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Name Red River Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Archives Entries 4
Library Entries 0
Object Entries 0
Photograph Entries 1

Associated Records

Image of Papers - Neal, Mary Julia, 1905-1995

Papers - Neal, Mary Julia, 1905-1995

Correspondence, speeches, and writings of Shaker scholar and English professor, Mary Julia Neal, a native of Auburn, Kentucky. Neal served as director of the Kentucky Library & Museum at Western Kentucky University from 1964 to 1972. Includes photos and correspondence with twentieth century eastern Shakers.

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Papers - Orendorf, Jo Tilden, 1910-2003

Transcript of a speech, about the Red River Church in Logan County, given by Jo Tilden "Top" Orendorf to the Russellville Woman's Club, 1988

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Records -

Copies of items related to the history of the church; items detailing the preservation efforts of the Red River Church Memorial and Cemetery Association and the Old Red River Meeting House Association; 1948 list of those buried in the Old Red River graveyard.

Image of Red River Church - Bennett, Alfred

Red River Church - Bennett, Alfred

Alfred Bennett print "Red River Church," the Red River Meeting House was the site of the first religious camp meeting in the United States and the start of the Second Great Awakening. T

Image of Young, Rice, McKittrick and Mason Families -

Young, Rice, McKittrick and Mason Families -

Reprinted photographs associated with the Young, Rice, McKittrick and Mason families; also photographs of the Red River Union Meeting House in Logan County, KY. Red River Meeting House was the site of the first religious camp meeting in the United States.