|Title:||Henry Newman Salzburger letter books (reproductions)|
|Quantity:||1.2 Linear feet (8 volumes in 3 document boxes)|
|Abstract:||The collection pertains to the Salzburgers in Georgia and consists of Xerox copies of the Henry Newman Salzburger letter books as follows: outgoing letters, two volumes (unbound), incoming letters, three volumes (unbound), collections of disbursements, two volumes (unbound), miscellaneous, one volume (unbound). The first five volumes are included in the published volume edited by George Fenwick Jones and put out by the Wormsloe Foundation. The other three volumes are not included in the publication. A typed list which can be used as a partial index accompanies each volume. Explanatory letters are in working folder.|
Henry Newman, the New England born secretary of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge of London, provides documentation covering the period of the emigration from Salzburg, an ecclesiastical principality of the old Holy Roman Empire.
Arranged in chronological order.
Henry Newman Salzburger letter books (reproductions), 1732-1797. MS 93. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.
These items may not be photocopied.
Related materials available in the following collections of this repository: MS 739, Samuel Urlsperger, Detailed reports on the Salzburger emigrants who settled in America; MS 952, Letter to Sir John Philipps, 1734 Jan, 16; MS 1105, Salzburger settlement at Ebenezer.