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The Christian Warfare Against the Devil, World and Flesh…And Means to Obtain
(1634). This is the only book of John Harvard’s library of some 400 volumes that
survived the fire of 1764.
The original is presently on display at the Houghton
Harvard’s Life in America, or Social and Political
Life in New
Morison, Samuel Eliot.
The Founding of
__________________. Harvard in the Seventeenth Century (two volumes). Harvard University Press, 1936.
Potter, Alfred C. A catalogue of John Harvard’s books, published by the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Publications. Vol. 21, 1920, pp. 190-230.
Shelley, Henry C. John Harvard and His Times. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1907.
Forty-Nine Lives: An
Anthology of Portraits of
Men. Master and Fellows of
Waters, Henry F.
and His Ancestry