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A Guide to the collection at the Connecticut Historical Society
James Shepard of New Britain, Connecticut, was a botanist, a historian, a genealogist and a long-time member of the Connecticut Historical Society. He published quite extensively in the areas of history and genealogy.
This collection consists of the unpublished manuscript for a history of the Episcopal parish in Bristol, Connecticut, during the colonial period, accompanied by several drafts, galleys, proofs, research notes, and correspondence written or compiled by James Shepard. The unpublished manuscript, with numerous edits and annotations, is in a binder. The drafts are arranged in page number or book number order. The correspondence, relating to his research or the publication of the book, is arranged chronologically and contains both incoming and outgoing letters.
There are no restrictions on access to the collection.
Use of the material requires compliance with the Connecticut Historical Society's Research Center regulations.
Shepard, James, 1838-1926.
Bristol (Conn.) --Churches.
Item, Collection Title, Collection number (Box #, Folder #). Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Connecticut.
Collection was processed by Barbara Austen in 2006.
EAD Finding Aid created June 2011.