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JOHN GILMARY SHEA PAPERS
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Box: 18 Fold: 27 Nebraska
1859? - 1874?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AMS by James O'Gorman (1804-74), Bishop of Nebraska (1859-74), describing the Vicariate Apostolic of Nebraska.

Box: 18 Fold: 28 New Jersey
11/19/1883

DESCRIPTION: 2 newspaper clippings: "Bishop McQuaid on Early New Jersey Catholics," printed 11/19/1883.

Box: 18 Fold: 29 New Mexico - Lamy
8/26/1885

DESCRIPTION: Transcript in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92): "Resignation of Abp Lamy and his farewell to the clergy and faithful of the Diocese of Sta Fe," 8/26/1885.

Box: 18 Fold: 30 New Mexico - Morfi
1782

DESCRIPTION: AM transcript: "Descripcion Geografica del Nuevo Mexico, escrita por el R. P. Fr. Juan Agustin de Morfi. Ano de 1782."

Box: 18 Fold: 31 New Mexico - Pueblos
2/25/1874

DESCRIPTION: Transcript in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92): "Short History of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico sent to Genl C. Ewing by the Bishop of Santa Fe." 2/25/1874.

Box: 19 Fold: 1 New Mexico - Roman transcripts
1634 - 1865

DESCRIPTION: New Mexico - Roman transcripts - 1634-1865. Correspondents include John Baptist Lamy.

Box: 19 Fold: 2 New Mexico
1600? - 1850?

DESCRIPTION: Transcripts and notes in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92) regarding New Mexico Catholic History, 1600?-1850?

Box: 19 Fold: 3 New Mexico
1600? - 1850?

DESCRIPTION: Transcripts and notes in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92) about New Mexico Catholic History, 1600?-1850?

Box: 19 Fold: 4 New Mexico
1634

DESCRIPTION: New Mexico - transcript - 1634 - in Spanish.

Box: 19 Fold: 5 New Mexico
1778?

DESCRIPTION: Transcript - New Mexico - Catholic History - 1778.

Box: 19 Fold: 6 New Mexico
1782 - 1827

DESCRIPTION: Transcripts in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92) about New Mexico Catholic History, 1782-1827.

Box: 19 Fold: 7 New York - Albany
9/28/1858

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed letter dated 9/28/1858 from John McCloskey, Bishop of Albany, regarding an indulgence.

Box: 19 Fold: 8 New York - Auburn
1821? - 1890

DESCRIPTION: 1 AMS dated 7/3/1890 by W. J. Seymour; Rector of the Church of the Holy Family at Auburn, New York: "History of the Holy Family Church, Auburn, New York," 4 pages. Also, 4 newspaper clippings dated 1890 about Catholicism in Auburn, New York.

Box: 19 Fold: 9 New York - French Consulate
1783 - 1788

DESCRIPTION: Transcripts - New York - French Consulate - 1783-88.

Box: 19 Fold: 10 New York Literary Institution
1/11/1856

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/11/1856 from George Fenwick, regarding the New York Literary Institution; sent from Georgetown College.

Box: 19 Fold: 11 New York - Pierron
11/12/1667

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (in French) dated 11/12/1667 from Jean Pierron, S.J. to "Monsieur Runsselaer," 2 pages. Also, 1 transcript of the original, with note on back: "Transcript of original letter made by Rev. Henry van Rensselaer S.J. lineal descendant of the old patroon to whom the letter was originally addressed. E. Spillane."

Box: 19 Fold: 12 New York - St. James Church
1822 - 1824

DESCRIPTION: AD dated 1822-4: "Statistics of St. James Church Brooklyn," 4 pages.

Box: 19 Fold: 13 New York - St. Peters Church
10/22/1819

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM: "meeting of the Trustees of St. Peters Church in the City of New York held on the 22d Octr. 1819," 23 pages.

Box: 19 Fold: 14 New York
1800s?

DESCRIPTION: Manuscript notes and printed matter about New York Catholic History, c. 1800s.

Box: 19 Fold: 15 New York - Roman transcripts
1818 - 1832?

DESCRIPTION: New York - Roman transcripts - 1818-1832?

Box: 19 Fold: 16 New York - Spanish transcript
1785

DESCRIPTION: New York - Catholic History - Spanish transcript - 1785.

Box: 19 Fold: 17 New York - Spanish transcripts
1785 - 1786

DESCRIPTION: New York - Catholic History - Spanish transcripts - 1785-6.

