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This document is a transcription of a journal kept by Joseph Peace Hazard during the late 19th century. The journal details instances of watch ringing which Hazard believed to be communication with a spiritual world. It also includes personal anecdotes relating to his life and travel in the 19th century.
Digitized document with typed transcription.
Temporal, 19th century
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Hazard, Joseph P.; McIvor, Patricia; and Bruscini, J, "Record of Watch Ringing, From its Commencement at Beyrouth in Syria on June 27th 1878, to [September 1st 1891]" (2018). Joseph Peace Hazard Papers. 39.