The Congregational Library & Archives, with the help of scholarly contributors and staff, has created a number of useful bibliographies that showcase the CLA's unique collections and provide topical information to help researchers identify relevant material.
This list of bibliographies has been arranged in alphabetical order.
A useful and important bibliography that showcases some of the major historical works related to Congregationalism during all periods of American history.
The Congregational Library & Archives has a number of primary and secondary sources related to the German Evangelical denomination and it's unique place within Congregational history. Please note that many of the primary sources are German language resources.
With the support of the Carnegie-Whitney Foundation and the H.W. Wilson Foundation, we have created an annotated bibliography of all books and manuscripts related to Cotton Mather, an important Enlightenment minister, in the Congregational Library & Archives' collection.
This finding aid, created by Richard J. Boles and Jules Thomson, is designed to help scholars identify sources in the collections of the Congregational Library that relate to African Americans, Native Americans, and Afro-Indians.
Created by Nym Cooke, a scholar of early American sacred music, this bibliography brings to the forefront the Congregational Library & Archives unique and important collection of sacred music.