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 Puritan Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Puritan Records was a United States based record label of the 1920s.
In 1922 the label was passed to the ownership of the Bridgeport Die and Machine Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut, which was also the owner of Broadway Records.
In 1925 the ownership changed again, to the New York Recording Laboratories of Port Washington, Wisconsin, the parent company of Paramount Records.
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 Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 Puritan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Puritan The Puritans were members of a group of radical Reformation.
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 About the Paramount Records Discography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Recordings which originally appeared on Paramount were routinely and systematically issued on the other labels, although Broadway and Puritan contain unique material as well.
This is a discography of the "race records" produced by the Paramount Record Co. of Port Washington during the 1920s and '30s.
Discusses the relationship of recordings on the Puritan label issued by the New York Recording Laboratories of Port Washington and those released by the Bridgeport Die and Machine Co. of Bridgeport, CT. Numerous photos of sample labels.
digicoll.library.wisc.edu /MillsSpColl/paramount/About.html   (1541 words)

  
 Puritan Mining Company
The records of the Puritan Mining Company are part of the records of Day Mines, Inc., donated to the University of Idaho by Henry Day in 1984 and 1985.
The original Puritan group consisted of the Puritan, Puritan Faction, and Ontario Fractional lode claims, approximately 37.5 acres, in the Placer Center Mining District.
The first series, Records of the Board of Directors and the Stockholders, includes: a minute book, 1905-1939; a folder of records relating to meetings for only 1931-1939, chronological; a folder containing a copy of the by-laws, dated May 1, 1905; and a folder of financial statements.
www.lib.uidaho.edu /special-collections/Manuscripts/dmginv/mg248.htm   (1096 words)

  
 Local History: Towns and Counties of 17th C. Massachusetts
This may be a partial explanation for the fact that most of the records for the earliest towns begin in 1633 or 1634 (although in some cases the first few leaves of the volume may have been lost).
The document in question is in fact a compilation of those vital records submitted to the county court by the towns of Suffolk County, beginning in 1644.
The Salem church records before December 1636 consist only of a rough list of church members, which includes only those persons who were members in later 1636; all those who had joined at an earlier date, but had died or moved away, are omitted from this list.
puritanism.online.fr /puritanism/towns.html   (3059 words)

  
 An Unforgiven Puritan -- Biography Rev. Stephen Bachiler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
It was he who mainly represented Puritanism at the Hampton Court conference of 1604, and it was at his suggestion and by his aid that the well-meaning but pedantic King James undertook that translation of the Bible which is today mainly used.
The Puritan faction grew steadily, and when in 1603 James of Scotland came to the throne great was the rejoicing among them, for it seemed that a Scotch King of England augured well for the victory of Presbyter versus Prelate.
At Salem was the arch Puritan, Hugh Peter; at Newtown the somber Thomas Shepherd; at Boston was John Wilson, whose natural benignity was overshadowed by his loyalty to the intolerant tenets he professed; at Roxbury John Eliot and Thomas Welde were in full accord with the narrower beliefs.
www.hampton.lib.nh.us /hampton/biog/bachilerunforgiven.htm   (8449 words)

  
 SORTING OUT PURITAN RECORDS: NEW YORK RECORDING LABORATORIES, WISCONSIN CHAIR CO., UNITED PHONOGRAPHS CORP., BD&M, AND ...
Puritan was registered as a trademark by the United Phonographs Corporation of Sheboygan and Port Washington, Wisconsin.
Puritan phonographs were high-priced, often bulbous-sided floor models fitted with an odd saxophone-shaped horn that wrapped around the record-storage bin to open at the cabinet bottom, near floor level.
Puritan records were first mentioned in a Puritan phonograph advertisement in the Talking Machine World for May 15, 1918, shortly after the introduction of the Paramount label from which it derived.
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 03.02.01: Death and Dying in Puritan New England: A Study Based on Early Gravestones, Vital Records, and other Primary ...
He finds that the Puritans increasingly were psychologically, morally, and spiritually isolated from a developing secularization of society, a result partially attributable to the growth of cities and the expansion of commerce.
This classroom activity makes use of a worksheet that has students record information as the various slides are viewed, including the name and age of the deceased, the date of death, any biographical information presented on the gravestone, the symbolism appearing on the stone, and its iconographic significance.
In my preliminary work with the 366 gravestone records for which I have age at time of death, I find that 57 gravestones (15.6% of total) were erected for those who died from birth to age 4 years, and that this is the single largest five year age category of the deceased.
www.yale.edu /ynhti/curriculum/units/2003/2/03.02.01.x.html   (9208 words)