Box: 19 Fold: 18 New York - Spanish transcripts
1788

DESCRIPTION: New York - Spanish transcripts - 1788.

Box: 19 Fold: 19 New York
1811 - 1824

DESCRIPTION: New York - Catholic History - transcripts - 1811-24. Correspondents include Anthony Kohlmann.

Box: 19 Fold: 20 Nicaragua
undated

DESCRIPTION: AM: "Las Misiones en la Republic de Nicaragua," undated.

Box: 19 Fold: 21 Ohio
1817 - 1887

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings about Ohio Catholic History, 1817-87. Also, manuscripts on the same subject. References to St. John's Congregation, Canton; Sts. Philip and James Congregation, Canal Fulton; and Congregation of St. Philip Neri, Dungannon.

Box: 19 Fold: 22 Ohio - Cincinnati
1800? - 1892?

DESCRIPTION: AM regarding Catholic History of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1800s. 1 ALS dated 5/29/1890 to John Gilmary Shea. 1 AM (transcript) providing information on Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 6 pages.

Box: 19 Fold: 23 Oklahoma
1876?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM: "Prefecture Apostolic of the Indian Territory. Erected 1876." 4pages. Lists churches, clergy, and Native American tribes. Includes notes on schools.

Box: 19 Fold: 24 Pennsylvania - Goshenhoppen
1684? - 1876?

DESCRIPTION: AM [transcript in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92)]: historical sketch of Goshenhoppen, Pennsylvania and Rev. Theodore Schneider's register of baptisms & marriages. 1 AM (transcript by Shea): "Notes on F. Schneider's Register." AM (and AM transcript): "Goshenhoppen, Penna. (Berks Co.)," 1 AMS regarding churches in Reading, Pennsylvania. Documents pertain to dates 1641?-1876?

Box: 19 Fold: 25 Pennsylvania - Philadelphia
1780 - 1883?

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated AM (transcript) to Rev. James Frederic Wood, Archbishop of Philadelphia, from the priests of the diocese of Pittsburgh, in regard to the division of the diocese. Also: 1 Roman transcript - Philadelphia - 1780.

Box: 19 Fold: 26 Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh
1800s?

DESCRIPTION: AM transcript: "Note sur la necessite d'eriger un Archeveche an dela des Alleganies, Stats Unis d'Amerique." Also, 1 transcript: Diocese of Pittsburgh, regarding Mary's first shrine, undated.

Box: 19 Fold: 27 Pennsylvania - Roman transcripts
1795 - 1846

DESCRIPTION: Pennsylvania - Roman transcripts (1795-1846).

Box: 19 Fold: 28 Pennsylvania - trusteeship
1800s

DESCRIPTION: 1 printed letter: "To the Honorable the Members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met." Regarding the trusteeship controversy. Undated.

Box: 19 Fold: 29 Peru
1743?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM dated 1743 (in Spanish): "The Present State of Catholicism, Policies and Economy of the Indians of Peru," by Juan Joseph del Hoyo.

Box: 19 Fold: 30 Roman transcripts
1763 - 1792

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1763-1792.

Box: 19 Fold: 31 Roman transcripts
1815 - 1821

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1815-21.

Box: 19 Fold: 32 Roman transcripts
1823 - 1824

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1823-4.

Box: 19 Fold: 33 Roman transcripts
1825 - 1829

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1825-9.

Box: 20 Fold: 1 Roman transcripts
1830 - 1838

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1830-8.

Box: 20 Fold: 2 Roman transcripts
1840 - 1847

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1840-7.

Box: 20 Fold: 3 Roman transcripts
1850 - 1859

DESCRIPTION: Roman transcripts - 1850-9.

Box: 20 Fold: 4 Shea - scraps
1824? - 1892?

DESCRIPTION: Manuscript notes by John Gilmary Shea (1824-92).

Box: 20 Fold: 5 Shea - tracings
1824? - 1892?

DESCRIPTION: Tracings of notables' autographs made by John Gilmary Shea (1824-92) over the course of his research on American Catholic History.

Box: 20 Fold: 6 South Carolina - Roman transcripts
1820 - 1864

DESCRIPTION: South Carolina - Roman transcripts - 1820-64. References to Charleston and Bishop John England.

Box: 20 Fold: 7 South Carolina
1800? - 1858?

DESCRIPTION: South Carolina - Catholic History - manuscripts - 1800?-58? References to Charleston and Bishop John England.

