Mount St. Mary's College and Seminary Records
Scope and Content
Chiefly correspondence. Correspondents include John Dubois, Simon Gabriel Bruté, Guy Ignatius Chabrat, SS, Henry Conwell, John Baptist David, SS, John England, Edward Dominic Fenwick, OP, Benedict Joseph Flaget, SS, John Joseph Hughes, Francis Patrick Kenrick, Gabriel Richard, and James Whitfield. Also correspondence from the Sulpician priests in the Kentucky missions, 1810-1834.
- Mount St. Mary's College (Emmitsburg, Md.) (Organization)
Founded in September 1808 by Rev. John Dubois; second oldest Catholic college and second oldest Catholic seminary in the country. By December of 1808 Dubois had affiliated himself with the Society of St. Sulpice, and in 1811 control of the college was transferred to the Sulpicians. In 1826 they ceded all control back to Dubois. That same year he was elected Bishop of New York.
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- Bruté, Simon, 1779-1839.
- Catholic universities and colleges Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Chabrat, Guy Ignatius, 1787-1868.
- Conwell, Henry, 1748-1842.
- David, John Baptist Mary, 1761-1841.
- Dubois, John, 1764-1842.
- England, John, 1786-1842.
- Fenwick, Edward Dominic, 1768-1832.
- Flaget, Benedict Joseph, 1763-1850.
- Hughes, John, 1797-1864.
- Kenrick, Francis Patrick, 1797-1863.
- Mount Saint Mary's College (Emmitsburg, Md.).
- Richard, Gabriel, 1767-1832.
- Sulpicians -- United States -- History. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Universities and colleges -- History. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Universities and colleges -- Maryland. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Whitfield, James, 1770-1834.
- Mount St. Mary's College and Seminary Records
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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