HISTORY: A case could be made that John Mason Peck (1789-1858) was the greatest of the pioneers who set foot in early St. Louis. Writer, Baptist missionary, educator, humanitarian, Peck set about the process of bringing the civilization he knew and loved to the Mississippi Valley. In the 1820's, he founded one of the first Protestant churches west of the Mississippi, the first college in Illinois, and ordained the first African-American clergy in St. Louis. He also established the first schools for slaves in St. Louis. He was a great publicist for the region and encouraged settlement back east through his famous gazetteer for Missouri and Illinois, and wrote many other books which celebrated the pioneer spirit and history of the area.

Peck was a great book collector, and member of St. Louis' first library-the Mercantile-to which he bequeathed his collection at the time of his death. This important early acquisition was very strong in American history and literature, and helped to set the pace for the early development of the Library's special research collections in this field.

SCOPE: The collection covers all of Peck's many educational endeavors and comprises an excellent picture of a frontier intellectual's interests through such a rare and extant mid-nineteenth century library. The earliest known copies of many Illinois newspapers, including the very first newspapers of that state are in the collection, as well as many other rare frontier Midwestern imprints. The collection also holds original manuscripts and ledgers on such subjects as the development of Rockspring Theological Seminary, the first institution of higher education in Illinois, as well as important annotations and manuscript commentary in the books throughout. Most of this working library was composed of current books of Peck's adult life, many of which are excessively rare today, and dates concentrate from the 1820's through the mid-nineteenth century.

HOLDINGS: 125 books, over 600 pamphlets, many on religious controversies and the slavery question, as well as on missionary work with native Americans, and a small collection of bound manuscripts.

ACCESS: A published finding aid is available for Special Collection M-111: The John Mason Peck Collection in the St. Louis Mercantile Library: A Man of Letters on the Frontier and His Library. The collection has been catalogued and fully described on OCLC through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Portions of the collection may be photocopied, digitally scanned, or photographed depending on condition. Older versions of the finding aid to this collection are available for download:

 

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FINDING AID

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Series 1: The Baptist Pamphlet Collection Folder Box
Minutes of the Albemarle Baptist Association, Preddie's Creek Meeting House, Albemarle County, etc. Charlottesville: 1841. Volume 3. 0-0-1 1
Arkadelphia Institute: Arkadelphia, April 14, 1851. (Newspaper clipping of opening of building). Volume 6. 0-0-2 1
Proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, Brownsville Church, Dallas County, Arkansas, etc. Little Rock: 1848. Volume 6. 0-0-3 1
Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Arkansas State Convention, Eldorado Church, Union County, Arkansas, etc. Little Rock: 1849. Volume 6. 0-0-4 1
Minutes of the Third Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, Mount Bethel Church; Clark County, Arkansas, etc. 1851. Volume 6. 0-0-5 1
Minutes of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, Princeton Church, Princeton, Dallas County, Arkansas. 1851. Volume 6. 0-0-6 1
Minutes of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention; Mine Creek Church, Hempstead County, Arkansas, etc. Arkadelphia: 1853. Volume 6. 0-0-7 1
Minutes of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, City of Camden, etc. Arkadelphia: 1854. Volume 6. 0-0-8 1
Minutes of the Baptist Association of Arkansas, Little Rock. 1839. Volume 6. 0-0-9 1
Minutes of the Fourth Anniversary of The Baptist Association of Wiskonsan, Beloit, etc. Milwaukee: 1842. Volume 9. 0-1-0 1
Minutes of the Fifth Anniversary of The Baptist Association of Wisconsin, Racine, etc. Racine: 1843. Volume 9. 0-1-1 1
Minutes of the Sixth Anniversary of The Baptist Association of Wisconsin, Spring Prairie, etc. Racine: 1844. Volume 9. 0-1-2 1
The Baptist Chronicle, and Monthly Monitor, etc. Columbus, GA.: 1841. Volume 3. 0-1-3 1
Minutes of a Convention of Delegates from the Several Baptist Churches of Central Wisconsin, called for the purpose of forming a Baptist Association. Milwaukee, W.T. 1838. Volume 9. 0-1-4 1
Proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the Convention of the Baptist Denomination of the State of Mississippi, Palestine, Hinds County, Miss., etc. Natchez: 1837. Volume 5. 0-1-5 1
Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the Convention of the Baptist Denomination of the State of Mississippi, Middleton, Carroll County, etc. Natchez: 1839. Volume 5. (2 copies) 0-1-6 1
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Convention of the Baptist Denomination of the State of Mississippi, Wahalak, Kemper County, Mississippi, etc. New Orleans: 1840. Volume 5. 0-1-7 1
Minutes of the Thirteenth Anniversary of the Convention of the Baptist Denomination of the State of Mississippi, Raymond Church, Raymond, Mississippi, etc. New Orleans: 1850. Volume 5. 0-1-8 1
Minutes of the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Convention of the Baptist Denomination of the State of Mississippi, Clinton Church, Hinds Co., Mississippi, etc. New-Orleans: 1852. Volume 5. 0-1-9 1
Minutes of the Baptist General Association of Illinois, Third Annual Meeting; Illinois Baptist Education Society, Twelfth Annual Meeting; Illinois Baptist Pastoral Union, Second Annual Meeting; Jacksonville, 1847, etc. Peoria: 1848. Volume 9. 0-2-0 1
Forty-Sixth Annual Report of the Baptist Missionary Convention of the State of New York, The Baptist Church in Watertown, etc. Utica: 1853. Volume 1. 0-2-1 1
Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Johnson Liberty, Johnson County, N.C., etc. Raleigh: 1841. Volume 3. 0-2-2 1
Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Session of the Baptist State Convention, &C. of Tennessee, Nashville, etc. Columbia, Ten.: 1840. Volume 4. 0-2-3 1
Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Sharon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, etc. 1817. Volume 2. 0-2-4 1
Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Newlisbon, Columbiana County, Ohio, etc. Newlisbon: 1819. Volume 2. 0-2-5 1
Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Sharon, Mercer County,Pennsylvania, etc. Beaver: 1821. Volume 2. 0-2-6 1
Minutes of the Beaver Baptist Association, Providence Church, Beaver Co. (Pa.), etc. Butler, (Penn.): 1824. Volume 2. 0-2-7 1
Minutes of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Beaver Baptist Association, Youngstown, Trumbull County, Ohio, etc. Pittsburgh: 1834. Volume 2. 0-2-8 1
Minutes of the Twenty-Sixth Anniversary of the Beaver Baptist, Association. Zion Church, Armstrong County, Penn., etc. Pittsburgh: 1835. Volume 2. 0-2-9 1
Minutes of the Beebe Baptist Association, Chickasawha Meeting House, Green County Mississippi, etc. Claiborne: 1821. Volume 5. 0-3-0 1
Minutes of the Big Hatchee Baptist Association, Philadelphia Church, Fayette County Ten., etc. Bolivar, Ten.: 1839. Volume 4. 0-3-1 1
Minutes of the Big Hatchie Baptist Association, Mount Olive Meeting House, Haywood County, Ten., etc. Sommerville: 1842. Volume 4. 0-3-2 1
Minutes of Big Hatchey Association, The Church at Piney Grove, Hardeman County, Tenn., etc. Louisville, Ky.: 1847. Volume 4. 0-3-3 1
The Twenty-Eighth Anniversary of the Boston Baptist Association, First Baptist Church in Woburn, etc. Boston: 1839. Volume 1. 0-3-4 1
The Thirty-Seventh Anniversary of the Boston Baptist Association, South Baptist Church in Boston, etc. Boston: 1848. Volume 1. 0-3-5 1
Minutes of the Broad-River Baptist Association, 1806. Columbia: 1807. Volume 3. [Cedar Spring Meeting-House, Spartanburgh District, South Carolina.] 0-3-6 1
Minutes of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Brownstown Regular Baptist Association, Indian Creek Meeting House, Jackson Co., Ia., 1842. Volume 4. 0-3-7 1
Minutes of the Thirteenth Session of the Buffalo Baptist Association, Goshen Church, Hickman County, Tennessee, etc. Columbia, Ten.: 1841. Volume 4. 0-3-8 1
Minutes of the Fourteenth Anniversary of the Cattaraugus Baptist Association; Hinsdale, Cattaraugus County, N. Y., etc. Angelica: 1849. Volume 1. 0-3-9 1
Minutes of the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Central Association of United Baptists, Cotton Grove, Madison County, Tenn., etc. Jackson, Tenn.: 1845. Volume 4. 0-4-0 1
Minutes of the Fifteenth Annual Session of the Central Union Association of Independent Baptist Churches. Vincent Baptist Church, Chester County, Pa., etc. Philadelphia: 1847. Volume 2. 0-4-1 1
Minutes of the Sixteenth Session of the Central Union Association of Independent Baptist Churches, Norristown Baptist Church, Pa., etc. Philadelphia: 1848. Volume 2. 0-4-2 1
Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Annual Session of the Chowan Baptist Association, Bethel, Perquimons Co., N.C., etc. Raleigh: 1854. Volume 3. 0-4-3 1
Clapp, George H., Corresponding Secretary. Twentieth Anniversary of the Dutchess Baptist Association, Central Pawlings Baptist Church, New York, etc. New York: 1854. Volume 1. 0-4-4 1
Minutes of the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Columbus Baptist Association at Siloam Baptist Church, Oktibbeha County, Miss., etc. Nashville, Tenn.: 1852. Volume 5. 0-4-5 1
Minutes of the Concord Association, Hopewell Meeting - House, Sumner County, West - Tennessee, etc. Nashville, Ten.: 1812. Volume 4. 0-4-6 1
Minutes of the Thirty-Third Session of the Concord Association, Enon, Rutherford County, Tenn. Nashville, T.: 1843. Volume 4. 0-4-7 1
Minutes of the Concord Baptist Association, Bethel Church, Caldwell Parish, La., etc. Vidalia, La.: 1842. Volume 9. 0-4-8 1
Minutes of the Concord Baptist Association, Rehoboth Church, Claiborne Parish, La., etc. Vidalia, La.: 1843. Volume 9. 0-4-9 1
Minutes of the Concord Baptist Association, Concord Baptist Church, Union Parish, Louisiana, etc. Washington, Arkansas: 1844. Volume 9. 0-5-0 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Baptist Association, State of Tennessee, Dickson County, Yellow Creek Meeting-House, 1811. Volume 4. 0-5-1 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Baptist Association, Piney Meeting-House, Hickman County. Franklin, Ten.: 2816. Volume 4. 0-5-2 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Baptist Association, Cool Spring, Williamson County, Tenn.; etc. Franklin: 1839. Volume 4. 0-5-3 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Baptist Association, Flat Creek, Williamson County, Ten., 1842, etc. Volume 4. 0-5-4 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Baptist Association, Wilson's Creek, Williamson County, Tennessee, etc. Franklin: 1844. Volume 4. 0-5-5 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Baptist Association, Leiper's Fork, Williamson County, etc. Franklin, Tenn.: 1849. Volume 4. 0-5-6 1