Box: 20 Fold: 8 South Carolina
10/31/1906

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (transcript) dated 10/31/1906 from D. P. Lanigan, of Charleston, South Carolina, enclosing a printed appeal for aid in paying the debt on the cathedral of Charleston.

Box: 20 Fold: 9 Texas
1700? - 1850?

DESCRIPTION: Texas - Catholic History - 1700?-1850? - transcripts and notes in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92).

Box: 20 Fold: 10 Texas
1700? - 1850?

DESCRIPTION: Texas - Catholic History - 1700-1850? - transcripts and notes in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92).

Box: 20 Fold: 11 Texas
1700? - 1850?

DESCRIPTION: Texas - Catholic History - 1700?-1850? - transcripts. References to Mission of San Antonio de Valero.

Box: 20 Fold: 12 Tennessee
1817 - 1878

DESCRIPTION: Tennessee - Catholic History - Nashville - 1817-78 - notes in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92).

Box: 20 Fold: 13 Ursuline Convent
1871

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clippings dated 1871 about the burning of the Ursuline Convent in Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Box: 20 Fold: 14 Ursulines
1700s? - 1800s?

DESCRIPTION: Printed proofs: "Relation: Du Voyage des Fondatrices de la Nouvelle Orleans, ecrite aux Ursulines de France, par la premiere Superieure, la Mere St. Augustin."

Box: 20 Fold: 15 Ursulines
3/3/1810

DESCRIPTION: AM: "Notice sur la vie de la Mere Marie Therese Farjon dite de St. Francois Xavier decedee le 3 mars 1810," 16 pages.

Box: 20 Fold: 16 Ursulines
1800s

DESCRIPTION: Ursulines - 1800s - transcripts in hand of John Gilmary Shea (1824-92).

Box: 20 Fold: 17 Ursulines
1750? - 1850?

DESCRIPTION: Ursulines - 1750?-1850? - transcript (fragment, pages 34-38 only).

Box: 20 Fold: 18 Ursulines
1734

DESCRIPTION: AM: "Extrait des Annales apres la Translation, 1734."

Box: 20 Fold: 19 Ursulines
1815

DESCRIPTION: AM dated 1815: "Faits Divers," with references to the Ursulines.

Box: 20 Fold: 20 Ursulines
12/31/1855

DESCRIPTION: ALS dated 12/31/1855 from Joseph Ursula Querk (?), regarding the Ursulines; sent from Ursuline Convent, St. Joseph's, Sligo, Ireland.

Box: 20 Fold: 21 Ursulines
1863

DESCRIPTION: AM transcript: "Report of the Proceedings of the Legislature of 1863 on the Indemnification for the burning of Charlestown Convent," 6 pages.

Box: 20 Fold: 22 Ursulines
1726? - 1849?

DESCRIPTION: Ursulines 1726?-1849 - manuscript notes.

Box: 20 Fold: 23 Ursulines
3/21/1804 - 6/17/1815

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (transcript, in French) dated 3/21/1804 from Sister Marie Therese Farjoy, Superior of the Ursuline Convent of New Orleans, to Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States, regarding the Ursulines' holdings; sent from New Orleans. 1 ALS (transcript) dated 4/24/1809 from James Madison to "Madam," in reference to the Ursulines; sent from Washington, D.C. 1 ALS (transcript) dated 4/20/1812 from John Dawson to "Much respected Ladies," regarding a new law, complimenting the Ursulines, with reference to Governor William Charles Coles Claiborne. 1 ALS (transcript) dated 6/17/1815 from Alexander James Dallas to "Madam," in regard to the exchange of lands with the Ursuline Nuns of New Orleans; with reference to General Andrew Jackson, General James Wilkinson, and Benjamin Morgan; sent from the War Department.

Box: 20 Fold: 24 Ursulines
12/16/1815

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (transcript) dated 12/16/1815 from Sister Ste. Marie Olivier, Superior of the Ursuline Convent in New Orleans, to Bishop John Carroll, imploring his help in protecting the property of the Ursulines in New Orleans; sent from New Orleans. References to Alexander James Dallas and General James Wilkinson.

Box: 20 Fold: 25 Ursulines
12/15/1808 - 10/16/1815

DESCRIPTION: Ursulines - New Orleans - correspondence - 1808-1815.

Box: 20 Fold: 26 Virginia
1770 - 1879

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM: "Livington's Conversion," regarding Adam Livingston and Wizard Clip (Smithfield, West Virginia), 10 pages. Published in fuller form as: Joseph Maria Finotti (1817-79), "The Mystery of the Wizard Clip (Smithfield, W. Va.): A Monograph" (Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Co., 1879) [call#: LAU SPCOLL General 91A97].

