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Hezekiah Harvey papers, A1055

Identifier: A1055


  • 1843 - 1893

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Collection is open for research.

Biographical Note

Born in Hulven England on November 27, 1821, Hezekiah Harvey was an ordained minister and professor of ecclesiastical history and theology. He graduated from Madison University in 1845 and the Hamilton Theological Seminary in 1847. After his ordination in Homer, New York, on August 30, 1849, he preached in both Homer and Hamilton. He began his career as a professor at the Hamilton Theological Seminary in 1857, and received a Doctor of Divinity from Colby College in 1862. After a life teaching and preaching in Hamilton, Harvey died there on June 28, 1893. His publications include Lectures on Pastoral Theology (1875), The Church, Its Polity and Ordinances (1879), The Paster, his Qualifications and Duties (1879), and A Course in New Testament Interpretation (1888-89).


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Guide to the Hezekiah Harvey papers
Sharlene Disla and Sarah Keen
October 25, 2011
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Part of the Special Collections and University Archives, Colgate University Libraries Repository

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