Minutes of the Cumberland Association of Separate Baptists, Head's Meeting House, Robertson County, Tenn., 1843. Volume 4. 0-5-7 1
Minutes of the Second Annual Meeting of the Des Moines River Association, of Regular Baptists, Lick Creek Church, Van Buren County, Iowa, etc. Burlington: 1841. Volume 9. 0-5-8 1
Minutes of the Third Annual Meeting of the Des Moines River Association of Regular Baptists, Lynn Creek Church, Trenton, Henry County, Iowa, etc. St. Louis: 1842. Volume 9. 0-5-9 1
Minutes of the East Fork of the Little Miami Baptist Association, Round Bottom, Hamilton County, Ohio, 1825. Volume 8. 0-6-0 1
Ninth Anniversary. Minutes of the Ninth Anniversary of the East New Jersey Baptist Association, Baptist Church at Middletown, N. J., etc. New York: 1850. Volume 1. 0-6-1 1
Minutes of the East Tennessee Association of Baptists, Second Annual Meeting, Clay Creek Meeting-House, Cocke County, Tennessee. Knoxville: 1840. Volume 4. 0-6-2 1
Minutes of the East Tennessee Association of Baptists, Fourth Annual Meeting, Pleasant Grove Church, Cocke County, Tennessee. Knoxville: 1842. Volume 4. 0-6-3 1
Minutes of the Fifth Annual Meeting of East Tennessee Association of Baptists. Big Creek Church. Cocke County, Tenn. Knoxville: 1843. Volume 4. 0-6-4 1
Minutes of the Sixth Annual Meeting of E. Tennessee Association of Baptists, Frenchbroad Church, Cocke City [City]. Knoxville: 1844. Volume 4. 0-6-5 1
Minutes of the First Session of the Eastern Louisiana Baptist Association, Beulah Church, Parish of Washington, La., etc. Clinton, La.: 1842. Volume 9. 0-6-6 1
Minutes of the Elk River Association, of United Baptists, Mt. Pisgah Meeting House, Bedford County Tennessee, etc. Shelbyville, Ten.: 1841. Volume 4. 1-68 0-6-7 1
Minutes of the Freewill-Baptist Association, at Tow-River Meeting-House, Burke County, N.C., etc. Rutherfordton: 1830. Volume 3. 0-6-8 1
Minutes of the Free-Will Baptist Association, Union Meeting House, Hominy Creek, Buncombe Co., NC, etc. Salisbury: 1830. Volume 3. 0-6-9 1
Minutes of the Free-Will Baptist Association, Avary's Creek Meeting-House, Buncombe County, N.C., etc. Rutherfordton: 1832. Volume 3. 0-7-0 1
Minutes of the Free-Will Baptist Association, Boiling Spring Meeting-House, Spartanburg District, S.C., etc. 1834. Volume 3. 0-7-1 1
Minutes of the French Broad Baptist Association, Waynesville, Haywood County, North-Carolina. 1827. Volume 3. 0-7-2 1
Minutes of the Twenty-First Anniversary of the French Broad Baptist Association, Cathey's Creek Meeting-House, Buncombe County, N.C., etc. 1828. Volume 3. 0-7-3 1
Minutes of the French Broad Baptist Association, for 1829. Salisbury: 1829. Volume 3. 0-7-4 2
Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the General Association of the Baptists of Tennessee, Carter's C Creek, Maury County, etc. Nashville: 1847. Volume 4. 0-7-5 2
Constitution of the General Association of Eastern Arkansas. Helena, Ark.: 1852. Volume 6. 0-7-6 2
Minutes of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the General Association of United Baptists of Missouri, Fayette, Howard County, etc. St. Louis: 1853. Volume 7. 0-7-7 2
Minutes of the Twenty-Ninth Anniversary of the Georgia Baptist Convention, Marietta, Ga., etc. Penfield, Ga.: 1850. Volume 3. 0-7-8 2
Minutes of the Baptist Association; in the District of Goshen, County-Line Meeting-House, Caroline County, Virginia, etc. Fredericksburg: 1801. Volume 3. 0-7-9 2
Minutes of the Goshen Baptist Association, Mount Gilead M. H., Goochland County, Virginia, etc. Richmond: 1837. Volume 3. 0-8-0 2
Minutes of the Hiwassee United Baptist Association, Prospect Meeting-House, Roane County, 1835. Athens, Ten.: 1835. Volume 4. 0-8-1 2
Minutes of the Minority, of the Hiwassee Association, of the United Baptists: Held in the woods near Concord Meeting-House, Meigs County, 1836. Madisonville, Tenn.: 1836. Volume 4. 0-8-2 2
Minutes of the 20th Annual Session of the Hiwassee Association of United Baptists, Chickamauga Church, Hamilton Co. Tenn., 1843. Chattanooga, Tenn.: 1843. Volume 4. 0-8-3 2
Minutes of the Holston Association of Baptists, Lick Creek. Meeting House, Greene County, State of Tennessee, etc. Knoxville: 1809. Volume 4. 0-8-4 2
Proceedings of the 59th Anniversary of the Holston Baptist Association, Cherokee Meeting-house, Washington County, E. Tenn., August, 1844. Volume 4. 0-8-5 2
The Twenty-Third Anniversary of the Hudson River Baptist Association. First Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., etc. New-York: 1838. Volume 1. 0-8-6 2
The Twenty-Fourth Anniversary of the Hudson River Baptist Association. First Baptist Church, Troy, N.Y., etc. New-York: 1839. Volume 1. 0-8-7 2
Thirty-Fourth Anniversary of the Hudson River Baptist Association, North Baptist Church, Troy, etc. New York: 1849. Volume 1. 0-8-8 2
Third Anniversary of the Hudson River Baptist Association South, Twelfth Street Baptist Church, New York, etc. New York: 1853. Volume 1. 0-8-9 2
Minutes of the Illinois Baptist Pastoral Union, Third Annual Meeting; Baptist General Association of Illinois, Fourth Annual Meeting; and the Illinois Baptist Education Society, Thirteenth Annual Meeting; Winchester, etc. Carrollton, Ill.: 1848. Volume 9. 0-9-0 2
Minutes of the Illinois Baptist Pastoral Union, Fourth Annual Meeting: Baptist General Association of Illinois, Fifth Annual Meeting at Griggsville and Illinois Baptist Education Society, Fourteenth Annual l1eeting at Upper Alton, etc. Carrollton, Ill: 1849. Volume 9. 0-9-1 2
Minutes of the Illinois Baptist Pastoral Union, Eleventh Annual Meeting; Baptist Gen. Association of Illinois, Twelfth Annual Meeting at Canton; and of the Illinois Baptist Education Society at Alton, etc. Chicago: 1856. Volume 9. 0-9-2 2
Minutes of the Illinois Baptist Pastoral Union, Twelfth Annual Meeting; and of the Baptist Gen. Association of Illinois, etc. Chicago: 1857. Volume 9. 0-9-3 2
Minutes of the Fifth Anniversary of the Iowa Baptist Association, Bethel Church, Van Buren County, etc. Keosauqua, Iowa: 1843. Volume 9. 0-9-4 2
Minutes of the Fourth Annual Session of the Liberty Regular Baptist Association, Harmony Church, Ouachita Co., Ark., etc. Eldorado, Ark.: 1849. Volume 6. 0-9-5 2
Minutes of the Sixth Annual Session of the Liberty Regular Baptist Association., Hopewell Church, Union County, Arkansas, etc. Eldorado, Ark.: 1851. Volume 6. 0-9-6 2
Minutes of the Louisiana Baptist Association, Beulah Church, Cheneyville, Parish of Rapides, etc. Alexandria, La.: 1842. Volume 9. 0-9-7 2
Fifteenth Anniversary. Minutes of the Maine Baptist Convention, Sedgwick, etc. Brunswick: 1839. Volume 1. 0-9-8 2
Minutes of the Fourteenth Meeting of the Maryland Baptist Union Association, First Baptist Church, Baltimore, etc. Baltimore: 1849. Volume 3. 0-9-9 2
Minutes of the Fifteenth Meeting of the Maryland Baptist Union Association, E Street Baptist Church, Washington, D.C., etc. Baltimore: 1850. Volume 3. 1-0-0 2
Minutes of the Seventeenth Meeting of the Maryland Baptist Union Association, Seventh Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland, etc. Baltimore: 1852. Volume 3. 1-0-1 2
Minutes of the Fourth Anniversary of the Maumee River Baptist Association with the Baptist Church of Freedom and Clinton, etc. Maumee City; 1842. Volume 8. [Part of Michigan State Convention & Ohio.] 1-0-2 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, New- Hope, Adams County, etc. Natchez, (M.T.): 1811. Volume 5. 1-0-3 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association; Shiloh Church, Wilkinson County, Mississippi Territory, etc. Natchez, M.T.: 1814. Volume 5. 1-0-4 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association; Sarepta Church, Jefferson County, Mississippi Territory, etc. Natchez, M.T.: 1815. Volume 5. 1-0-5 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association; Clear Creek Church, Adams County, Mississippi Territory, etc. Natchez: 1816. Volume 5. 1-0-6 2
Minutes of The Mississippi Baptist Association, Zion-Hill, Amite County, Mississippi, etc. St. Francisville: 1820. Volume 5. 1-0-7 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Bethel, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, etc. St. Francisville: 1821. Volume 5. 1-0-8 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Ebenezer Church, Amite County -Mississippi State, etc. St. Francisville: 1822. Volume 5. 1-0-9 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Meeting-House of Mars' Hill Church, State of Mississippi, Amite County; etc. St. Francisville: 1823. Volume 5. 1-1-0 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, New Providence Church, Amite County, Miss., etc. Natchez: 1824. Volume 5. 1-1-1 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Shiloh Church, Wilkinson County, Miss., etc. St. Francisville: 1825. Volume 5 1-1-2 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, East Fork Meeting House Amite Co. Miss., etc. Clinton, La.: 1835. Volume 5. 1-1-3 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Gallilee Church, etc. Clinton, La.: 1836. Volume 5. (2 copies) 1-1-4 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Jackson Church, Jackson, Louisiana, etc. Liberty: 1838. Volume 5. (3 copies) 1-1-5 2
The Thirty-Second Anniversary of the Mississippi Baptist Association; with the New Providence Church, Amite Co., Mi., etc. Liberty, MI.: 1839. Volume 5. (2 copies) 1-1-6 2
Minutes of the Thirty-Third Anniversary of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Ebenezar Church, Amite County, Mississippi, etc. Liberty, MI.: 1840. Volume 5. (2 copies) 1-1-7 2
Minutes of the Mississippi Baptist Association, East Fork Church, Amite County, Miss., etc. Liberty, Mississippi: December 1841. Volume 5. (2 copies) 1-1-8 2
Minutes of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the Mississippi Baptist Association, Bluff Creek Church, Parish of East Feliciana, La., etc. 1842. Volume 9. (2 copies) 1-1-9 2
Minutes of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Baptist Association, at Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, etc. Liberty, MI.: 1843. Volume 5. 1-2-0 2
Minutes of the Second Annual Meeting of the Mississippi River Association of Baptists, Goggin's Creek Meeting-House, Tipton County, Western District of Tennessee, etc. Little Rock, Ark's. Terr.: 1833. Volume 5. 1-2-1 2
Minutes of the First Annual Meeting of the Mississippi River Baptist Association, Bethel Baptist Church, Wilkinson County, Miss., etc. Clinton: 1843. Volume 5. 1-2-2 2
Minutes of the Missouri Baptist Association, Friendship Church, Charette Village, Montgomery County, Missouri, etc. St. Charles: 1820. Volume 7. 1-2-3 3
Minutes of the Missouri Baptist Association, Feefe's Creek Meeting-House, 1822. Volume 7. 1-2-4 3
Minutes of the Missouri Baptist Association, Feefe's Creek Meeting-House, St. Louis County, Missouri, etc. St. Louis: 1824. Volume 7. 1-2-5 3
Minutes of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Baptist Association, Feefe's Creek Meeting House, St. Louis County, Missouri, 1830. Volume 7. 1-2-6 3
