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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia - v. 3 (1888-1891)

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1888

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Partial contents: The American Catholic Historical Society and Catholic Reference Library; The Flathead Indians; The pioneer of religion and the first church and cathedral in Omaha and Nebraska; Historical sketch of early Catholicity and the first church in Cleveland, Ohio; Sportsman's Hall; Biographical sketch of Rt. Rev. Arch-Abbot Wimmer; George Meade, a patriot of the Revolutionary era; Thomas Lloyd, reporter of the first House of Representatives of the United States; Some facts supplementary to the article "Catholic choir music in Philadelphia"; St. Mary's Graveyard, Fourth and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, records and extracts from inscriptions on tombstones; Goshenhoppen registers, 1765-1785; Paschal confessions and communions and confirmations at Loretto, Cambria County, Pa., 1810-13.

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