The collection contains 18 handwritten sermons and other theological notes by a Presbyterian minister, the Rev. Silas Solon
Harmon, who established and maintained a church in Sonora, California from 1852 to 1863. Harmon came from New York State with
his wife and children, as part of the American Home Missionary Society efforts to instill the unruly gold rush settlements
with a more New England Puritan model of society.
.4 linear feet
(1 document box)
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