Minutes of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Baptist Association, St. John's Meeting House, Franklin County, MO., 1831. Volume 7. 1-2-7 3
Minutes of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Baptist Association, Feefe's-Creek M.H., St. Louis County, Mo., 1833. Volume 7. Minutes of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Baptist Association 1-2-8 3
Minutes of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Baptist Association, Goshen Meeting House, St. Louis County, Missouri, 1835. Volume 7. 1-2-9 3
Minutes of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Missouri District Association, Friends to Humanity; Swashen Church, Jefferson County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1840. Volume 7. 1-3-0 3
Minutes of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Feefe's Creek Church, St. Louis County, Missouri, 1836. Volume 7. 1-3-1 3
Minutes of the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Feefe Creek Baptist Church, St. Louis County, Missouri, 1837. Volume 7. 1-3-2 3
Minutes of the Twenty-First Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Goshen Baptist Church, St. Louis County, Missouri, etc. Upper Alton: 1838. Volume 7. 1-3-3 3
Minutes of the Twenty-Second Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Fefe Creek Church. St. Louis County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1840. Volume 7. 1-3-4 3
Minutes of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Salem Church, St. Louis County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1842. Volume 7. 1-3-5 3
Minutes of the Twenty-Sixth Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Antioch Church, St. Louis County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1843. Volume 7. 1-3-6 3
Minutes of the Twenty-Seventh Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, FeeFee Creek Church, St. Louis Co., Mo., etc. Saint Louis: 1845. Volume 7. 1-3-7 3
Minutes of the Twenty-Eighth Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Salem Church, St. Louis County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1845. Volume 7. Minutes of the Twenty-Ninth Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association 1-3-8 3
Minutes of the Thirty-First Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Chesterfield Church, St. Louis County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1848. Volume 7. 1-3-9 3
Minutes of the Thirty-Second Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Antioch Baptist Church, St. Louis County, Mo., etc. St. Louis: 1849. Volume 7. 1-4-0 3
Minutes of the Thirty-Third Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Feefe Baptist Church, Saint Louis County, Mo., etc. Saint Louis: 1850. Volume 9. 1-4-1 3
Minutes of the Thirty-Fourth Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Second Baptist Church, Saint Louis, MO., etc. Saint Louis: 1851. Volume 7. 1-4-2 3
Minutes of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the Missouri United Baptist Association, Salem Baptist Church, Saint Louis County, etc. Saint Louis: 1852. Volume 7. 1-4-3 3
Minutes of the Mohecan Baptist Association, Mohecan Church, Wayne County, 0., etc. Wooster, 0.: 1824. Volume 8. 1-4-4 3
Minutes of the Mohecan Association of Baptists, Ebenezer Church, Wayne County, Ohio, etc. Mansfield, Ohio: 1825. Volume 8. 1-4-5 3
Minutes of the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Mohican Regular Baptist Association, Sandyville, Tusc's. Co. 0., etc. Massillon: 1836. Volume 8. (2 copies) 1-4-6 3
Minutes of the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Monongahela Regular Baptist Association, Pleasant Grove Church, Washington County, Pennsylvania, etc. Waynesburg, Penn.: October...1848. Volume 2. Minutes of the Fouteenth Anniversary of the Monongahela Baptist Association 1-4-7 3
Minutes of a Convention, Mount Gillead Church, Montgomery Co., Ark., etc. Arkadelphia, Ark.: 1854. Volume 6. 1-4-8 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Concord Meeting House on the Teat Saline, Cooper County, State of Missouri, 1820. Volume 7. 1-4-9 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Salem Meeting House, etc. 1822. Volume 7. 1-5-0 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Pisgah Meeting-House, etc. Franklin, Mo.: 1823. Volume 7. 1-5-1 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Little Bonne Femme Meeting-House, Boon County, Missouri, etc. Franklin: 1824. Volume 7. (2 copies) 1-5-2 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Zion Meeting House, Howard County, Missouri, etc. Franklin, Mo.: 1825. Volume 7. 1-5-3 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Vernon Meeting-House, Boon County, Missouri, etc. Fayette, Mo.: 1826. Volume 7. 1-5-4 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Pleasant Meeting House, Howard County, Missouri, etc. Fayette, Mo.: 1827. Volume 7. (2 copies) 1-5-5 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Chariton Meeting House, Howard County, Missouri, 1828. Volume 7. 1-5-6 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Gilead Meeting House, Howard County, 1829. Volume 7. 1-5-7 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Araratt Meeting House, Howard County, Mo., 1831. Volume 7. 1-5-8 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Moriah Meeting House, Howard Co., Mo., etc. Fayette, Mo.: 1832. Volume 7. 1-5-9 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant United Baptist Association, Mount Hermon Meeting House, Howard County, Mo., 1833. Volume 7. 1-6-0 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Association, Mount Gilead Meeting House, Howard County, Mo., 1842. Volume 7. 1-6-1 3
Minutes of the Mt. Pleasant Association of United Baptists, Friendship Meeting House, Howard County, Mo., 1843. Volume 7. 1-6-2 3
Minutes of the Mt. Pleasant, United Baptist, Association, Dover Meeting-House, Randolph County, Missouri, 1834. Volume 7. 1-6-3 3
Minutes of the Mount Pleasant United Baptist Association, Walnut Grove Meeting House, Boone County, Missouri, 1838. Volume 7. 1-6-4 3
Minutes of the Mt. Pleasant United Baptist Association, Mt. Gilead Meeting-House, Howard Co., Mo. 1839. Volume 7. (2 copies) 1-6-5 3
Minutes of the Mt. Pleasant United Baptist Association, Bethlehem Meeting House, Boone Co., Mo., 1841. Volume 7. (2 copies) 1-6-6 3
Minutes of the Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Mt. Pleasant Association of United Baptists, Keytesville, Chariton Co., Mo., etc. Glasgow, Mo.: 1851. Volume 7. 1-6-7 3
Organization of the Mount Vernon Baptist Association, Phillips and St. Francis Counties, Arkansas, etc. Memphis: 1853. Volume 6. 1-6-8 3
Minutes of the First Anniversary of the Mount Vernon Baptist Association, Phillips County, Arkansas, etc. Helena: 1854. Volume 6. 1-6-9 3
Minutes of a Convention, Mount Zion Church, Hempstead County, Arkansas, 1848. Volume 6. 1-7-0 3
Minutes of the Mulberry Gap Association of United Baptists, Little Sycamore Meeting House, Claiborne County, Tennessee, etc. Knoxville: 1842. Volume 4. 1-7-1 3
Minutes of the Mulberry Gap Association of United Baptists, Deep Spring Meeting House, Lee County, Virginia, September, 1843. Volume 4. 1-7-2 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Friendship Church, Licking County, (Ohio), etc. Columbus, Ohio: 1815. Volume 8. 1-7-3 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Washington, Coshocton Co., 0., etc. Columbus: 1816. Volume 8. 1-7-4 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Dr. Joseph Denman's, Wayne Township, Knox County, (Ohio), etc. Mount Vernon, (0.): 1817. Volume 8. 1-7-5 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Baptist Meeting-House, Salt Creek, Muskingum County, (Ohio,) etc. Zanesville, 0.: 1819. Volume 8. (2 copies) 1-7-6 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Union Meeting House, Perry County, Ohio, etc. Zanesville, 0.: 1821. Volume 8. 1-7-7 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Hopewell Meeting-House, Perry County, Ohio, etc. Zanesville: 1822. Volume 8. 1-7-8 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Lexington Meeting-House, Perry County, Ohio, etc. Zanesville, Ohio: 1824. Volume 8. 1-7-9 3
Minutes of the Muskingum Baptist Association, Falls-of-Licking Church, Muskingum County, Ohio, 1825. Volume 8. 1-8-0 3
Minutes of the First Anniversary of the New Cape Girardeau Baptist Association, Pleasant Grove Church, Perry County, Mo., 1841. Volume 7. 1-8-1 3
Minutes of Second Anniversary of the New Cape Girardeau Baptist Association, Swamp Church, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, etc. Cape Girardeau, Missouri: 1842. Volume 7. 1-8-2 3
Minutes of the Fourteenth Anniversary of the New Cape Girardeau Association; Wolf Island Church, Mississippi County, Mo., etc. Cape Girardeau: 1854. Volume 7. 1-8-3 3
Proceedings of the New-Hampshire Baptist State Convention, New-London, N.H., etc. Concord: 1850. Volume 1. 1-8-4 3
Minutes of the Twenty-Eighth Anniversary of the New Jersey Baptist Association, Haddonfield, etc. Burlington: 1839. 1-8-5 1
Minutes of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the New Jersey Baptist Association, Camden, etc. Burlington: 1846. Volume 1. 1-8-6 3
No. 12. Minutes of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Baptist State Convention; and of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Baptist Education Society, New Brunswick Baptist Church, etc. Philadelphia: 1841. Volume 1. 1-8-7 3
No. 19. Minutes of the New Jersey Baptist State Convention, and the New Jersey Baptist Education Society, etc. Philadelphia: 1848. Volume 1. 1-8-8 3
Minutes of the Sixty Second Anniversary of the York Baptist Association, Baptist Meeting-House in South Berwick, etc. Kennebunk: 1838. Volume 1. 1-8-9 3
Proceedings at the Seventeenth Anniversary of the Nolachucky Association of United Baptists, Blackwell's Branch Church, Grainger County, East Tennessee, etc. Knoxville: 1844. Volume 4. 1-9-0 3
Minutes of the First Annual Meeting of the North Grand River United Baptist Association, Church at Locust Creek, 1842. Volume 7. 1-9-1 3
Minutes of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the North Grand River United Baptist Association, Chillicothe, Livingston County, Mo., etc. Chillicothe, Mo.: 1853.Volume 7. (3 copies) 1-9-2 3
Minutes of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the North Liberty Association, of United Baptists, Pleasant Grove Church, Platte County, Mo., etc. Platte City: 1847. Volume 7. 1-9-3 3
Minutes of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the North Liberty Association of United Baptists, New Salem Church, Daviess Co., Mo., etc. Liberty, Mo.: 1850. Volume 7. 1-9-4 3
Minutes of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the North Liberty Association of United Baptists, Providence Church, Clay County, Missouri, etc. Richmond, Mo.: 1853. Volume 7. 1-9-5 3
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Session of the Northern Association of United Baptists, Zion Hill Meeting House, Anderson County, Tennessee, etc. Knoxville: 1842. Volume 4. 1-9-6 3
Constitution of the Ohio Association. Portsmouth, (0.): 1820. Volume 8. 1-9-7 4
Minutes of the Ohio Association of Baptists, Tigert's Creek Church, 1821. Volume 8. 1-9-8 4
