|Contributions||Scholarly Resources, inc., Massachusetts Historical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
The Gale Microform collection is one of the world's largest microform archives of exclusive primary source materials in fields of study that include the humanities, social sciences, and international news. Boston overseers of the poor records, Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Scope and Contents: This collection contains 1, indentures that document the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Boston efforts to manage the children of the poor by placing them in house-holds where these children would have food, clothing, and shelter and receive a basic education in exchange for their labor. While the majority of the children were bound out to do . The Eighteenth Century Records of the Boston Overseers of the Poor book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Eighteenth-Century.
The Records of the Boston Overseers of the Poor, by Eric Guest Nellis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Massachusetts History Society holds the original "Boston Overseer of the Poor Records, " (hereafter BOPR). Recently the Colonial Society of Massachusetts published the transcribed Over seer of the Poor records for the eighteenth century; see Eric Nellis and Anne. The records of the Boston Overseers of the Poor provide “a useful example of the cultural intentions of earlier Puritan communal and civic values and the blending over time of Puritan charitable intentions and the eventual public responsibility for the management of the poor in Boston. Most of the original boards were lost along with the titles and descriptions of most of the contents. The manuscripts were subsequently microfilmed in 15 reels as part of the MHS program of document preservation. In the MHS produced a Guide to the microfilmed and catalogued manuscripts.” (see Boston Overseers of the Poor Records,
Volume The Eighteenth-Century Records of the Boston Overseers of the Poor Order through UVAP or Amazon Volume The Printed Catalogues of . Calef's name does not come up in the records of the witchcraft trials of and, according to his book, his interactions with the Mathers began in Boston in September , with most of the writing of the book and compilation of trial records complete by From , Calef was an overseer of the poor. The Eighteenth-Century Records of the Boston Overseers of the Poor constitutes the collection of the earliest and most complete set of records pertaining to poor relief in early America. In a substantial introduction, the editor Eric Nellis describes the process by which the Overseers. Boston Town Records--Records of the Overseer of the Poor: Vertical file, Mss Car Mss This folder includes the notes of Boston's Overseer of the Poor made between and In his writings, he describes the situation of various individuals, including a number of women.