4 edition of The first meeting house in Salem, Massachusetts found in the catalog.
The first meeting house in Salem, Massachusetts
Abner Cheney Goodell
Written in English
With Putnam, E. An inquiry into the authenticity of the so-called first meeting house at Salem, Mass. Salem, 1900.
|Statement||by Abner Cheney Goodell ... (Read at a meeting of the directors, Feb. 5, 1900)|
|LC Classifications||F74.S1 P8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||11006052|
First Parish Meeting-house, , from an old sketch made on a pine board, published in The History of Concord Massachusetts, circa In , Reverend William Emerson built the Old Manse, a Georgian-style mansion, near the Old North Bridge. In a bronze statute to Mary Dyer, one of the Quakers hanged on Boston Common, was erected outside the doors of the Massachusetts State House as a .
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Salem Village’s first meetinghouse was built in on an acre of land given by Joseph Hutchinson. In his work Salem Witchcraft, Charles Upham described the structure as, “’Thirty-four feet in length, twenty-eight feet broad, and sixteen feet between joints.’ Two end galleries were added, and a ‘canopy’ placed over the pulpit.”.
The meetinghouse of the First Church stood at the intersection of present-day Washington and The first meeting house in Salem Streets inon the southeast corner. While preliminary examinations had already taken place in Salem Village (modern-day Danvers), the first examinations in Salem Town (modern-day Salem) took place at the meetinghouse.
The one congregation that remains independent is the Tabernacle Church in Salem, which separated from the First Church in over a row about a minister at the time. The present church edifice (dedicated in ) is the second Meeting House of the North Church which separated from the First Church in and reunited with it in Martin Kelley speaks at Woodstown Friends Meeting during Quarterly Meeting about QuakerSpeak and Friends Journal Music credit: “Old Greenwich Friends Meeting House ()” from Down Jersey Scenes by Paul Mack Somers — Michiko Otaki, piano.
- Founded by Roger Conant and a group of immigrants from Cape Ann. The settlement was first titled Naumkeag, but the settlers preferred to call it Salem, derived from the Hebrew word for peace. - Massachusetts Bay Company arrives and relieves the struggling Naumkeag settlement.
John Endicott leads a group of settlers to lay ground for thousands of Puritans. InEndecott was one of the signers on the building contract for enlarging the meeting house in Town House Square for the first church in Salem.
This document remains part of the town records at City Hall. He was active in the affairs of the town throughout his life. Welcome to The Meeting House. We are located at Williams Street, Longmeadow, MA Our phone number is We look forward to seeing you soon.
The meetinghouse is only a reconstruction of the building where the Salem Witch Trials took place. The memorial and recreation is located right across the street from the original spot where the hysteria began.
The memorial was erected in and has become a. Salem, MA has about 18 First Period houses (built during the first century of English settlement, approximately ). In his landmark studies, “Massachusetts and its First Period Buildings” () and The Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay, (), architectural historian Abbott Lowell Cummings demonstrated that eastern Massachusetts contains the greatest.
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Massachusetts, Compiled Marriages, Following the proclamation from Governor Thomas Gage which dissolved the General Court of Massachusetts, members of the assembly and other Patriots convened on October 5, in Salem, Massachusetts. This first meeting took place at the Salem Court House and during which the list of delegates was formulated and officers of the assembly were.
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The first significant European settlement was established inwhen the Reverend Peter Hobart arrived with his followers from Hingham, England. In that same year, they renamed the town "Hingham," and it was incorporated as the 12th town in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Tituba, the first woman to be accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Illustrated by Alfred Fredericks for W.C. Bryant’s “A Popular History of the United States.” (Credit: Public Domain). "A tablet on the meeting-house of the First Church in Plymouth bears the inscription: the Church of Scrooby, Leyden, and the Mayflower, gathered on this hillside inHas ever since preserved unbroken records, and maintained a continuous ministry.
Selected excerpts from Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Vol. 5, Series 5,pages - April 11th Went to Salem, where, in the Meeting-house, the persons accused of Witchcraft were examined; was a very great Assembly; ëtwas awfull to see how the afflicted persons were agitated.
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Salem, seat of Essex County, is located on the northeast coast of Massachusetts at the mouth of the Naumkeag River. It is best remembered for the witchcraft hysteria that gripped the area in the closing years of the 17th century.
Salem was founded in by Roger Conant and a group of immigrants from Cape Ann. The Puritan Meeting House in Hingham MA In a new meeting house was built in the prevailing style of the time, square with a hip roof, and a belfry at the apex, so that the bell-rope hung down in the center of the audience room.