Minutes of the Ohio Association of Baptists; Symms Creek Meeting House, Lawrence County, Ohio, 1825. Volume 8. 1-9-9 4
Minutes of the 16th Anniversary of the Ohio Baptist Association, Sandfork Church, Gallia County, Ohio, 1836. Volume 8. 2-0-0 4
Minutes of the 18th Anniversary of the Ohio Baptist Association, Bloom Church, Scioto County, Ohio, etc. Camden: 1838. Volume 8. 2-0-1 4
Minutes of the Twentieth Anniversary of the Ohio Baptist Association, Hale's Creek Church, etc. Portsmouth, Ohio: 1840. Volume 8. 2-0-2 4
Periodical No. 22. Minutes of the Twenty-Second Anniversary of the Ohio Baptist Association, Ohio Church, etc. Portsmouth, Ohio: 1842. Volume 8. 2-0-3 4
Minutes of the Twenty-Eighth Anniversary of the Onondaga Baptist Association, Baptist Church in Elbridge, etc. Syracuse: 1852. Volume 1. 2-0-4 4
Minutes of the Ouachita Baptist Association, Catahoula Church, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, etc. New-Orleans, La.: 1844. Volume 9. 2-0-5 4
Minutes of the Oxford Regular Baptist Association, Sugar Creek, Montgomery Co., Ohio, 1836. Volume 8. 2-0-6 4
Minutes of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Panola Baptist Association, Enon Church, Panola County, Miss., etc. Nashville: 1849. Volume 5. 2-0-7 4
Minutes of the Thirteenth Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Baptist Convention, and the Tenth of the Pennsylvania Baptist Education Society, Brownsville Baptist Church, Fayette County, etc. Philadelphia: 1849. Volume 2. (2 copies) 2-0-8 4
Minutes of the Fourteenth Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Baptist Convention, and the Tenth of the Pennsylvania Baptist Education Society, Eleventh Baptist Church, Philadelphia, etc. Philadelphia: 1850. Volume 2. 2-0-9 4
Minutes of the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Baptist Convention, with the Pottsville Baptist Church, Schuylkill Co., Pa., etc. Philadelphia: 1852, Volume 2. 2-1-0 4
Minutes of the Pearl River Baptist Association, Fair River Church, Laurence County, State of Mississippi, etc. Monticello: 1820. Volume 5. 2-1-1 4
Tri-Jubilee, Minutes of the 150th Anniversary of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, with the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia, etc. Philadelphia: 1857. Volume 2. 2-1-2 4
< a href="http://dl.mospace.umsystem.edu/umsl/islandora/object/umsl%3A218105"> Minutes of the Platte River Association of Regular Baptists, with the Union Church, Buchanan County, Mo., 1843. Volume 1. 2-1-3 4
Minutes of the Portage Regular Baptist Association, Garrettsville, Ohio, etc. Ravenna, Ohio: 1836. Volume 8. (2 copies) 2-1-4 4
Minutes of the Portage Association, Baptist Meeting-House, 1838. Volume 8. 2-1-5 4
Minutes of the Portage Baptist Association, Southington, 1839. Volume 8. 2-1-6 4
Periodical. Number 9. Minutes of the Portage Baptist Association, with the Church in Bedford, etc. Ravenna, Ohio: 1840. Volume 8. 2-1-7 4
Minutes of the Powell's Valley Association of United Baptists, Hinds' Creek Meeting House, Anderson County, Tennessee, 1837. Volume 4. 2-1-8 4
Minutes of the Red River Baptist Association; Cave Spring Meeting House, Robertson County, (Ten.), etc. Russellville, (Ky.): 1816. Volume 4. 2-1-9 4
Minutes of the Red River Baptist Association, Ha1fpone Meeting-House, Robertson County., (Ten.), etc. Russellville, K.: 1817. Volume 4. 2-2-0 4
Minutes of the 31st Red River Baptist Association, Spring Creek of Red River Meeting House, Robertson County, Ten., 1837. Volume 4. 2-2-1 4
Minutes of the Second Annual Meeting of the Red River Regular Baptist Association, Pleasant Hill Chu(r)ch, Ouachita County, Ark., etc. Arkadelphia: 1850. Volume 6. 2-2-2 4
Minutes of the Third Annual Meeting of the Red River Regular Baptist Association, with Mine Creek Church, Hempstead County, Arkansas, etc. Arkadelphia, Ark.: 1851. Volume 6. 2-2-3 4
Minutes of the Redstone Baptist Association, Tenmile, Washington County, Pennsylvania, etc. Morgantown, Va.: 1807. Volume 2. 2-2-4 4
Minutes of the Redstone Baptist Association; Uniontown Fayette County, Pennsylvania, etc., 1808. Volume 2. 2-2-5 4
Minutes of the Redstone Baptist Association, Uniontown, etc., 1814. Volume 2. 2-2-6 4
Minutes of the Redstone Baptist Association, Big Redstone, Fayette County, (Penn.), etc. Pittsburgh: 1815. Volume 2. 2-2-7 4
Minutes of the Redstone Baptist Association, Ruffs' Creek, Greene County, Pa., etc., 1821. Volume 2. 2-2-8 4
Minutes of the Regular Baptists Association, Spring Creek M. H. Hardiman County, Ten., 1836. Volume 4. 2-2-9 4
Minutes, Constitution and Rules of Decorum, of the Regular Baptist Association, Owl Creek Harmony Association, with the Wayne Church, Knox County, Ohio, etc. Mount Vernon, Ohio: 1836. Volume 8. 2-3-0 4
Minutes of the Thirty-Eighth Anniversary of the Rensselaerville Baptist Association, Baptist Church of Duanesburgh and Florida, Schenectady Co., etc. Coxsackie: 1836. Volume 1. 2-3-1 4
Minutes of the Richland Creek Baptist Association, Sugar Creek Meeting-House, Limestone County, Alabama, etc. Pulaski, Ten.: 1841. Volume 4. 2-3-2 4
The Thirteenth Session of the Rocky Bayou Baptist Association, New Hope Church, Lawrence County., Arkansas, etc. Batesv1lle, Arkansas: 1853. Volume 6. 2-3-3 4
Minutes of the Rocky Bayou Baptist Association. Fifteenth Session, with Pilgrims' Rest Church, Independence County, Arkansas, etc. Batesville: 1855. Volume 6. 2-3-4 4
No.7 -Periodical. Minutes of the Seventh Anniversary of the Rocky River Baptist Association, Westfield, Medina County, Ohio, etc. Cleveland: 1838. Volume 8. 2-3-5 4
No.9, Periodical. Minutes of the Ninth Anniversary of the Rocky River Baptist Association, Richfield, Summit County, Ohio, etc. Cleveland: 1840. Volume 8. 2-3-6 4
Minutes of the 3rd Annual Round Lick Baptist Association, Round Lick Meeting House, Wilson County, Tenn., 1839. Volume 4. 2-3-7 4
Minutes of the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Sac River Association of United Baptists, Union Church, 1844. Volume 7. 2-3-8 4
Minutes of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Sac River Association of United Baptist, Mout Pisgah Church, Dade County, Mo., etc. Springfield, Mo.: 1850. Volume 7. 2-3-9 4
Minutes of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Sac-River Association of United Baptists, with Crisp Prairie Church, Polk County, Missouri, 1851. Volume 7. 2-4-0 4
Minutes of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the St. Francis River Baptist Association; St. Francis County, Ark., 1853. Volume 6. 2-4-1 4
Minutes of the Twentieth Session of the Salem Association of United Baptists; Round Lick, Wilson County, Tennessee, 1843. Volume 4. 2-4-2 4
Minutes of the Salem Baptist Association, Tupper's Plains, Athens County, Ohio, etc. Cincinnati: 1836. Volume 8. 2-4-3 4
Minutes of the Seventh Annual Session of the Saline Regular Baptist Association: Mine Creek Church, Hempstead County, Arkansas, 1843. Volume 6. 2-4-4 4
Minutes of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Saline Regular Baptist Association, with Brownsville Church, Dallas County, Ark's., etc. Little Rock: 1848. Volume 6. 2-4-5 4
Minutes of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Saline Regular Baptist Association, with Spring Hill Church, Jefferson County, Arkansas, etc. Little Rock, Ark.: 1852. Volume 6. 2-4-6a 4
Minutes of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Saline Regular Baptist Association, with Spring Hill Church, Jefferson County, Arkansas, etc. Little Rock, Ark.: 1852. Volume 6. 2-4-6b 4
The Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the Saratoga Baptist Association, Baptist Church, Stillwater, etc. Saratoga Springs: 1839. Volume 1. 2-4-7 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Pleasant Run, County of Fairfield, State of Ohio, 1814. Volume 8. 2-4-8 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Pike County, State of Ohio, etc. Chillicothe: 1815. Volume 8. 2-4-9 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Salt Creek, Pickaway County, Ohio, etc. Chillicothe: 1816. Volume 8. 2-5-0 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Pleasant Run Meeting House, Fairfield County, (Ohio), etc. Chillicothe: 1817. Volume 8. 2-5-1 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Union Meeting House, Salt-Creek, Pickaway County, Ohio, etc. Chillicothe: 1819. Volume 8. 2-5-2 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Meeting House in Big Bottom, Pike County, Ohio, etc. Chillicothe: 1820. Volume 8. 2-5-3 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Baptist Meeting House, Old Town, Ross County, Ohio, etc. Chillicothe: 1822. Volume 8. 2-5-4 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Baptist Meeting House, Pleasant Run, Fairfield County, (Ohio,) etc. Chillicothe: 1825. Volume 8. 2-5-5 4
Minutes of the Scioto Baptist Association, Baptist Meeting House, Deer Creek, Ross County, Ohio, etc. Chillicothe: 1826. Volume 8. 2-5-6 4
Minutes of the Serepta Baptist Association, Falling Creek, Georgia, Elbert County, etc., 1816. Volume 1. 2-5-7 4
Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Convention, Augusta, Georgia, etc. Richmond: 1845. Volume 3. 2-5-8 4
Proceedings of the Convention of South-Western Baptists, Columbus, Mississippi, etc. Aberdeen, Mississippi; 1839. Volume 5. 2-5-9 4
Minutes of the Spring River Baptist Association; Richland Meeting-House, Richland, etc. Little Rock, A.T.: 1831. Volume 6. 2-6-0 4
Minutes of the Fourth Anniversary of the Spring River Baptist Association, with New-Hope Church, Lawrence County, A.T., etc. Little Rock, A.T.: 1833. Volume 6. 2-6-1 4
Minutes of the Sixth Anniversary of the Spring River Baptist Association, with the Little North Fork Church, Izard County, A.T., etc. Little Rock, A.T.: 1835. Volume 6. 2-6-2 5
Minutes of the Stillwater Baptist Association, in the Forks of Little Muskingum, Monroe, County, (0.), etc. Cadiz, Ohio: 1819. Volume 8. 2-6-3 5
Minutes of the Stillwater Baptist Association, Stillwater Meeting House, Belmont County, Ohio, etc. Cadiz, Ohio: 1821. Volume 8. 2-6-4 5
Minutes of the Stillwater Baptist Association, Wills Creek, Guernsey County, Ohio, etc. Cadiz, Ohio: 1822. Volume 8. 2-6-5 5
Minutes of the Stillwater Baptist Association, Harmony Meeting House, Monroe County, Ohio, etc. Cadiz, Ohio: 1825. Volume 8. 2-6-6 5
Minutes of the Formation and Proceedings of the Stones' River Association, Ridge Meeting House, Wilson County, Tennessee, etc. Murfreesborough, Tennessee: 1837. Volume 4. 2-6-7 5
Minutes of the Fifth Stone's River Association, Overall's M.H., Rutherford County, Tenn., August, 1841. Volume 4. 2-6-8 5
Minutes of the Eighth Annual Stone's River Association, Bethlehem Meeting-House, Rutherford County, Tenn., etc. Nashville: 1844. Volume 4. /td> 2-6-9 5
Minutes of the Straight Creek Baptist Association, Circular Letter, etc. West-Union: 1817. Volume 8. 2-7-0 5
Minutes of the Straight Creek Association, Soldier Run Meeting-House, County of Adams and State of Ohio, etc. Williamsburgh, Ohio: 1814. Volume 8. 2-7-1 5
Minutes of the Straight Creek Baptist Association, Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio, 1815. Volume 8. 2-7-2 5
Minutes of the Straight-Creek Baptist Association, Bethel Meeting-House, Highland County, Circular Letter, etc. Hillsborough, (0.): 1820. Volume 8. 2-7-3 5
