Seton Hall Library Links
Further Information on the development of Seton Hall University along with contextual information on collegiate education, alumni/faculty publications, historical articles, and other connections can be searched through search engines and databases found on our University Libraries Homepage that include the following examples found below...
For more general information on how to research various aspects of Seton Hall University history please consult the following links for further information leads.
Elizabeth Ann Seton - An Introduction
Elizabeth Ann (Bayley) Seton (1774-1821) is the patroness of Seton Hall University and as the first-American born saint in history her example has inspired perpetual interest among adherents, educators and historians worldwide. Along with enduring ties to Mother Seton, the school features various archival resources and popular secondary works on the Seton family who have a direct or circumlocutory impact on the history of the institution and its legacy as a whole. Included here are introductory links which showcase general historical information on Mother Seton and her varied contributions to the fields of education and religious studies.
Elizabeth Ann Seton - Textual Resources
The following bibliographical lists feature print resources found within the Seton Hall University Libraries catalog that are available for research purposes. Please consult these sites for location and circulation availability if located in the main collection, or accessible via electronic means of reference. Otherwise, there are volumes housed in the Archives & Special Collections Center that can only be used on site within this repository.
University Archivist/Special Collections Librarian. Archives & Special Collections Center
Seton Hall University Libraries
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, New Jersey
Phone: (973) 275-2378