  
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Judge Sewall records that one indignant dame "treated Captain Osgood very roughly on account of seating the meeting-house." To her the difference between a seat in the first and one in the second row was immeasurably great.
Thus, from old church and town records, we plainly discover that each laic, deacon, elder, criminal, singer, and even the ungodly boy had his alloted place as absolutely assigned to him in the old meeting-house as was the pulpit to the parson.
In many records I find that they were forced to preach and pray with their hands cased in woollen or fur mittens or heavy knit gloves; and they wore long camlet cloaks in the pulpit and covered their heads with skull caps--as did Judge Sewall--and possibly wore, as he did also, a _hood_.
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 Connecticut Puritan Settlers, 1633-1845 -- Genealogy Database for Family History Research
This database, originally published in 1848, is a collection of records regarding the first Puritan settlers in Connecticut.
It provides a list of over 1,000 who settled in the colony, including the date of their arrival in the colony, place of residence, and other helpful facts.
If you're looking for marriage records for your pre-1800 progenitors or death records for 20th century Connecticans, this CD is a great pl
www.familygeneologyrecords.com /db.asp?dbid=4513   (386 words)

  
 The Sabbath in Puritan New England, by Alice Morse Earle
In all the Puritan meetings, as then and now in Quaker meetings, the men sat on one side of the meeting-house and the women on the other; and they entered by separate doors.
The boys, the Puritan boys, those wild animals who were regarded with such suspicion, such intense disfavor, by all elderly Puritan eyes, and who were publicly stigmatized by the Duxbury elders as "ye wretched boys on ye Lords Day," were herded by themselves.
I like to think of those rows of sober-faced Puritan boys seated on the narrow, steep pulpit stairs, clad in knee-breeches and homespun flapped coats, and with round, cropped heads, miniature likenesses in dress and countenance (if not in deportment) of their grave, stern, God-fearing fathers.
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 D12 World Message Board - Em should've sign Royce
he alrdy has his own record, hosts nude hip hop honey's video's..
But I also heard he doesn't want to be in Eminem's shadow, and I heard that somewhere besides this thread.
Your character is who you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.
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 PURITANISM ON THE WEB
The aim is scientific and consequently I try to be as objective and reliable as possible, so that these pages can be helpful for other students of puritanism both in Old and New England, and mostly in the Seventeenth century, but also in the Sixteenth.
The Puritan Tradition and American Memory : an excellent scholarly article by Scott Atkins (University of Virginia), which focuses on reinterpretations of the Puritan past throughout American history.
Fire and Ice: Puritan Sermons : the name is eloquent: a site which contains a lot of sermons and guides you to sites of interest (especially on specific divines).
puritanism.online.fr   (1604 words)

  
 Sabbath in Puritan New England by Alice Morse Earle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Sabbath in Puritan New England by Alice Morse Earle
Strange and grotesque decorations did the outside of the earliest meeting-houses bear,--grinning wolves' heads nailed under the windows and by the side of the door, while splashes of blood, which had dripped from the severed neck, reddened the logs beneath.
In Salem and in Ipswich, in 1640, any man who brought a living wolf to the meeting-house was paid fifteen shillings by the town; if the wolf were dead, ten shillings.
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 1920 to 1930's 78 RPM Puritan Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Cylinder records and early 78 RPM disc records - From 1890 to about 1929 - Most of these disc records are one-sided
1920 to 1930's 78 RPM Record Labels are wanted
PostWar (1940's-1960's) Labels often issued records in both 45 and 78 RPM formats are wanted
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 Puritan Records at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 liveDaily Community - 2004 is another year of Aftermath/Shady and G-Unit records
2004 is another year of Aftermath/Shady and G-Unit records
Hey puritan....do you think that Obie will be dropped from Shady Records since his album didn't do well?
I read some threads on D12 World and peeps were laughing at the fact that Obie didn't factor so well....I can't wait for the new D12 album - it's about time!
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 eBay.co.uk - records rare, Records, CDs, Music Memorabilia items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Benidorm LP Record Made In Spain Rare 1974 
BARBEL very rare 12 inch INDIE Imaginary records 
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 Connecticut Puritan Settlers, 1633-1845
Sources A Catalogue of the Names of the First Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut.
Click Here to Search This Database on Ancestry.com
Link Description and Source text are copyright of Ancestry.com
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 List of advertising slogans Details, Meaning List of advertising slogans Article and Explanation Guide
"Comparison With the Living Artist Reveals No Difference" - Edison Records
"Each Record a Masterpiece" - Van Dyke Records
"If it's a King, It's a Hillbilly -- If it's a Hillbilly, it's a King" - King Records
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