Minutes of the Straight-Creek Baptist Association, Job Haigh's Brush-Creek Church, Highland County, Circular Letter, etc. Hi1lsborough, (O.): 1821. Volume 8. 2-7-4 5
Minutes of the Straight-Creek Baptist Association, Bethel Meeting-House, Highland County, Circular Letter, etc. Hillsborough, (0.): 1822. Volume 8. 2-7-5 5
Minutes of the Straight-Creek Baptist Association, New-Market Meeting-House, Highland County, Ohio; Circular Letter, etc. Hillsborough, (O.): 1825. Volume 8. 2-7-6 5
Minutes of the Strait Creek Regular Baptist Association, New Market Church, Highland County, Ohio, etc. West-Union, Ohio: 1836. Volume 8. 2-7-7 5
Minutes of the Sixth Annual Session of the Sweet-Water United Baptist Association, Tellico, Madisonville, Monroe County, East Tennessee, etc. Madisonville: 1836. Volume 4. 2-7-8 5
Minutes of the Thirteenth Annual Session of the Sweet-Water United Baptist Association, Sweet-Water Church, Monroe County, E. Ten., etc. Madisonville: 1843. Volume 4. 2-7-9 5
The Fifth Session of the Taunton Baptist Association, First Baptist Church in Swansea, etc. Providence: 1840. Volume 1. 2-8-0 5
Minutes of the Tennessee Association of United Baptists, Mouth of Richland, Grainger County, E. Tennessee, etc. Knoxville: 1841. Volume 4. 2-8-1 5
Minutes of the Todd's Fork Baptist Association, Olive Branch Meeting House, Clinton County, Ohio, etc. Wilmington, 0.: 1836. Volume 8. 2-8-2 5
Minutes of a Convention of United Baptists, with the New Hope Church, Clay County, Missouri, 1844. Volume 7. 2-8-3 5
Minutes of the Union Association, Meeting-House of the Bayou-Pierre Church, Claiborne County, State of Mississippi, etc. Port-Gibson: 1820. Volume 5. 2-8-4 5
Minutes of the Union Baptist Association, County Line Church, Copiah County, Miss., etc. Raymond: 1840. Volume 5 2-8-5 5
Minutes of the Fifth Anniversary Meeting of the Union Baptist Association, Plum Grove Church, Fayette County, Texas, etc. Washington: 1844. Volume 4. 2-8-6 5
Minutes of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Vermont Baptist Convention, with the Church in Townshend, (sic) etc. Brattleboro: 1850. Volume 1. 2-8-7 5
Minutes of the Eighty-Seventh Anniversary, Warren Association, with the First Baptist Church in South- Kingstown, etc. Providence: 1854. Volume 1. 2-8-8 5
Minutes of West Tennessee Baptist Association, New Hope, Hickman County, Ten., etc. Nashville: 1841. Volume 4. 2-8-9 5
Organization of the White River Arkansas Baptist Convention, Sept. 14, 1850. Batesville, Arkansas: 1850. Volume 6. 2-9-0 5
Proceedings of the Fourth Anniversary of the White River Arkansas Baptist Convention, Izard County: Antioch Baptist Church, etc. Batesville, Arkansas: 1853. Volume 6. 2-9-1 5
Proceedings of the Fifth Anniversary of the White River Arkansas Baptist Convention, Batesville Baptist Church, etc. Batesville, Arkansas: 1854. Volume 6. 2-9-2 5
Minutes of the Second Anniversary of the White River Baptist Association: with Mount Pleasant Church, Izard County, State of Arkansas, 1842. Volume 6. 2-9-3 5
Minutes of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Wills Creek Baptist Association, Tomaka Church, Coshocton County, 0., etc. Zanesville, 0.: 1845. Volume 8. 2-9-4 5
Minutes of the First Anniversary of the Wooster Regular Baptist Association, Meeting House of the Baptist Church, Massillon, 0., etc. Wooster: 1840. Volume 8. 2-9-5 5
Minutes of the Eighth Anniversary of the Zoar Regular Baptist Association, North Township, Harrison County, Ohio, etc. Cadiz: 1834. Vo1ume 8. 2-9-6 5
Minutes of the Fourteenth Anniversary of the Zoar Regular Baptist Association, with the Harmony Church, Monroe County, Ohio, etc. St. Clairsville, Ohio: 1840. Volume 8. 2-9-7 5
Series 2: Other Pamphlets on Miscellaneous Subjects Folder Box
Adams, John. To the Hon. John Quincy Adams, and the Other Twenty Members of Congress. ..The Annexation of Texas to the American Union. Houston, Texas: October 20, 1843. 0-0-1 6
Adams, Nehemiah, D.D. Sermon, "The Power of Christian Gratitude, “Utica, New York, September 11, 1855, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting, etc. Boston: 1855. 0-0-2 6
Allen, Thomas. "Japan and the Expedition Thereto of the United States: A Discourse, Missouri Historical Society, Jefferson City, December 22, 1852, etc. St. Louis: 1853. 0-0-3 6
Twenty-Fourth Report of the American Baptist Home Mission Society at the Anniversary Held in New York, etc. New York: 1856. 0-0-4 6
Constitution of the American Bible Society Formed by a Convention of Delegates, New-York, May, 1816; Address to the People of the United States, etc. New York: 1816. 0-0-5 6
Brief View of the Plan and Operations of the American Bible Society, 1836. 0-0-6 6
Twentieth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, Appendix, Correspondence, etc. New York: 1836. 0-0-7 6
Extracts from the Correspondence of the American Bible Society, No. 33. January, 1840. 0-0-8 6
Twenty-Fifth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, Appendix, Addresses, Correspondence, etc. New York: 1841. 0-0-9 6
Twenty-Eighth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, Appendix, Addresses, Correspondence, etc. New York: 1844. 0-1-0 6
Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, Appendix, Addresses, Correspondence, etc. New-York: 1845. 0-1-1 6
Thirtieth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 14, 1846, Appendix, Addresses, Correspondence, etc. New-York: 1846. 0-1-2 6
Thirty-Third Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 11, 1849, Appendix, Addresses, etc. New York: 1849. 0-1-3 6
Thirty-Fourth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 9, 1850, Appendix, Addresses, etc. New York: 1850. 0-1-4 6
Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 8, 1851, Appendix, Addresses, etc. New York: 1851. 0-1-5 6
Thirty-Ninth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 10, 1855, Appendix, Correspondence, etc. New York: 1855. 0-1-6 7
Address of the Managers of the American Bible Society, to its Auxiliaries, Members, and Friends, in Regard to a General Supply of the United States With the Sacred Scriptures, etc. New York: 1856. 0-1-7 7
Fortieth Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 8, 1856, Appendix, etc. New York: 1856. 0-1-8 7
Forty-First Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 14, 1857, Appendix, etc. New York: 1857. 0-1-9 7
Addresses at the Celebration of the Forty-First Anniversary of the American Bible Society. New York: 1857. 0-2-0 7
Forty-Second Annual Report of the American Bible Society, May 13, 1858, Appendix, etc. 0-2-1 7
Fourth Annual Report of the American Bible Union, October 6, 1853, Meeting-House, First Baptist Church, New-York City; Constitution, Minutes of Annual Meeting, Addresses, etc. New York: 1853. 0-2-2 7
Fifth Annual Report of the American Bible Union, October 5, 1854, Meeting-House of the First Baptist Church, New-York City; Constitution, Minutes of Annual Meeting, Addresses, etc. New York: 1854. 0-2-3 7
Third Report of the Directors of the American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry, September 30, 1818. Andover: 1818. 0-2-4 7
Fourth Report of the Directors of the American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry, September 29, 1819. Andover: 1819. 0-2-5 7
Fifth Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, October 4, 1820. Andover: 1820. 0-2-6 7
Sixth Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, October 3, 1821. Andover: 1821. 0-2-7 7
Seventh Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, October 2, 1822. Andover: 1822. 0-2-8 7
Eighth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, 1823. 0-2-9 2
Ninth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, September 29, 1824. Boston: 1824. 0-3-0 7
Tenth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, May, 1826. Andover: 1826. 0-3-1 8
Eleventh Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, 1827. Andover: 1827. 0-3-2 8
Twelfth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, May 8, 1828. Andover: 1828. 0-3-3 8
Fourteenth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, etc. New York: 1830. 0-3-4 8
Sixteenth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1832. Boston: 1832. 0-3-5 8
Seventeenth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1833. Boston: 1833. 0-3-6 8
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1834, etc. Boston: 1834. 0-3-7 8
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1835, etc. Boston: 1835. 0-3-8 8
Twentieth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1836, etc. Boston: 1836. 0-3-9 8
Twenty-First Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1837, etc. Boston: 1837. 0-4-0 8
Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1838, etc. Boston: 1838. 0-4-1 8
Twenty-Third Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1839, etc. Boston: 1839. 0-4-2 8
Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1840, etc. Boston: 1840. 0-4-3 8
Twenty-Fifth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1841, etc. Boston: 1841. 0-4-4 8
Twenty-Sixth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1842, etc. Boston: 1842. 0-4-5 8
Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1843. Boston: 1843. 0-4-6 8
Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1845. Boston: 1845 0-4-7 8
Thirtieth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York, May, 1846. Boston: 1846. 0-4-8 8
Thirty-First Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1847. Boston: 1847. 0-4-9 9
Thirty-Second Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May, 1848. Boston: 1848. 0-5-0 9
Thirty-Third Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May 28, 1849. Boston: 1849. 0-5-1 9
Thirty-Fourth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May 27, 1850. Boston: 1850. 0-5-2 9
Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May 26, 1851. Boston: 1851. 0-5-3 9
Thirty-Sixth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Education Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, May 24, 1852. Boston: 1852. 0-5-4 9
Concise History of the Commencement, Progress and Present Condition of the American Colonies in Liberia. Washington: 1839. 0-5-5 9
Twenty-Sixth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States, etc. Washington: 1843. (With Map of Liberia) 0-5-6 9
Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the American Colonization Society. Washington: 1844. 0-5-7 9
Tables Showing Number of Emigrants and Recaptured Africans sent to the Colony of Liberia by the Government of the United States, with Census, etc. Washington: 1845. 0-5-8 9
Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the American Colonization Society, January 20th, 1852. 0-5-9 9
Sixth Annual Report of the American and Foreign Christian Union, at Their Anniversary, May 8, 1855, Broadway Tabernacle, New-York. New York: 1855. 0-6-0 9
American Geographical and Statistical Society and Chamber of Commerce Committee Report -Request Federal Government to Establish a Uniform System of Weights and Measures. (Decimal principle) 0-6-1 9
Discourse Before the American Baptist Home Mission Society, Annual Meeting, Calvert-Street Baptist Church, Baltimore, April 27, 1841, by Stephen Chapin, D.D. 0-6-2 9
