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Zion Church and Frierson Settlement in Maury County, Tennessee, 1850.

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Creator: Putnam, A. W. (Albigence Waldo)
Collection number: 809
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Abstract: An address by A. W. Putnam, presented to the Tennessee Historical Society in 1850, on the history of the Zion Presbyterian Church and the Frierson Settlement, both in Maury County, Tenn., founded by South Carolinians in 1805.

Repository: Southern Historical Collection

Collection Highlights: The history of a Presbyterian church and community founded by South Carolinians in Maury County, Tennessee, in the 1800s. Included is an account of admitting “black people” to the sacrament of the church. Typed transcript.

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