Miscellaneous Writings by Parkman
- Loose Records, 1717-1782 – digitized by New England’s Hidden Histories of the Congregational Church Library & Archive and held at the Westborough Public Library.
- Ebenezer Parkman’s Confession of Faith, Rules of Behavior, and Solemn Covenant (1719) – introduction and transcription by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr.
- “Natalitia” Notebook – 1727-1782 – digitized by New England’s Hidden Histories of the Congregational Church Library & Archive. Brief (generally, one or two page) memoranda written by Parkman on the occasion of his birthday and usually assessing his spiritual state and relationships to God.
- Natalitia – 1781-1782 – transcription by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr.
- Student Notebook of Ebenezer Parkman, 1720 – Digital copy of Parkman’s student notebook in the Colonial North America at Harvard Library database.
- Commonplace Book – Table of Contents – created by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr.
- “An Account of Westborough (Mass.) by Rev. Ebenezer Parkman, January 28, 1767,” Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Series One, Vol. 10, 1809.
- The Story of the Rice Boys, Captured by the Indians, August 8, 1704, written by Parkman in May 1769, published by the Westborough Historical Society, 1906.
- Parkman’s Proposed Book of Poetry – Parkman’s advertisement for a proposed book of poetry that appeared in the Boston Gazette.
- Ebenezer Parkman to John Hancock, Westbrough, June 28, 1736 (draft): The Fornication of Josiah and Mercy Russell – draft of a letter to John Hancock, minister of Lexington. Transcription by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr.
- Cold Spring (Belchertown), 1760 – records of a council at Cold Spring (Belchertown). Ecclesiastical councils were a regular part of Parkman’s ministerial life.
Miscellaneous Writings Relating to Parkman
- Appeal for Contributions after a Fire – transcription by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr. of an undated, unsigned appeal for a contribution from the Westborough church written by an individual who had suffered a fire. Parkman apparently cut down the piece of paper and used it for some additional notes to a sermon.
- Letters by Levi and Deborah Warrin to EP, 1770-1771 – transcription by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr.
- Letter by Edmund Quincy to EP, Jan. 17,1777 – A typewritten synopsis of a letter from Edmund Quincy (perhaps Parkman’s closest friend) to Parkman, January 17, 1777. The synopsis is in the Parkman Family Papers at AAS (Box 3, Folder 3: Correspondence, 1770-1779).
- Scrap of Paper in “Nine Sermons Against Sin” – transcription by Prof. Ross W. Beales, Jr.