The Twenty Second Report of the American Home Missionary Society, Anniversary Meeting, May 10, 1848, Appendix, etc. New York: 1848. 0-6-3 9
The Thirtieth Report of the American Home Missionary Society, Anniversary Meeting, May 7, 1856, Appendix, etc. New York: 1856. 0-6-4 9
Report on the Twenty-Fifth Exhibition of American Manufactures, Philadelphia, November, 1856, by The Franklin Institute, with Catalogue and Address by Henry D. Gilpin, Esq., etc. Philadelphia: 1857. 0-6-5 9
Report on the Twenty-Sixth Exhibition of American Manufactures, Philadelphia, November, 1858, by The Franklin Institute, with Catalogue of the Articles Deposited to October 15, 1858. Philadelphia: 1858. 0-6-6 9
The Platform and Principles of the American Party, Regular Meeting of the National Council, Philadelphia, June 9, 1855. Address to the People of the State of Missouri, Jefferson City, December 10, 1855. Jefferson City: 1855. 0-6-7 9
Action of the State Council of the American Party in Missouri, 1855. 0-6-8 9
The American Sunday-School Magazine. April, 1829, Vol. VI -13. II A Voice from Ohio. II 0-6-9 9
The Ninth Annual Report of the American Sunday-School Union, May 21, 1833. Philadelphia: 1833. 0-7-0 10
The Twenty-First Annual Report of the American Sunday- School Union, etc. Philadelphia: 1845. 0-7-1 10
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Annual Meeting of the Missouri Auxiliary Bible Society, Missouri Tract Society and Missouri Sunday School Society, October, 1837, etc. St. Louis: 1838. 3-0-4 15
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Young Men's Christian Association, Occasional Paper, No. III; Report of the General Conference Held in Paris, August, 1855. London: 1856. 4-6-6 20
Second Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 2, 1840. Hartford: 1840. 4-6-7 20
Third Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 1, 1841. Hartford: MDCCCXLI (1841). 4-6-8 20
Fourth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 7, 1842. Hartford: 1842. 4-6-9 20
Eighth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 6, 1846. Hartford: 1846. 4-7-0 20
Ninth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 1, 1347. Hartford: 1847. 4-7-1 20
Tenth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 6, 1848. Hartford: 1848. 4-7-2 20
Eleventh Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 5, 1849. Hartford: 1849. 4-7-3 20
Twelfth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 4, 1850. Hartford: 1850. 4-7-4 20
Thirteenth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Institute, Hartford, June 3, 1851. Hartford: 1851. 4-7-5 20
Second Annual Report of the Directors of the Young Men's Library Association of Worcester, April, 1855, etc. Worcester: 1855. 4-7-6 20
Young, John. Christian Unity; A Discourse on the primitive Constitution of Christian Churches; Trenton, August 6, 1843, etc. Trenton: 1843. 4-7-7 20
Young, R. M. To the Democratic Party of Illinois, September 26, 1842. Quincy, Illinois: 1842. 4-7-8 20
Benton, Mr., of Missouri. Speech on the Bill to Graduate the Price of the Public Lands. Washington: 1826. (Peck notation on first page of text.) 4-7-9 20
Bird, Fitzgerald, of Georgia. Inaugural Dissertation of the Sanguinaria Canadensis of Linnaeus, etc. New York: 1822. 4-8-0 20
Casey, Zadok. Address, To His Constituents of the Second Congressional District of the State of Illinois. Washington City: 1841. 4-8-1 20
Chervin, Dr. Nicholas. Remarks on the Resolution Adopted by the Board of Health of the City of New-York, on the 6th of Nov., etc. New-York: 1821. 4-8-2 20
Comstock, J. L. M.D. Examination of Drs. Miner and Tully's Essays on Fevers, etc., with Observations on Their Doctrines and Practice. Hartford: 1824. 4-8-3 20
Easton, Rufus. Notes and Observations on the Bill Supplementary to the “Act for the Final Adjustment of Land Titles in the State of Louisiana and Territory of Missouri. Washington: 1816. (Peck notation on tip.) 4-8-4 21
Fair Play is a Jewell. Review from the American Medical Recorder. New-York: 1819. 4-8-5 21
Gallup, Joseph A., M.D. Pathological Reflections on General Diseased Action, Vermont Medical Society,October 15, 1819. Montpelier, Vt.: 1819. 4-8-6 21
Gallup, Joseph A., M. D. Pathological Reflections on the Supertonic State of Disease, Vermont Medical Society, Montpelier, October 10, 1822, etc. Montpelier, Vt.: 1822. 4-8-7 21
Hare, Robert, M.D. Strictures in Reply to Remarks on the Calorimotor, In the American Medical Recorder, etc. Philadelphia: 1820. 4-8-8 21
Hare, Robert, M.D. Strictures on a Publication Entitled, "Clark's Gas Blowpipe," etc. Philadelphia: 1820. 4-8-9 21
Hosack, David, M. D. Observations on Febrile Contagion and on Improving the Medical Police of the City of New-York, November, 1820, etc. New-York: 1820. 4-9-0 21
Jackson, James, M. D. Discourse on Fever; Massachusetts Medical Society, Annual Meeting, June, 1818, etc. Boston: 1818. 4-9-1 21
Logan, John A., of Franklin County. Remarks in the House of Representatives of Illinois, January 12-13th, 1857, Upon Gov. Bissell's Inauguration. Springfield, Ill.: 1857. 4-9-2 21
Marks, Elias, of Charleston, South-Carolina. Inaugural Dissertation Being a Conjectural Inquiry into the Relative Influence of the Mind and Stomach, May 2, 1815, etc. New-York: 1815. 4-9-3 21
Miner, Thomas, M.D., and Tully, William, M.D. Examination of the Strictures in the New-England Journal, October, 1823, and in the North-American Review, October, 1823, on Essays on Fevers, &c. Middletown, (Conn.): 1823. 4-9-4 21
Mitchell, Samuel L., M.D. & P. Address to the Officers Composing the Medical Staff, in the State of New-York, etc. New-York: 1820. 4-9-5 21
Osgood, Daniel, M.D. Letter on the Yellow Fever of the West Indies, etc. New-York: 1820. 4-9-6 21
Pennell, Richard. Inaugural Essay on Bilious Typhus in the City of New-York in the Summer and Autumn of 1820, etc. New-York: 1821 4-9-7 21
Richardson, Thomas S., Goode, G. W., and Frost, C. H. Report of the Committee Appointed by the Governor to Examine into the State and Condition of the Bank of the State of Missouri, etc., to the Eighteenth General Assembly. Jefferson City, Missouri: 1855. 4-9-8 21
Sewall, Thomas, M.D. Lecture, Columbian College, Opening of Medical Department, district of Columbia, March 30, 1825, etc. Washington City: 1825. 4-9-9 21
Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to the Nineteenth General Assembly of the State of Illinois, 1855. Springfield: 1854. 5-0-0 21
Sweetser, William, M.D. Dissertations on Cynanche Trachealis or Croup; and on Functions of the Extreme Capillary Vessels in Health and Disease, etc. Boston: 1823. 5-0-1 21
Series 3: Railroad and Transportation Related Pamphlets Folder Box
An Act to Incorporate the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad Company. St. Louis: 1852. 0-0-1 22
An Act to Incorporate the Springfield and Alton Turnpike Road Company. [Alton?]: 1833. 0-0-2 22
An Act to Secure the Completion of Certain Railroads in the State of Missouri. Jefferson City: 1855. 0-0-3 22
Address of the Railroad Convention, Which Assembled at Hannibal. St. Louis: 1855. 0-0-4 22
Address of the Young Men's Democratic Whig Association, of St. Louis, To Their Whig Brethren of Missouri. St. Louis: 1852. 0-0-5 22
Address to the People of the Southern and Western States, and More Particularly to Those of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Missouri. (Southern and Western Railroad Convention.) New Orleans: l851. 0-0-6 22
Benton, Thomas Hart. Discourse of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, Before the Boston Mercantile Library Association on the Physical Geography of the Country Between the States of Missouri and California, with a View to Show its Adaptation to Settlement, and to the Construction of a Railroad. Washington: 1854. 0-0-7 22
Benton, Thomas Hart. Letter from Col. Benton To the People of Missouri. Central National Highway From the Mississippi River to the Pacific. Washington: 1853. 0-0-8 22
Benton, Thomas Hart. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, on the Pacific Railroad Bill... Washington: 1855. 0-0-9 22
By-laws and Rules of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad; Members of the Board of Directors and Standing Committees, and List of Officers for 1857. St. Louis: 1857. 0-1-0 22
The Charter of the Pacific Railroad. St. Louis: 1851. 0-1-1 22
Charter of the Pacific Railroad, By-Laws and Rules of the Board of Directors, Members of the Standing Committees, etc. St. Louis: 1852. 0-1-2 22
Charter of the Springfield and Alton Turnpike or Rail - Road Company. Alton, Ill.: 1835. 0-1-3 22
Charter of the Warsaw and Rockford Railroad Company, with Reports of Engineers and Statistics of Business on the Mississippi River, Above the Lower Rapids. St. Louis: 1853. 0-1-4 22
The Charters of the Ohio and Mississippi Rail Road Companies; Direct Route from St. Louis Through Vincennes to Cincinnati. St. Louis: 1851. 0-1-5 22
The Charters of the Ohio and Mississippi Rail Road Companies; Direct Route from St. Louis, Through Vincennes to Cincinnati. St. Louis: 1853. 0-1-6 22
Commercial Suggestions to the Citizens of Cleveland and Ohio City Concerning the Cleveland and St. Louis Rail Road. Cleveland: 1854. 0-1-7 22
The Committee on Public Lands, to Whom Were Referred a Memorial of Citizens of Indiana, Praying the Construction of a National Railroad from the Mississippi to the Columbia River; the Memorial of Asa Whitney, Suggesting the Means and Submitting a Proposition for the Construction of Such Road from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, Report... Washington: 1846. 0-1-8 22
Extract from the Report of the Hon. William Kinney, Commissioner of the Second Judicial Circuit, and President of the Board of Public Works of the State of Illinois. [Belleville, Ill.?]: 1838. 0-1-9 22
First Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company... Nashville: 1848. 0-2-0 3
First Annual Report to the Board of Directors of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company Chartered by the State of Texas. New York: 1856. 0-2-1 22
Hall, Wm. Moseley. Speech...in Support of His Resolutions, Which Passed Unanimously, in Favor of a National R. Road to the Pacific, on the Plan of Geo. Wilkes. Chicago: 1847. 0-2-2 22
Inspectors' Report, Office of Inspectors of Penitentiary. [Jefferson City?]: 1854. 0-2-3 22
Kirkwood, James P. Report on Guage of Track to Board of Directors of Pacific Railroad, Missouri. St. Louis: 1854. 0-2-4 22
Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting the Report of the Board of Internal Improvement, Upon the Subject of a National Road from the City of Washington to New Orleans. Washington: 1826. 0-2-5 22
Message From the Governor of Missouri, Returning to the Senate, With His Objections, the Bill Entitled, "An Act to Secure the Completion of Certain Railroads in This State.” Jefferson City: 1855. 0-2-6 23
Message of Governor Sterling Price, Returning to the House of Representatives With His Objections, the Bill to Incorporate the Platte Country Railroad Company. Jefferson City, Mo.: 1855. {2 copies} 0-2-7 23
Miller, Edward. Address Delivered, By Request, Before a Railroad Meeting of the Citizens of Cooper County at Boonville, Mo., April 3, 1858. St. Louis: 1858. 0-2-8 23
