Dartmouth Monthly Meeting of Friends 1899 Bi-Centennial

Souvenir of the Bi-Centennial of the Dartmouth Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends, Massachusetts.

At the close of the bi-centennial exercises of the Dartmouth, Mass., Monthly Meeting of Friends, held in the Apponegansett meeting house, July 5th, 1899, the writer was impressed with the thought that what is found on the following pages should be put in this form for reference and preservation. This thought developed into this attractive and valuable souvenir.

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Names in this online transcription include Akin, Allen, Almy, Anthony, Barker, Beard, Bourn, Bowditch, Briggs, Brightman, Burril, Chase, Clifton, Cornell, Davis, Devol, Devoll, Dyer, Earl, Eddy, Eldridge, Estes, Fisher, Fox, Francis, Gidley, Gifford, Goddard, Greene, Handy, Hart, Hathaway, Hayden, Hazzard, Headley, Hicks, Howland, Hussey, Huttlestone, Kirby, Lapham, Lawton, Little, Maxfield, Merrihew, Mosher, Mott, Peckham, Potter, Ricketson, Rotch, Russell, Ryder, Sandford, Shearman, Shepherd, Sherman, Sisson, Slade, Slocum, Smith, Soule, Summers, Taber, Tallman, Trafford, Tripp, Tucker, Wady, Walker, West, Wilbur, Wing, Winslow, Wood.

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