Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors American Colony (Jerusalem)
Spafford, Horatio Gates
Dates 1882
Location Jerusalem
Palestine
Language English
Subjects American Colony in Jerusalem
American Protestantism
Bible
Christian Life
Christian Sects
Diaries
History
Jerusalem
Jews
Manuscripts
Messianism
Millennialism
Ottoman Empire
Palestine
Prohecies
Religious Pilgrimages
Religious Thought
Spafford, Horatio G.
Title
Diary of Horatio Gates Spafford
Contributor Names
American Colony (Jerusalem)
Spafford, Horatio Gates, 1828-1888 (Author)
Created / Published
Unpublished journal, 1882
Subject Headings
-  Spafford, Horatio G., 1828-1888
-  American Protestantism
-  Religious thought
-  Jerusalem--Religious pilgrimages
-  Millennialism--Palestine--History
-  Christian life
-  Bible--Prohecies--Jerusalem
-  American Colony in Jerusalem
-  Messianism
-  Jews--Palestine
-  Christian sects--Ottoman Empire
-  Manuscripts
-  Diaries
-  Palestine -- Jerusalem
Genre
Manuscripts
Diaries
Notes
-  Personal and religious introspection and notes on events in the first year of residence in Jerusalem of the American Colony founder. Sporadic handwritten entries in printed day-by-day diary, in ink and pencil. Blank pages not included in scanning.
-  Spafford wrote "Jerusalem, Syria" in his diary, referring to the large Eastern Mediterranean region of the Levant (which encompassed a large territory that later came to include the modern states of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories).
Medium
diary 6 1/8" x 4 1/8" closed
Call Number
Part I, Box 1, Folder 16: American Colony in Jerusalem
Source Collection
American Colony in Jerusalem Collection
Repository
Manuscript Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mamcol.021


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