Miller, Edward. The Highway of Nations. The Great National Pacific Railroad. Philadelphia: [n.d.] 0-2-9 23
Notices of the Harbor at the Mouth of the Columbia River by the Commander and Other Officers of the Exploring Expedition. [Washington?]: [1846?] 0-3-0 23
Pacific Railroad Commenced. Address of Thomas Allen, Esq., of St. Louis, to the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad Company. St. Louis: 1850. 0-3-1 23
Peyton, John L. Suggestions on Railroad Communication With the Pacific, the Trade of China and the Indian. Islands... Chicago: 1853. 0-3-2 23
A Practicable Route For the Pacific Railroad. Letter From Richard H. Kern to W. M. Gwin. Washington: 1853. 0-3-3 23
Preliminary Proceedings. Call to North Missouri, St. Louis and New Orleans Railroad Convention. St. Louis: 1852. 0-3-4 23
Proceedings of the Board of Directors of the Ohio & Mississippi Railroad Company. St. Louis: 1852. 0-3-5 23
Proceedings of the National Railroad Convention, Which Assembled in the City of St. Louis...Convention. St. Louis: 1850. 0-3-6 23
Prospectus of the Mississippi and Atlantic Rail-Road. From Terre Haute, Indiana, to St. Louis, Missouri. New York: 1852. 0-3-7 23
Prospectus of the Missouri Iron Company With the Acts of Incorporation. 1837. 2 copies. 0-3-8 23
Railroads in Missouri; Being a General Review of the Subjects Involved in the Consideration of a General System, Embracing Main Trunk Roads, State Credit, and Other Matters Pertinent Thereto. {With Missouri Map By Hutawa.} St. Louis: 1852. 0-3-9 23
Railroads of Missouri. Address to the Citizens of the State, From the Presidents of the Pacific Railroad, St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad, and North Missouri Railroad Companies. St. Louis: 1855. 0-4-0 23
The Railroads of Missouri. Being a Series of Editorial Articles on This Subject From the Missouri Republican. St. Louis: 1858. 0-4-1 23
Report of Mr. Curtis to the City Council of St. Joseph. [Map.] St. Louis: 1853. 0-4-2 23
Report of the Board of Public Works, Made to the Governor of the State of Missouri. Jefferson City, Mo.: 1855. 0-4-3 23
Report of the Board of Public Works and State Engineer, Upon the Condition of the Various Railroad Companies of This State to the Governor. Jefferson City, Mo.: 1857. 0-4-4 23
Report of the Board of Public Works, Upon the Condition of the Various Railroad Companies of This State, to the Governor. (2 copies) Jefferson City, Mo.: 1857. 0-4-5 23
Report of the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. (Senate). Washington: 1846. 0-4-6 23
Report of the Committee on Public Lands. (Senate) Washington: 1846. 0-4-7 23
Report of the Committee to Examine Into and Report Upon the Condition of the Various Railroad Companies in the State of Missouri. Jefferson City, Mo.: 1855. 0-4-8 23
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on the Subject of Public Roads and Canals; Made in Pursuance of Resolution of Senate... Philadelphia: 1308. 0-4-9 23
Report on the Iron Mountain Rail Road. St. Louis: 1838. 0-5-0 24
Reports of the President, Land and Fiscal Agents and Chief Engineer of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. St. Louis: 1854. 0-5-1 24
Reports of the President, Land and Fiscal Agents and Chief Engineer of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. St. Louis: 1855. (2 copies) 0-5-2 24
Second Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad Company, and the Report of the Engineers. St. Louis: 1854. 0-5-3 24
Speech of Charles D. Drake, of St. Louis, at the Banquet Given in the City of Baltimore. New York: 1857. 0-5-4 24
Speech of Hon. Benjamin W. Grover...Upon the Substitute, Entitled" An Act to Complete Certain Railroads in This State." Jefferson City, Mo.: 1855. 0-5-5 24
Speech of Hon. Henry S. Geyer, of Missouri,...on the Bill Granting Land to the State of Iowa in Aid of Constructing Certain Railroads. Washington: 1852. 0-5-6 24
Statement of the Pacific Railroad to the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Missouri. [St. Louis?]: 1857. 0-5-7 24
Veto Message, and the Bill to Secure the Completion of Certain Railroads in the State of Missouri With the Speeches of Ayes and Noes. Jefferson City, Mo.: 1855. 0-5-8 24
Whipple, Wm. P. and Shipman, Jas. I. Report of an Experimental Survey of That Portion of the Northern Cross Rail-Road Extending From Quincy to Meredosia. Quincy, Ill.: 1850. 0-5-9 24
An Act to Authorize the Formation of Railroad Associations and to Regulate the Same. Approved February 24, 1853. St. Louis: 1853. 0-6-0 24
Second Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad. St. Louis, Mo.: 1852. 0-6-1 24
Third Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad. St. Louis, Mo.: 1853. 0-6-2 24
Third Annual Report of the Pacific Railroad to the Secretary of the State of Missouri, Year Ending November 30, 1854. St. Louis. 0-6-3 24
Sixth Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad to the Stockholders. St. Louis: 1856. (Includes Map, St. Louis to Western Boundaries of State, South of Osage River - Act to Pacific Railroad Co.) SW Branch. 0-6-4 24
Eighth Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad, to the Stockholders. St. Louis: 1858. 0-6-5 24
Report on Guage {Gauge} of Track to Board of Directors o£ Pacific Railroad, Missouri, James P. Kirkwood, Chief Engineer, St. Louis, June 27, 1851. St. Louis: 1854. 0-6-6 24
First Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad; and the Report of the Chief Engineer Upon the Preliminary Surveys. St. Louis: 1851. (Includes Map St. Louis - to Western Line of Missouri - Experimental Lines Surveyed 1850.) 0-6-7 24
Memorial of the President and Directors of the Pacific Railroad. Jefferson City: 1852. (Includes Map - State of Missouri - Different Railroad Routes Surveyed by Pacific Railroad Comp'y. December, 1852.} 0-6-8 24
Report of the Committee Appointed by the Directors of the Pacific Railroad to Investigate the Causes of the Accident at Gasconade Bridge. St. Louis: 1855. 0-6-9 24
Memorial of the President and Directors of the Pacific Railroad. Jefferson City: 1852. (Includes Map - Missouri - Railroad Routes Surveyed by Pacific Railroad Comp'y., December, 1352.) 0-7-0 24
United States of America, Documents Exhibiting the Organization, Condition and Relations of the Pacific Railroad of the State of Missouri. New York: 1853. (Includes Map of United States; and Territories.) 0-7-1 24
Pacific Railroad Commenced. Address of Thomas Allen, Esq., of St. Louis, to the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad Company, First Meeting, January 31, 1850; Memorial to Congress and Act of Incorporation. St. Louis: 1850. 0-7-2 24
Series 4: Autographs Series ID Number
Barry, James G. 0-0-1
Barton, David 0-0-2
Baty, Ed W. 0-0-3
Benton, Thomas H. (2) 0-0-4
Birney, J. C. 0-0-5
Boggs, Silburn W. (Mo. Gov.) (2) 0-0-6
Brannan, John 0-0-7
Brent, Robert 0-0-8
Brown, Richard (2) 0-0-9
Browne, Thomas C. 0-1-0
Buford, John 0-1-1
Butler, Thomas (Wrote History of Ky.) 0-1-2
Caldwell, In. A. 0-1-3
Campbell, Joel 0-1-4
Carpenter, M. 0-1-5
Cartin, Tho. 0-1-6
Chambers, Wm. 0-1-7
Chouteau, Henry 0-1-8
Churchill, E. 0-1-9
Clack, I. 0-2-0
Clemand, J. A. M. C. 0-2-1
Combs, Alfred 0-2-2
Cook, D. P. 0-2-3
Cook, John 0-2-4
Cowles, Alfred 0-2-5
Dent, L. (Mrs. Gen Grant's Father) 0-2-6
Douglass, S. H. 0-2-7
Edwards, N. 0-2-8
Ely, Ezra Stiles 0-2-9
Ewing, W. L. D. 0-3-0
Ford, Thomas 0-3-1
Gamble, H. R. (2) 0-3-2
Geyer, H. L. (Sen.) 0-3-3
Giddings, Salmon C. 0-3-4
Goforth, W. G. 0-3-5
Green, Duff 0-3-6
Greenup, Wm. C. 0-3-7
Harrell, H. W. (1st Episcopal Minister in St. Louis) 0-3-8
Jenkins, A. M. 0-3-9
Lane, Wm. Carr 0-4-0
Leman, James Junior 0-4-1
Lincoln, A. (2) 0-4-2
Lindell, Peter 0-4-3
Linder, U. F. 0-4-4
Lippincott, Thos. 0-4-5
Lockwood, Sam D. 0-4-6
Lucas, John B. C. 0-4-7
Lum, L. J. 0-4-8
Madison, Geo. 0-4-9
Malcom D. 0-5-0
Marshall, In. 0-5-1
Mason, James 0-5-2
McDougall, J. D. 0-5-3
McHenry, Tho. L. 0-5-4
McHenry, William 0-5-5
McKee, Wm. T. 0-5-6
Messinger, John 0-5-7
Miller, Alex 0-5-8
Miller, John 0-5-9
Morris, I. N. 0-6-0
Morris, Robert 0-6-1
Peck, E. W. 0-6-2
Post, Gustus (2) 0-6-3
Ranney, N. 0-6-4
Reynolds, John 0-6-5
Riggs, Romulus 0-6-6
Ross, Leonard 0-6-7
Scammon, J. Young 0-6-8
Seaton, G. T. 0-6-9
Semple, James 0-7-0
Shields, I. W. 0-7-1
Slade, W. 0-7-2
Smith, In. 0-7-3
Thomas, M. 0-7-4
Tillson, John 0-7-5
Trumball, John 0-7-6
Turney, James -- See: Reynolds, John
Whiteside, John D. 0-7-7
Wright, In. 0-7-8
Young, Richard M. 0-7-9
Unidentified (4) 0-8-0
Series 5: Previously Catalogued Items with Evidence of Peck Ownership Series ID No. Catalog
Number
The Baptist Almanac and Annual Register For the Year of Our Lord 1847. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1847. 0-0-1 AA/B22
Harris, William. Mormonism Portrayed; Its Errors and, Absurdities Exposed, and the Spirit and Design of its Authors Made Manifest. Warsaw, Ill.: Sharp & Gamble, 1841. (Bears ownership inscription on tip, J. M. Peck, Rockspring, Ill.) 0-0-2 BZZMo/H24
Document Containing the Correspondence, Orders, etc., in Relation to the Disturbances With the Mormons; and the Evidence Given Before the Hon. Austin A. King, Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Missouri, etc. Fayette, Mo.: Boon's Lick Democrat, 1841. (Traces of Peck's ownership inscription on the tip. Gift notation on Mercantile Bookplate.) 0-0-3 BZZMo/M69
Lee, John. An Attempt to Show the Nature and Design of C Baptism From the Word of God. Belleville, Ill.: P. B. Fouke, 1842. 0-0-4 CSB/L51
Cusick, James N. The Collection of Sacred Songs For the Use of the Baptist Native Christians of the Six Nations. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1846. 0-0-5 CW/C96
Rock Spring Baptist Church. Records and Minutes in Two Parts (Volumes) Bound in One Record Book Dated Between 1829 and 1849. Vol. 1 Contains 172 Pages of Manuscript Text in Peck's Hand. Vol. 2 Contains 49 Pages. (Notes, tip and in correspondence included. Remarks on the founding of this early Baptist Church in St. Clair County, Ill. Names of early pioneers of Illinois.) 0-0-6 DKB896R6/R6
The China Mission Advocate. Vol. I, No.2. Louisville, Ky.: Eliot, 1839. (Bears ownership inscription on front cover wrapper, J. M. Peck, Rockspring, Ill.). Also: Volume 1, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, each catalogued separately and bearing Peck inscriptions. 0-0-7 DS66/7C539/v.1, no.2/(Feb. 1839)
Proceedings of the Western Baptist Convention Held in Cincinnati, Ohio. Louisville, Ky.: J. Eliot & Co.'s Power Press, 1842. (Bears a Rockspring, Illinois, ownership inscription on tip.) 0-0-8 DS83/W52
Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the American Indian Mission Association. Louisville: Monsarrat's Power Press, 1845. Bound With Fourth, Sixth, Eighth, Ninth Reports. (Bears a Rockspring, Illinois, ownership record on front cover wrapper.) 0-0-9 DS83/8A51
Hinton, Isaac Taylor. A Discourse Delivered In the Baptist Church, Chicago, November 26, 1837, Occasioned by the Murder of the Rev. E. P. Lovejoy. Chicago: B. H. Clift, 1837. (Back cover wrapper bears ownership inscription, Elder J. M. Peck, Rockspring, Ill. 0-1-0 E194/H59
