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Finding Aid to the William A. Scott Papers, 1830-1885
BANC MSS C-B 360  
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Correspondence; church records; diaries, mainly of European trips; accounts; clippings re the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1856; manuscripts of articles and sermons. Mainly concerning the Presbyterian church in California, Louisiana and New York.
William Anderson Scott was born on January 31, 1813 and received a license to preach when he was seventeen. He later attended Cumberland College, took his degree at Princeton Theological Seminary and was ordained by the Presbytery of Louisiana and Arkansas; he was elected president of the Seminary at Nashville and served as pastor at the Hermitage Church on the estate of Andrew Jackson.
Number of containers: 11 boxes, 4 oversize folders Linear feet: 4.6 Number of microfilm reels: 6
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Collection is open for research.