Reed, Julius Alexander papers, 1825-1909.

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Reed, Julius Alexander, 1809-1890. Reed, Julius Alexander papers, 1825-1909.

Reed, Julius Alexander papers, 1825-1909.

Correspondence; journals; record books for the First Congregational Church of Washington, Iowa, 1855-1878 and the Iowa Association of the Congregational Church, 1878-1882; sermons, speeches and writings by Reed on Congregationalism and the American Home Missionary Society in Iowa (including histories of the churches in Denmark, Dubuque, Ottumwa, and Davenport; listings and other data on Congregational ministers and churches in Iowa; information on Joseph Smith and the Mormons; biographical and genealogical material, including clippings on Rev. Samuel Francis Smith, father-in-law to Reed's daughter Mary and the author of the lyrics to "America."

1.25 linear ft. (3 archives boxes)

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Smith, Joseph, jr., 1805-1844

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Congregational Association of Iowa

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Reed, Julius Alexander, 1809-1890.

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Reverend Julius A. Reed was a pioneer Congregational minister in Iowa and superintendent of the state's American Home Missionary Society, 1848-1869. He preached the first Congregational sermon in Keokuk in 1837, was minister in Faifield, 1840-1845, then moved to Davenport to serve the Edwards Congregational Church and oversee the AHMS. Reed was a supporter of the Christian academy at Denmark, Iowa and a founder, trustee, and professor at Iowa College (later Grinnell College) when it was in Daven...

American Home Missionary Society

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The American Home Missionary Society was formed in 1826 by the Congregational and other Protestant churches to financially assist congregations until they could be self-sufficient. From the description of American Home Missionary Society records, 1825-1837. (Detroit Public Library). WorldCat record id: 663880998 In 1826 the Congregational, Presbyterian, Reformed and Associated Reformed churches formed the American Home Missionary Society to coordinate their national missiona...

Smith, Samuel Francis, 1808-1895

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America (My country 'tis of thee) was premiered on 4 July 1831, at a children's celebration in the Park Street Church of Boston. It was written approximately 6 months earlier. From the description of My country 'tis of thee : manuscript, [1831] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612783134 Writer of the words to song America also called My Country Tis of Thee. From the description of One stanza of America. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat re...

Iowa College (Grinnell)

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First Congregational Church (Washington, Iowa)

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