Henry Martyn Dexter

Henry Martyn Dexter (August 13, 1821 – November 13, 1890), American Congregational clergyman and author, was born in Plympton, Massachusetts.

He graduated at Yale in 1840 and at the Andover Theological Seminary in 1844; was pastor of a Congregational church in Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1844-1849, and of the Berkeley Street Congregational church, Boston, in 1849-1867; was an editor of the ''Congregationalist'' in 1851-1866, of the ''Congregational Quarterly'' in 1859-1866, and of the ''Congregationalist'', with which the ''Recorder'' was merged, from 1867 until his death in New Bedford, Massachusetts. He was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1869.

He was an authority on the history of Congregationalism and was lecturer on that subject at the Andover Theological Seminary in 1877-1879; he left his fine library on the ''Puritans in America'' to Yale University. Provided by Wikipedia
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Author: Williams, Roger, ca. 1606-1683.
Published 1881
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Author: Bradford, William, 1588-1657.
Published 1896
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Author: Church, Benjamin, 1639-1718.
Published 1865
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Published 1865
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