Samuel Joseph May Diary, 1866.

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May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871. Samuel Joseph May Diary, 1866.

Samuel Joseph May Diary, 1866.

Diary describing the life of a Unitarian clergyman of Syracuse, New York with connections to national organizations related to Anti-slavery, Temperance, and Woman's Rights causes among others. Gives account of the daily life of a 19th Century clergyman: weddings, funerals, services to the poor, sermons, correspondence, publications, visits, etc. along with May's special interests. He is president of the Syracuse Board of Education. He attends conventions and other events related to his interests.

1v.; 17cm.

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