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Autobiographical and Biographical Works

[Allen, Fanny.] Sister Helen Morrissey. Ethan Allen's daughter. Garden City, L.I.: Garden City Press, 1946.

[Allen, Fanny.] The Vermont Historical Gazetteer. Ed. Abby Maria Hemenway. 5 vols. Burlington: A.M. Hemenway, 1867-1891; I, 569.

Barlow, Anna, Debbie and Helen. The young converts; or, memoirs of the three sisters, Debbie, Helen and Anna Barlow. Compiled. Mrs. Julia C. Smalley, Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co., 1868.

Brown, Rev. Olympia. "Women in the Ministry." Equal Rights, Nov. 3, 1923, 1: 38, Brigham's index MSS-4, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

Carroll, Betsey. Piety in humble life, or, life and recollections of Betsey Carroll. St. Albans: Messenger Steam Print, 1871.

Cooke, Harriet B. Memories of My Life and Work. New York, Robert Carter & Bros., 1858.

Emerson, Eleanor. The religious experience of Eleanor Emerson, late Miss    Eleanor Read; formerly preceptress of a school in Bennington. (Together with letters to her friends and her death bed exercises.) Bennington: Anthony Haawell, 1809.

Hallenbeck, Mary P. "Diary of Mary P. Hallenbeck, 1872." Unpublished manuscript, Wilbur Collection, Bailey Library, University of Vermont, Burlington.

Jackson, Elizabeth. The honourable and pious confession of a true penitent. New London: Printed by Cady & Eells, 1805.

Ranney, Charlotte. "Letter from Charlotte Ranney, Indian Missionary, to her Mother, 1895." Vermont Quarterly, 21:3: 210.

[Richard, Dorothy M.] Eldon H. Martin. Dorothy Mary Richard: her alabaster box. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1931.

[Shaw, Annette J.] Mary Grace Canfield. The valley of the Kedron. South Woodstock: Kedron Associates, 1940, pp. 191-2.

Williams, Paulina Bascom. "Diary of Paulina Bascom Williams (1830-1833)." Unpublished manuscript, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

Wright, Laura. Letters of Laura Weight. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions MSS, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

[Wright, Laura.] Mrs. Harriet S. Caswell. Our life among the Iroquois Indians. Boston, Chicago: Congregational Sunday school and Publishing Society, 1892.

Atwood, Mary-John. "Women Ministers of Vermont." Rural Vermonter  1 (1962) : 16-20.

Clarke, Ethel H. Mary E. Chynoweth: missionary to India. Chicago: Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Free Methodist Church of North America, 1915.

[Kinsley, Jessie Catherine]. A lasting spring: Jessie Catherine Kinsley, daughter of the Oneida Community.  Edited by Jane Kinsley Rich. Syracuse, N.Y., Syracuse University Press, 1983.

Lawrence, Margaret Woods. Light on the dark river; or, memorials of Mrs. Henrietta A. L. Hamlin, missionary in Turkey. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853.

Marshall, Jeffrey D. "The Straightest Path to Heaven: Louisa Bailey Whitney and the Congregational Foreign Missionary Movement in Nineteenth Century Vermont." Vermont History 55 (1987): 153-166.

Poultney, Vt. Congregational Church. Unscriptual discipline exposed and detected: in a faithful narrative of the extraordinary proceedings of the Anabaptist Church In Poultney, Vt. Towards Mrs. Anna Wells. . . Nov. 18, 1805. Rutland, Vt.: William Fay, 1805. [VHS]

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Clarke, Ethel H. Mary E. Chynoweth: missionary to India. Chicago: Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Free Methodist Church of North America, 1915.

[Kinsley, Jessie Catherine]. A lasting spring: Jessie Catherine Kinsley, daughter of the Oneida Community.  Edited by Jane Kinsley Rich. Syracuse, N.Y., Syracuse University Press, 1983.

Lawrence, Margaret Woods. Light on the dark river; or, memorials of Mrs. Henrietta A. L. Hamlin, missionary in Turkey. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853.

Marshall, Jeffrey D. "The Straightest Path to Heaven: Louisa Bailey Whitney and the Congregational Foreign Missionary Movement in Nineteenth Century Vermont." Vermont History 55 (1987): 153-166.

Poultney, Vt. Congregational Church. Unscriptual discipline exposed and detected: in a faithful narrative of the extraordinary proceedings of the Anabaptist Church In Poultney, Vt. Towards Mrs. Anna Wells. . . Nov. 18, 1805. Rutland, Vt.: William Fay, 1805. [VHS]

Coy, Hannah. A wonderful account of a little girl of nine years old, who lives in the town of Jericho, Vermont. n.p, 1813.

Hoisington, Elias. "A Remarkable Dream . . . The Meditations of a Minister of Vermont, While Sleeping in His Shady Grove, Includes a Dialogue Between Death and A Lady, Very Suitable to be Learned by Heart in These Degenerate Times," Vermont broadside, Windsor, 1825. Elias Hoisington MSS, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

Field, Eugene. "The Woman Who Most Influenced Me: My Grandmother."  Vermont prose, a miscellany. Eds., Arthur Wallace Peach and Harold Goddard Rugg. Brattleboro: Stephen Daye Press, 1932, pp. 163-171.

Gilchrist, Beth Bradford. "The Young Women's Christian Association in Vermont." The Vermonter, 24:7-8: 100-107.

Henshaw, Sarah. An address to females on the duties God enjoins on them; the importance of serving him; and thoughts on creation and redemption. East Bennington: Printed by B.G. and J.I.C. Cook, 1849.

McKeen, Rev. Silas. "She Hath Done What She Could." Funeral sermon for   Mrs. Bethia B. Albee. Bradford: Telegraph Power Press Print, 1860.

Newcomb, Harvey. The young lady's guide to the harmonious development of Christian character. Boston: James P. Dow, 1841.

Selden, Almira. Effusions of the heart. Bennington: Printed by Darius Clark, 1820, pp. 119 fn. and 123 fn.

Tullar, Rev. Martin. A concise system of family duty. Windsor: Printed by Nahum Mower, 1802.

Waller, Mary. A sermon written at Bethel, Vt., Feb., 1822. Boston: 1864.

Woman's Board of Missions, Vermont Branch. Report,1881. St. Johnsbury. Located at the Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

Woman's Board of Missions, Vermont Branch. Reports and pro-ceedings for 1873-1876. Rutland. Located at the Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Vermont Branch, Mt Holly. "Record Book, 1886-1891." Unpublished manuscript, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

Woman's Home Missionary Society, South Congregational Church, St. Johnsbury. Memoranda of 50 Years, 1852-1902. Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier.

[Women and religion.] Mary Grace Canfield. The valley of the Kedron. South Woodstock. Kedron Associates, 1940, p. 217.

[Women and religion.] The Vermont Historical Gazetteer. Ed. Abby Maria Hemenway. 5 vols. Burlington: A.M. Hemenwav 1867-1891, III, 154.

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