Henry Dana Ward

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Henry Dana Ward (Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 1797-1884) was an American abolitionist, anti-Masonic campaigner, and Millerite Adventist. He was grandson of the Revolutionary general Artemas Ward.[1] He graduated from Harvard.[2][3]


  • Free Masonry: Its Pretensions Exposed in Faithful Extracts of Its Standard Authors. 1828
  • Glad tidings : for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. 1838
  • The gospel of the Kingdom; a Kingdom not of this world; not in this world; but to come in the heavenly country, of the resurrection from the dead and of the restitution of all things 1870
  • History of the cross: the pagan origin, and idolatrous adoption and worship, of the image. 1871


  1. ^ The nation comes of age: a people's history of the ante-bellum years Page Smith - 1990 "Henry Dana Ward was the grandson of the Revolutionary general Artemas Ward. Born in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, and a resident of Pennsylvania, Ward, at the time of the convention, was thirty-five, distinguished for his piety and ...
  2. ^ Samuel Jones Tilden: a study in political sagacity Alexander Clarence Flick, Gustav Stubbs Lobrano - 1973 "Henry Dana Ward was a Harvard graduate, ...
  3. ^ Adventist heritage: Volumes 15-17 1992 "Millerite convention leader Henry Dana Ward was not only an ardent New York city abolitionist but also a temperance organizer who had cut his reform teeth in the anti-Masonic movement of the 'twenties."