Box: 20 Fold: 27 Virginia
1861? - 1865?

DESCRIPTION: 1 pencil drawing by J.E. Taylor: "Smithfield, Va" during the Civil War. On verso: another pencil drawing (caricature, possibly of General Nathaniel P. Banks) and handwritten note, presumably by Taylor, with brief description of Confederate cavalry attack, with references to General Nathaniel P. Banks and Andrew Hunter.



Box: 20 Fold: 28 Virginia
1862?

DESCRIPTION: 1 pencil drawing by J. E. Taylor: "Smithfield" [Virginia], Civil War scene, 1862? On verso: handwritten note, presumably by Taylor, describing battle near Smithfield (i.e. Wizard Clip, or Middleway), Virginia, with reference to John Thomas Averill.

Box: 20 Fold: 29 Virginia
1862?

DESCRIPTION: 1 pencil drawing by J. E. Taylor: Smithfield, Virginia, Civil War scene, 1862? On verso: fragment of handwritten note about the battle near that site, signed J. E. "Taylor."

Box: 20 Fold: 30 Virginia
1862?

DESCRIPTION: 1 pencil drawing by J. E. Taylor: Smithfield, Virginia, Civil War scene, 1862? On verso: handwritten note signed by Taylor with reference to Adam Livingston.

Box: 20 Fold: 31 Virginia
1580?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM transcript: "Public Record Office Copy. State Papers. Domestic. Eliz. 1580. Vol. 146 No 40." Articles of petition, endorsed by Thomas Gerard and George Peckham, 2 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 1 Alexander VIII (Pope)
4/18/1654 - 5/23/1654

DESCRIPTION: 2 LS dated 4/18/1654 and 5/23/1654 from Pope Alexander VIII (1610-91). 1 engraving of Alexander VIII, 17th century.

Box: 21 Fold: 2 Araza, Jose Nicholas de
1785

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1785 from Jose Nicolas de Azara (1731-1804). 1 engraving of Azara, undated.

Box: 21 Fold: 3 Bloomfield, Joseph
11/27/1803

DESCRIPTION: 1 LS dated 11/27/1803 from Joseph Bloomfield (1753-1823).

Box: 21 Fold: 4 Boudinot, Elias
9/19/1794

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 9/19/1794 from Elias Boudinot (1740-1821) to Dr. Ashbell Green, with reference to Princeton. 1 undated TLS from Stephen X. Winters, S.J. to William Repetti, S.J., about the Boudinot letter.

Box: 21 Fold: 5 Bowie, Robert
10/10/1812

DESCRIPTION: 1 DS by Robert Bowie (1750-1818), dated 10/10/1812, regarding the commission of Lawrence Posey.

Box: 21 Fold: 6 Bossuet, Jacques Benigne
1670? - 1681?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM by Jacques Benigne Bossuet (1627-1704), circa 1670-81.

Box: 21 Fold: 7 Brissot, Jacques Pierre
9/27/1788

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 9/27/1788 to Jacques Pierre Brissot (1754-93) from Miss Fisher; sent from Philadelphia.

Box: 21 Fold: 8 Brooks, John
8/16/1796

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 8/16/1796 to Jonathan Jackson. Copy also sent to John Brooks (1752-1825).

Box: 21 Fold: 9 Brownlow, William Gannaway
6/14/1862

DESCRIPTION: 1 brief ALS dated 6/14/1862 from William Gannaway Brownlow (1805-1877) to Master Anspach; sent from Philadelphia.

Box: 21 Fold: 10 Burnet, William
2/25/1725

DESCRIPTION: 1 DS by William Burnet (1628-1729) dated 2/25/1725, regarding a petition by Catherine Morgason.

Box: 21 Fold: 11 Butler, Zebulon
6/30/1788

DESCRIPTION: 1 ANS dated 6/30/1788 from Zebulon Butler (1731-1795) to John Hollenbach.

Box: 21 Fold: 12 Calhoun, John Caldwell
1824?

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM signed "Scrutator" regarding John Caldwell Calhoun's (1782-1850) presidential qualities, undated, 27 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 13 Carey, Matthew
2/8/1813

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 2/8/1813 from Matthew Carey to Messrs. Howe and Deforest; sent from Philadelphia.

Box: 21 Fold: 14 Carroll, Charles, Sr.
2/15/1777

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 2/15/1777 from Charles Carroll (1708-1782) to the General Assembly of Maryland.

