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American Catholic studies : journal of the American Catholic Historical Society

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English
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : American Catholic Historical Society, c2001-
v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Vol. 110 (spring/winter 1999)-

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Quarterly, 2000-

Annual, 1999.

Notes: Title from cover.

"The American Catholic Historical Society (ACHS) was founded in 1884 for the purpose of collecting and preserving materials relating to American history and the contributions of Catholics to the building of our great nation, as well as the Catholic Church in the United States." web site

Continues: Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia, ISSN 0002-7790.

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