American Philosophical Society. Minutes, 1774-1787
Loading the Internet Archive BookReader, please wait...
|Title||American Philosophical Society. Minutes, 1774-1787|
|Abstract||Digitized and transcribed early meeting minutes (1774-1785) of the American Philosophical Society. In the early years of the APS, the Society held meetings on a frequent basis, often monthly. The APS Secretary, or another appointed individual, would record capsule descriptions of the meeting’s content, including, but not limited to: attending Members, election of Members, topics of interests, publications received or sent by Members, letters sent and received by the Society, Society business, publications and collections. This material offers learning opportunities for scholars, educators, students, and anyone else interested in the early history of APS, Philadelphia, and the early republic.|
|Subject (lcsh)||American Philosophical Society.|
|Digital Origin||digitized other analog|
|Title||American Philosophical Society Archives|
|Use||The APS has an Open Access Policy for all unrestricted material in the digital library. Open Access Materials can be used freely for non-commercial, scholarly, educational, or fair use as defined under United States copyright law. Read the full policy and learn more about our Rights and Reproduction at: http://www.amphilsoc.org/library/rights|