Preliminary Guide to the Daniel Oliver Morton Sermons, ca. 1839-1850 and undated
Seven complete and five fragments of handwritten sermons dealing with various Biblical texts and subjects.
- Collection Number
- Daniel Oliver Morton Sermons
- circa 1839-1850 and undated
- Morton, Daniel Oliver, 1788-1852
- 0.1 Linear Feet
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
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[Identification of item], Daniel Oliver Morton Sermons, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.
The Rev. Daniel O. Morton (1788 December 21-1852 March 25) was ordained 1814 June 30 and served as Congregational pastor and evangelist in Rochester, VT (1814-1831), Springfield, VT (1832-1837), Winchendon, MA (1837-1842), and Bristol, NH (ca. 1842-1850). He also organized the Temperance Society in Shoreham, VT in 1828. He was the father of Levi P. Morton, Vice-President under U.S. President Benjamin Harrison (1889-1893).
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The Daniel Oliver Morton Sermons was received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a purchase in 2001.
Processed by Ruth E. Bryan; Sue-Ellen Katz
Completed December 11, 2001
Encoded by Ruth E. Bryan
This collection is unprocessed: materials may not have been ordered and described beyond their original condition.