Anderson, John Richard. Sermon on the Life, Character, and Death of Rev. John B. Meachum, Late Pastor of the First African Baptist Church, Saint Louis, Mo. Saint Louis: Charles, 1854. 0-1-1 EM4587/A
Sprague, William B. A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of the Hon. Silas Wright, Late Governor of the State of New York. Albany: Pease, 1847. (Inscribed: "Rev. J. M. Peck with the Author's Kind Regards".) 0-1-2 EW8932/576
An Account of the Further Proceedings at the India House...with Remarks on a Pamphlet Later Published, Entitled, "Observations on the East India Shipping... London: Payne, 1775. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-3 F696/H966
An Address to the Proprietors of East India Stock, InConsequence of the Errors and Mistakes in Some Late Publications, Relative to Their Shipping. London: Nourse, 1778. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, C J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-4 F696/H966
Brief and Candid Remarks on the Late Arrangements Made in the Shipping of the East-India-Company By an Old C and Experienced Proprietor. London: Becket, 1775. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-5 F696/H966
Brough, Anthony. Considerations on the Necessity of Lowering the Exorbitant Freight of Ships Employed in the Service of the East-India-Company. London: Robinson, 1786. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-6 F696/A966
Dalrymple. A Fair State of the Case Between the East India Company, and the Owners of Ships Now in Their Service. London: Bigg, 1786. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, .J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-7 F696/H966
Dangers and Disadvantages to the Public and East-India-Company From That Company's Building and Navigating Their Own Ships. London: Sewell, 1768. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-8 F696/H966
Every Merchant Not His Own Ship-Builder. Addressed to the Proprietors of India Stock. London: Murray, 1778. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-1-9 F696/H966
Huron. A Letter to Sir Richard Hotham, Knight, in Answer to His Reflections Upon East India Shipping. London: Murray, 1773. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) Catalog No. F696/H966. 0-2-0 F696/H966
Observations on East India Shipping; Being a Comparative View, etc. London: Nourse, 1774. (Bound with 9 other pamphlets, volume bearing ownership inscription, J. M. Peck, 1843.) 0-2-1 F696/H966
M'Coy, Isaac. Address to Philanthropists in the United States, Generally, and to Christians in Particular, on the Condition and Prospects of the American Indians. S.I.: 1831. 0-2-2 F804/M13
M'Coy, Isaac. The Annual Register of Indian Affairs Within the Indian (or Western) Territory. Shawanoe Mission, Ind. Ter.: 1835. (Bears ownership inscription on front cover wrapper, Rev. J. M. Peck, Rockspring, Illinois.) 0-2-3 F804/M13/an
M'Coy, Isaac. The Annual Register of Indian Affairs Within the Indian (or Western) Territory. Shawanoe Baptist Mission, Ind. Ter.: Pratt, 1837. (Cover wrapper bears inscription, "Western Pioneer, Upper Alton, Illinois.") 0-2-4 F804/M13/an
M'Coy, Isaac. Remarks on the Practicability of Indian Reform, Embracing Their Colonization; With an Appendix. New York: Gray and Bunce, 1829. 0-2-5 F804/M13/r
Tyson, Job R. Discourse on the Surviving Remnant of the Indian Race in the United States. Philadelphia: Waldie, 1836. (Cover wrapper bears ownership inscription "From Hon. S. Breese, Jan. 1848 -J. M. Peck) 0-2-6 F804/T98
Correspondence Between Gen. Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun...on the Subject of the Course of the Latter, in the Deliberation of the Cabinet of Mr. Monroe, on the Occurrency in the Seminole War. Washington: Duff Green, 1831. (Typed library slip notation before the first page of text, "Bequest of James Mason Peck." 0-2-7 F80781/J13
War Department, Office of Indian Affairs. Inquiries, Respecting the History, Present Condition and Future Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States. (Bears inscription on cover wrapper, J. M. Peck, Presentation copy from, the Bureau of Indian Affairs.) 0-2-8 F809/U5/i
Oregon, The Cost, and the Consequences. By a Disciple of the Washington School. Philadelphia: 1846. (Bears notations in Peck's hand, including an ownership inscription on the tip.) 0-2-9 F943/H22
Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Wabash College and Teachers' Seminary. Crawfordsville, Ia.: Snyder & Holmes, 1837. (Bears inscription on tip, Rev'd J. M. Peck.) 0-3-0 IXW11/C
Rock-Spring Theological and High School. Records and Minutes. (99 pages of manuscripts in Peck's hand, dated 1827-1831. Concerning the establishment of a school for boys and girls in pioneer St. Clair County, Ill., by John Mason Peck.) Names, dates, events cited concerning the schools progress until closing in early 1830's. 0-3-1 IYC/R59
McBride, James. Symme's Theory of Concentric Spheres Demonstrating That the Earth is Hollow, Habitable Within, and Widely Open About the Poles, by a Citizen of the United States. Cincinnati: Morgan, Lodge and Fisher, 1826. (Inscribed on tip: J. M. Peck, 1826.) 0-3-2 MGA/M12
Webster, Daniel. An Address Delivered at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Bunker Hill Monument. Boston: Cummings, Hilliard, and Co., 1825. (Bears inscription on tip: J. M. Peck.) 0-3-3 4/W39/a
Burwell, Wm. M. Memoir Explanatory of the Transunion and Tehuantepec Route Between Europe and Asia. Washington: 1851. 0-3-4
Series 6: Other Peck Related Sources or Books By or About John Mason Peck in the Collections of the Mercantile Library: A Selected Bibliography Series ID No.
Boutros, David. "The West Illustrated: Meyer's Views of Missouri River Towns." State Historical Society of Missouri, Vol. LXXX, No.3 (April, 1986) pp. 304-320. 0-0-1
Buck, Solon J. Travel and Description, 1765-1865. Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library, Vol. IX. Bibliographical Scenes, Vol. II. Springfield, Ill.: Ill. State Historical Library, 1914. 0-0-2
Dana, Charles A. ed. The United States Illustrated in Views of City and Country. New York: Herrmann J. Meyer, n.d. [1853?] 7 chapters contributed by Peck. 0-0-3
Flanagan, John T. "The Destruction of an Early Illinois Library." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. XLIX, No.4 (written 1956) pp. 387-393. 0-0-4
Flanagan, John T.. "John Russell of Bluffdale." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. XLII, No.3 (Sept. 1949) pp. 272-291. 0-0-5
Flanagan, John T. "Letters of John Mason Peck." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. XLVII, No.3 (Autumn, 1954) pp. 264-297. 0-0-6
Flanagan, John T. "Six Letters by John Russell." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. XLIV, No.1 (Spring, 1951) pp. 31-46. 0-0-7
Gill, John G. "Elijah Lovejoy's Pledge of Silence." Bulletin of the Missouri Historical Society, Vol. XIV, No.2 (January, 1958) pp. 167-177. 0-0-8
Hayne, Coe. Vanguard of the Caravans: A Life-Story of John Mason Peck. Philadelphia: Judson Press, 1931. 0-0-9
Jennings, Helen Louise. John Mason Peck and the Impact of New England on the Old Northwest. University of Southern California, Ph.D., 1961 History Dissertation. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms. Contains the most thorough bibliography of Peck's work, to date. 0-1-0
Lawrence, Matthew. John Mason Peck, the Pioneer Missionary; A Biographical Sketch. New York: Fortuny's, 1940. 0-1-1
Peck, J. M. Annals of the West: Embracing a Concise Account of Principal Events, Which Have Occurred in the Western States and Territories From the Discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged from the First Edition by James H. Perkins. St. Louis: Albach, 1850. Catalog No. F89/P41/2. (Mercantile possesses three other copies including one in Barriger Collection LC/F35/P45; of the Peck [2nd] Edition, and one copy of the Perkins [1st] Edition.) 0-1-2
Peck, J. M. The Death of Eminent Men a Public Calamity. A Discourse in Reference to the Decease of the Late Governor of Illinois, Ninian Edwards. Rock-Spring, Ill.: Ashford Smith, 1834. EE266/P. (Possibly a copy owned by Peck.) 0-1-3
Peck, J. M. "Father Clark," or The Pioneer Preacher. Sketches and Incidents of Rev. John Clark, By an Old Pioneer. New York: Sheldon, Lampart & Blakeman, 1855. Catalog No. EC546/P33. (2 copies) 0-1-4
Peck, J. M. Forty Years of Pioneer Life. Memoir of John Mason Peck, D.D. Edited from His Journals and Correspondence by Rufus Babcock. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1864. Catalog 1-10. EP319/E11. 0-1-5
Peck, J. M. A Gazetteer of Illinois in Three Parts Containing a General View of the State; a General View of Each County; and a Particular Description of Each Town. Jacksonville: R. Goudy, 1834. Catalog No. G896/5P3. 0-1-6
Peck, J. M. A Gazetteer of Illinois in Three Parts, etc. (2nd ed.) Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, 1837. Catalog No. G896/5P3/3. 0-1-7
Peck, J. M. Historical References for the Valley of the Mississippi. Cincinnati: Williams, 1843. In American Pioneer, Vol. 2, No.6 (June, 1843) -No.7 (July, 1843) pp. 262-269, 314-323. 0-1-8
Peck, John Mason. Mormonism, One of the Delusions of Satan, Exposed. By a Friend of Truth. [Galena, Ill.?: s.n., 1835?] (Bound with Harris' Mormonism Portrayed [See Appendix 5]. Catalog No. B22MO/IT24. 0-1-9
Peck, J. M. A New Guide For Emigrants to the West, Containing Sketches of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois... Boston: Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1836. Catalog No. G89/P33. 0-2-0
Peck, J. M. A New Guide to the West, Containing Sketches of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois. Cincinnati: Anderson, 1848. Catalog No. G89/P33/2. 0-2-1
Peck, J. M. The Principles and Tendencies of Democracy; An Address Made in Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois, July Fourth, 1839. Belleville, Ill.: Cannon, 1839. Catalog No. JG/P33. (Possibly a copy owned by Peck.) 0-2-2
Peck, J. M. 1778, or, a Revolutionary Incident in Kaskaskia. Albany: Harrison; New York: Bell, 1847. In The Rainbow. (Peck 127, See Appendix 2.) 0-2-3
Peck, J. M. The Traveler's Directory for Illinois. New York: Cotton, 1839. Catalog No. G896/5P3/T. (Library possesses 2 copies.) 0-2-4
Peck, J. M. A Sermon, Preached at Edwardsville, Illinois, December 25, 1827, in Reference to the Death of Daniel P. Cook. Edwardsville, Ill.: R. K. Fleming, at the Office of the Illinois Corrector, 1828. Catalog No. EC769/P33. (With Peck Ownership Inscription, J. M. Peck, to be Preserved. 0-2-5
Reynolds, John. Friendship's Offering. A Sketch of the Life of Dr. John Mason Peck. Belleville, Ill.: Advocate, 1858. (Uncatalogued.) 0-2-6
Reynolds, John. The Pioneer History of Illinois Containing the Discovery in 1673, and the History of the Country to the Year Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen When the State Government was Organized. Belleville, Ill.: N.A. Randall, 1852. Peck wrote much of Chapter VI. 0-2-7
The Serpent Uncoiled: or A Full Length Picture of Universalism, By a Western Layman. With an Introduction and Notes by J. M. Peck. Revised Edition. Philadelphia; American Baptist Publication Society, 1846. Catalog No. C1UNV/S48. (Possibly a copy owned by Peck.) 0-2-8