Historical
Samuel Smith (1768-1801); A.B., Columbia College, 1786; licensed October 1789, ordained, January 1790; served as minister at Dutch Reform church in Saratoga, N.Y. (January-June 1800); and the Presbyterian church in Connecticut Farms, N.J. (October 1800-October 1801); he died suddenly in October 1801 and was buried in the cemetery of the Connecticut Farms church. He married Elizabeth Van Vechten (1770-1840) in 1790.