The USPG records to be found in the C series are unbound and mostly later in date than those in the A series
and B series
, which are separately published within the collection of American material in the archives of the USPG, 1635-1812
. Though the colonial churches on the mainland and in the islands were administered together and their histories ran parallel, the C series, unlike the earlier collections, are arranged in groups relating entirely to the West Indies. They are voluminous and contain important items of history. They are divided into eight sections: the general archives and those appertaining to the Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados (including the Codrington Estate), Antigua and the Leeward Islands, Trinidad, British Guiana and Honduras (Central America and the Mosquito coast).