Archival records from Jaffna Protestant digital archive project (EAP835)

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  • Manuscripts relating to the American Ceylon Mission

    Collection Ref: EAP835/1
    This collection consists of nine manuscript files related to the 19th-century American Ceylon Mission, including reports, church record books, and minutes from meetings. Anonymous private collection. ...
  • Jaffna Diocese of the Church of South India (JDCSI) Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP835/2
    This description comes in part from Professor Bernard Bate's finding aid for the JDCSI's archive, published in 2005. This collection consists mostly of manuscript materials "from the establishment of the American Ceylon Mission (ACM) in 1816 by the America ...
  • Jaffna College Archive Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP835/3
    The archive belongs to Jaffna College and holds diverse materials ranging from 1710 to the present, with a focus on late nineteeneth- and early-twentieth century materials. The materials are divided into seven shelves categorized by major subject: history, ...
  • St John's College Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP835/4
    The collection is comprised of a set of St. John's College magazines, beginning in 1905, and housed in a metal cabinet in the St. John's College Library. The magazine is broken up by term and year, each volume listing an academic calender for the term, a b ...
  • Evelyn Rutnam Institute Collection

    Collection Ref: EAP835/5
    This collection consists of two parts: (1) print books, and (2) a series of 148 non-sequential numbered files relating to the life, work, and immediate family of Ceylon’s third Chief Justice, Sir Alexander Johnston (1775-1849), a critical advocate of early ...
  • Alexander Johnston Papers

    Collection Ref: EAP835/5/1
    A series of 148 files relating to the life, work and family of Sir Alexander Johnston (1775–1849), the third Chief Justice of Ceylon and a famous orientalist. Johnston was known for pursuing a number of administrative reforms within the British government ...