Dedication services of the Goshen Cong. Church, Goshen, Conn. from Norwich Bulletin Dec. 28 1899

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Goshen is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut. During the 18th century,Goshen was a farming, and later, prosperous business community. The town manufactured musket rifles during the American Revolution.


The church in Goshen Congregational Church is a daughter church from the first church in Lebanon, and was organized Nov. 26th, A.D. 1729. The people living in the south part of the community wished to form a new church as they “thought it would be for the best good of Christ’s Kingdom.”

http://goshenchurchct.com/about/history/


The Bulletin is a daily newspaper covering eastern Connecticut, based in the city of Norwich  The newspaper has been in continuous publication since 1796.

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F104.G6 Nxx 1899

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“Dedication services of the Goshen Cong. Church, Goshen, Conn. from Norwich Bulletin Dec. 28 1899.” Rare Books. WCSU Archives, 30 Sep. 2019. Accessed on the Web: 22 Oct. 2019.

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