Elijah Parish

Elijah Parish (November 7, 1762– October 15, 1825) was a New England clergyman of the early nineteenth century.

Parish was a native of Lebanon, Connecticut. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1785. In the early nineteenth century he was a leading opponent of the Jeffersonian Republican Party and brought issues of slavery into his political discourse. Parish was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1813. Provided by Wikipedia
Author: M'Clure, David, 1748-1820.
Published 1811
Record Source: Published Materials
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