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Pulaski Monument - Episcopal Church, Savannah

John Emory, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

A Thanksgiving sermon: preached January 1, 1808 in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade on that day, by the Congress of the U.S. [Microform]

Episcopal Seminary Greenwich ; Oil Cloth Manufactory, Greenwich ; Fulton Market ; Penitentiary Blackwell's Island.

Episcopal Church at Richmond, Virginia.

Three pictures of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The first . . . founded A.D. 1768, dedicated by the Revd. Philip Embury.; The second church rebuilt 1817. Dedicated by the Revds. Nathan Bangs, D.D., St. Merwin and Bishop Soule, and the third church rebuilt A.D. 1841. Dedicated by Bishop Hedding. Also, the old rigging loft as it now stands 120 William St. 1844. Formerly Cart and Horse Street. Names of the first board of trustess and those of 1844 and 1847

Map of the local boundaries of the Protestant Episcopal Churches of the city of New York.

Interior of the Episcopal church.

Grace Episcopal Church, Wabash Avenue.

View of Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, Vt.

[St. Paul's Episcopal Church.]

Grace Episcopal Church, Wabash Avenue.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Worthen St.

St. Stephen's Church. (Episcopal).

Interior Episcopal Church, Fitchberg, Mass.

Vermont Episcopal Institute.

Vt. Episcopal Institute with reflections.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Chestnut Street M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Church, Duluth.

St. Stephen's Church. (Episcopal).

Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, Vt.

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church.

St. Stephen's Church. (Episcopal).

Vermont Episcopal Institute.

[St. Paul's Episcopal Church.]

Episcopal Chruch.

Episcopal Chruch.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington St., Brooklyn.

The Old Episcopal Church, in Alexandria, Va. of which, Gen'l. Washington was a member.

Grace M. E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church, Chicago Avenue.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington St., Brooklyn.

Interior Episcopal Church, Fitchberg, Mass.

Episcopal Church, Montpelier, Vt.

St. Paul's Episcopal church, Winona.

Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Institute.

Episcopal Institute.

The Old Episcopal Church, in Alexandria, Va. of which, Gen'l. Washington was a member.

View of Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, Vt.

[View of Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, Vt.]

Chestnut Street M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Grace M. E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church, Chicago Avenue.

Episcopal mission, Yankton Agency, D.T.

Episcopal mission, Yankton Agency, D.T.

St. Stephen's Church. (Episcopal).

Interior of Episcopal church, Duluth.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Worthen St.

Episcopal Church, Duluth.

Episcopal Church, Montpelier, Vt.

Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, Vt.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

Interior of the Episcopal church.

Vt. Episcopal Institute with reflections.

[View of Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, Vt.]

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church.

St. Paul's Episcopal church, Winona.

Interior of Episcopal church, Duluth.

Saint Andrew's Church, (Protestant Episcopal), Philadelphia. It situated on the west side of Eighth Street north of Spruce Street.

Christ Church (Protestant Episcopal), Philadelphia.

Christ Church (Protestant Episcopal), Philadelphia.

Saint Andrew's Church, (Protestant Episcopal), Philadelphia. It situated on the west side of Eighth Street north of Spruce Street.

Trinity Church, (Protestant Episcopal). Catharine Street, between Second and Third Streets, Philadelphia.

Saint Philip's Church, (Protestant Episcopal). Vine Street, north side, above Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

Trinity Church, (Protestant Episcopal). Catharine Street, between Second and Third Streets, Philadelphia.

Saint Philip's Church, (Protestant Episcopal). Vine Street, north side, above Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

St. Johns Church, Episcopal.

St. Johns Church, Episcopal.

Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Mission, Santee Agency, Nebraska.

Episcopal Mission, Santee Agency, Nebraska.

Episcopal Church.

Main Street from M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church spire.

Exterior of M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

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