1843 Boston Almanac

Description

These images appeared in the 1843 Boston Almanac detailing the churches of all denominations in the greater Boston area at the time.

Collector(s)

  • Congregational Library

Items in the 1843 Boston Almanac Collection

image of First Congregational Church in Boston, ca. 1843 originally printed in the 1843 Boston Almanac as part of a catalog of the churches in Boston at that time The congregation became Unitarian Universalist in the mid-1800s. It moved to…

image of Second Church (also called New Brick) in Boston, ca. 1843 originally printed in the 1843 Boston Almanac as part of a catalog of the churches in Boston at that time The congregation became Unitarian in 1802. It moved several times, lastly…

image of First Baptist Church in Boston, ca. 1843 originally printed in the 1843 Boston Almanac as part of a catalog of the churches in Boston at that time The building was demolished. The land it was on is now part of the Haymarket subway…

image of First Baptist Church in Boston, ca. 1843 originally printed in the 1843 Boston Almanac as part of a catalog of the churches in Boston at that time The building is now in use as a historical landmark on the Freedom Trail tour. Its basement…

image of King's Chapel, then called Stone Chapel, in Boston, ca. 1843 originally printed in the 1843 Boston Almanac as part of a catalog of the churches in Boston at that time