Sunday schools -- Indiana -- History -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes minutes from Sunday/Sabbath School, prayer meeting and Epworth League at Antioch Methodist Episcopal Church in Menden, Fall Creek Township, Madison County, Indiana ranging from 1888 to 1921 regarding meeting content, attendance, amounts of collection, and related chuch business.
Collection — Folder S2200
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials from the Marion County Bible Society and Indianapolis Sabbath School Union ranging from 1823 to 1859, including an Indianapolis Sabbath School Union pupil accounts book during 1827 to 1828; questions for a Bible class; the system of rules from the committee of religous instruction, probably for the governing of the sabbath schools (1827); annual reports from the superintendant of the Indianapolis Sabbath School Union and its board of directors (1824); a...
Collection — Folder S2160
Scope and Contents This collection includes a Sunday school temperance pledge certificate for Mary P. Frankum, signed by Philip Miller, president of the Sunday-School Temperance Society of the M.E. Church at Williamsport, Pennsylvania on October 21, 1860. "M.P. Frankum...Phoenixville, PA" is written in pencil on the back on the certificate.
Collection — Folder S0109
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters written by Hannah Bereman and N. Bereman of Madison County, Indiana to Sally Ann Bereman of New Market, Ohio. The letters discuss family members, the homestead, and hardships of daily life. There are some discrepancies in dates given in the letters for events and records found.
Collection — Folder S2159
Scope and Contents This collection includes the record book for the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school of Valparaiso, Indiana. The school minutes range from January 29, 1865 to June 17, 1866 and the bulk of the entries are recorded with John N. Skinner as superintendent and J. Baker Hawkins as secretary. A few entries were added by J.P. Roberts as secretary and B. Wilson Smith as superintendent. The collection also includes an 1865 circular letter with "To the Sabbath Schools in Indiana" on one side and "To...