3 edition of Documents relating to the Ursuline convent in Charlestown. found in the catalog.
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Recent rare book acquisitions, Winter March 5, - am by Michael Widener. March 5, a graphic novel based on the the arson attack on the Ursuline Convent in Boston. We also obtained The Charlestown Convent: Its Destruction by a Mob, on the Night of Aug (Boston. State Library of Massachusetts Room , State House 12 until PM Bring your lunch and join us to hear Nancy Schultz talk about the most notorious act of anti-Catholic violence in Boston’s history: the riot that destroyed an Ursuline convent school in Charlestown, Massachusetts. What would cause a mob of drunken men to attack a.
The Ursuline Convent, Charlestown, MA papers. Sam Schaefler historical and literary letters and documents, s Miscellaneous manuscripts relating to America, Library of Congress: Bibliographic and Digital Archival Resources. Role Title. Intolerance became more than an attitude on Aug , when a mob set fire to an Ursuline convent in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The resulting "nativist" movement, which achieved prominence in the s, was whipped into a frenzy of anti-Catholicism that led to mob violence, the burning of Catholic property, and the killing of Catholics.
While a sympathetic incident report cited Bible and library book burnings as the most heinous of the destructive mob's crimes against prop erty, other reports questioned the Ursuline's reading lists, and local newspa pers questioned the availability of Bibles and religious books in the convent. In a mob burned down the Ursuline convent in Charlestown, Massachusetts. In nativists in New York published the Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk. An emotionally troubled young woman, Monk claimed to have witnessed debauchery and infanticide during her stay in a convent. The book became a huge best-seller.
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Grande Prairie Regional College Access. Documents relating to the Ursuline convent in Charlestown. (Boston, Reprinted by S. Dickinson, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The Charlestown convent: (Boston, P. Donahoe, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The burning of the convent.
(Boston, J. Osgood and company, ), by Louisa Whitney (page images at HathiTrust). Documents relating to the Ursuline Convent in Charlestown Ancestry. Record-book of the First Church in Charlestown WorldCat The articles of faith and covenant of the Winthrop Church, Charlestown ; with a list of members Genealogy Gophers.
The history of the First Church, Charlestown: in nine lectures, with notes Genealogy Gophers. The Ursuline Convent, Charlestown, Mass., Collection Abstract: Documents related to the ministry of the Ursulines of Quebec in Boston area during the early s.
Documents relating to the Ursuline convent in Charlestown. book Charlestown Convent its destruction by a mob on the night of Aug with a history of the excitement before the burning and the strange and exaggerated reports relating thereto, the feeling of regret and indignation afterwards, the proceedings of meetings, and expressions of the contemporary press: also, the trials of the rioters, the testimony and the speeches of counsel.
Similar Items. The burning of the convent: a narrative of the destruction by a mob of the Ursuline school on Mount Benedict, Charlestown, as remembered by one of the pupils / by: Whitney, Louisa Goddard,Published: () Documents relating to the Ursuline Convent in.
The painful story of the burning of the Ursuline Convent and school of Charlestown, Massachusetts in took place in the New England of Andrew Jackson's second administration.
Jackson himself had a preview; in he visited the partly-built Bunker Hill monument from which there was a clear view of Mt. Benedict's impressive buildings.
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The City of Charlestown records extend approximately 24 cubic feet and cover the period from – concerning the Rioting and Burning of the Ursuline Convent, Notifications and warrants relating to strangers in documents related to the burning of the Ursuline convent. Box Folder.
Ursuline Convent riots was one of the History good articles, but it has been removed from the list. There are suggestions below for improving the article to meet the good article criteria. Once these issues have been addressed, the article can be renominated. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored.
Documents Relating to the Ursuline Convent in Charlestown. Richard Frothingham. Documents Relating to the Ursuline Convent by Richard Frothingham. 9 / It contains correspondence, notes, clippings, and printed material relating to the Ursuline Academy convent fire in and a reunion of Ursuline Academy graduates in The correspondence series is the largest and includes unpublished firsthand accounts of Author: Kathleen Monahan.
"Documents Relating to the Imposture of Rebecca T. Read [sic], and the Burning of the Ursuline Convent, at Charlestown Mass." In The Works of The Right Reverend. Guide to the City of Charlestown records Finding aid prepared by Zachary Enright With funding from a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) City of Boston Archives and Records Management Division Rivermoor Street West Roxbury, MA, () [email protected] 5 May This finding aid was produced using the Archivists.
Their lurid tales of life in two North American convents, one in Charlestown, Massachusetts, and the other in Montreal, Canada, sold more than one-half million copies.
Reed escaped from the Ursuline convent in Charlestown in Selected CRRA Member Digital Collections October The following includes collections from 20 of the 36 CRRA member institutions. We will continue to update this document to include collections from all 36 of our member institutions. For a full listing of member institutions please see.
of the Charlestown Convent and School conducted by the Ursuline nuns. The convent was burned to the ground in by an anti-Catholic mob and Fenwick was left with no choice but to send the Ursulines to their convent in Montreal until such time as new accomodations.
Full text of "Six months in a convent, or, The narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, who was under the influence of the Roman Catholics about two years, and an inmate of the Ursuline convent on Mount Benedict, Charlestown, Mass., nearly six months, in the years " See other formats. The Ursuline Convent was established in Boston in 18 20, under the care of Madame St.
Joseph* as Superiolr^ 'I'ne order of St Ursuline are, by their religious profession, devoted to the education of female * Madame Sti Joseph died inand vat succeeded hj Madame St. George.Rare Books Blog Italian students visit the Paskus-Danziger Rare Book Room. a graphic novel based on the the arson attack on the Ursuline Convent in Boston.
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