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Y.; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Chicago, Ill., and secondary New York city branch.
(It would be impossible to list all of the cities which contained ATS branches-some cities contained more than one).
The New England Religious Tract Society (also known as the New England Tract Society) was organized May 23, 1814 and incorporated in June 1816.
The name was changed by an act of the Massachusetts legislature in June 1823 to "American Tract Society." In 1825 the Boston-based American Tract Society merged with the New-York Religious Tract Society to form a new organization, which called itself The American Tract Society.
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In 1878 they rejoined once more, with the American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.) again becoming the New England Branch of the New York-based American Tract Society, while maintaining its autonomy.
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The American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.) became the New England Branch of the New York American Tract Society, while maintaining its autonomy.
In 1859 a major break occurred between the two American Tract Societies, due to a difference of opinion over the issue of whether or not to publish tracts which concerned "the sin of slavery." The American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.) continued to publish and distribute tracts under the name "American Tract Society." The New York-based American Tract Society promptly (1859) opened a New England Branch in Boston; they also operated major branches in Rochester, N.
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