A history of Methodism in & near La Harpe, Illinois, ca. 1837-1936

Virgil R. Foster Collection (Illinois)
[transcribed by] Glenn E. Wittrup
Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
7 leaves.


Includes some church records.

This historical material was found in a pasteboard box in a closet at the time the old Methodist church was torn down (presumably in La Harpe) in 1969. The transcriber claims this material to be the oldest known Methodist records of the vicinity.

Discusses the La Harpe Circuit which was primarily in Hancock County, Illinois.

This material is part of the Virgil R. Foster Collection.

Also available on microfilm


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