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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia - v. 2 (1886-1888)

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1886

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Partial contents: Sketch of the Abenaquis Mission; The early registers of the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania; Rev. Louis Barth; Thomas FitzSimons, Pennsylvania's Catholic signer of the Constitution; Catholic choirs and choir music in Philadelphia; Catholicity in southeastern (Lee County) Iowa; Sketches of Catholicity in Texas; Father Louis della Vagna; The origin of the Flathead Mission; History of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succor, Boston; List of baptisms of St. Joseph's Church, Philadelphia; Father Farmer's marriage register, 1758-1786; Father Schneider's Goshenhoppen registers, 1741-1764; Esling genealogy; Sehner family; Kelly-Hendry families

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