Box: 21 Fold: 15 Carroll, Charles (of Carrollton)
5/31/1826

DESCRIPTION: 1 ANS dated 5/31/1826 from Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832), a check to William Gibbons.

Box: 21 Fold: 16 Cass, Lewis
10/25/1822

DESCRIPTION: 1 AMS dated 10/25/1822 from Lewis Cass (1782-1866) to Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, with lengthy discussion of the Ojibwa language, 17 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 17 Cass, Lewis
10/4/1823

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 10/4/1823 from Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), with discussion of the Ojibwa Indians. Part of the letter is in a Native American language, presumably Ojibwa.

Box: 21 Fold: 18 Cass, Lewis
10/18/1823

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 10/18/1823 from Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), providing some of his observations about the Native Americans with which he came into contact; sent from Sault Ste. Marie.

Box: 21 Fold: 19 Cass, Lewis
12/21/1823

DESCRIPTION: 1 AL dated 12/21/1823 from Lewis Cass (1782-1866) to Henry Rowe Schoolcraft or some other informant; sent from Detroit, 8 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 20 Cass, Lewis
1/4/1824

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/4/1824 from Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), regarding Native American dialects, 4 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 21 Cass, Lewis
5/12/1824

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 5/12/1824 from Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), regarding Native American matters; sent from Sault Ste. Marie.

Box: 21 Fold: 22 Cass, Lewis
1/24/1825

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 1/24/1825 from Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), with discussion of Pontiac, 7 pages. Also, 1 AM extract from the "Annual Register" for 1763. Vol. 6, sent to Cass by Schoolcraft: "State of our conquests in North America. Three governments. Reasons for this arrangement. Indians commence hostilities. Causes of the war. Indians neglected. Strength of the English in North America dreaded. State of the savage nations. Revolutions amongst themselves. The Indians grow powerful. Iroquois generally quiet, " 40 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 23 Cass, Lewis
6/16/1825

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM (transcript) from Lewis Cass (1782-1866) to John C. Calhoun (1782-1850), Secretary of War: "Report on the Council at Hapaghkonetta. Copied from the Detroit Gazette of June 7 - in the National Gazette of June 25, 1825. Extract of a letter from a gentleman in the Expedition with Gov. Cass copied from the Detroit Gazette (no date) in the National Gazette of August 18, 1825."

Box: 21 Fold: 24 Cass, Lewis
11/6/1826

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 11/6/1826 from Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), regarding the Ojibwa language.

Box: 21 Fold: 25 Cass, Lewis
11/20/1848

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS dated 11/20/1848 from Reuben Hyde Walworth (1788-1867) to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), with reference to the election of Zachary Taylor as president and the defeat of Martin Van Buren; sent from Saratoga Springs.

Box: 21 Fold: 26 Cass, Lewis
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM: vocabulary of Choctaw language, possibly in hand of Lewis Cass (1782-1866), 2 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 27 Cass, Lewis
1800s

DESCRIPTION: 1 AM: account of the Prophet [Tenskwatawa] (1768?-1834), in relation to Lewis Cass (1782-1866), undated, 8 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 28 Cass, Lewis
1775? - 1826?

DESCRIPTION: AM: "Mem. of a conversation with Mr. Ch. Guoin, a Liet. in the British Service, in 1775, 1779, & 1794," dated 1826, 4 pages. Also, 1 AD: "Memorandum of the circumstances attending the murder of American Prisoners in Old Fort Meigs, & the rescuing of four friendly Shawnee Indians, from the Potawatamies, by Tecumseh as related by Joe Parks," 3 pages.

Box: 21 Fold: 29 Cass, Lewis
1800s

DESCRIPTION: AM: account of the Lake Indians' participation in the War of 1812. Chapters 3 and 4 from published(?) work by probably Lewis Cass (1782-1866) or Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793-1864). Many notations in the former's hand.

Box: 21 Fold: 30 Catholic Church (A-V)
1693 - 1830

DESCRIPTION: 10 ALS dated 1703-1830 by Bishops and Cardinals. Correspondents include Laurent Alvieni (1693), Modesto Fanna (1802), and Alcuini Sebastiamo (1830).

Box: 21 Fold: 31 Clark, Thomas March
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated ALS from Thomas March Clark (1812-1903) to Mrs. Allen.

Box: 21 Fold: 32 Clement VII (Pope)
3/6/1533

DESCRIPTION: Manuscript: Papal Bull dated 3/6/1533 of Pope Clement VII (1478-1534).

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