Presbyterian Church. Centenary Memorial of the Planting and Growth of Presbyterianism in Western Pennsylvania
Presbyterian Church. Centenary Memorial of the Planting and Growth of Presbyterianism in Western Pennsylvania
Presbyterian Church. Centenary Memorial of the Planting and Growth of Presbyterianism in Western Pennsylvania

Presbyterian Church. Centenary Memorial of the Planting and Growth of Presbyterianism in Western Pennsylvania

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Presbyterian Church. Centenary Memorial of the Planting and Growth of Presbyterianism in Western Pennsylvania and parts adjacent , containing the Historical Discourses delivered at a Convention of the Synods of Pittsburgh, Erie, Cleveland, and Columbus, held in Pittsburgh, December 7-9, 1875. With appendices and illustrations. Pittsburgh: Printed for the Publishing Committee by Benjamin Singerly, 1876. First Edition.

Green cloth with bright gilt titles, 6 x 9 inches, light wear to the corners, some bubbling to cloth bottom front board. Top page edges gilt. Recent former owner's signature on ffep. 445 clean pp. with index, steel-engraved portraits and wood-engraved views. Very good. Hardcover.  [4471] 

No. 4329 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "This excellent history has sections on the early revival movements in the area."

Contents

  • Life and Labors of the Rev. John McMillan, D.D.; The Gospel he Preached, and its Influence on the Civilization of Western Pennsylvania.  By David X. Junkin, D.D.
  • The Religious History: Early Revivals; The "Falling Work;" Lay-Helpers; etc.  By Aaron Williams, D.D.
  • The Educational History: Colleges, Academies, and Female Seminaries.  Also, The History of The Western Theological Seminary.  By James I. Brownson, D.D.
  • The Missionary History, Domestic and Foreign; with Biographical Sketches of Missionaries.  By Elliot E. Swift, D.D.
  • The Ecclesiastical History: Organization of Presbyteries and Synods; with Notices of the Earlier Ministers.  By Samuel J. M. Eaton, D.D.
  • Pittsburgh in the Last Century; With the Early History of the First Presbyterian Church.  By William M. Darlington, Esq.
  • The Secular History, its Connection with the Early Presbyterian Church History of South-western Pennsylvania.  By James Veech, LL.D.
  • Closing Address: The Future in the Light of the Past.  By Prof. Samuel J. Wilson, D.D., LL.D.
  • Appendices.  Proceedings of the Convention.
  • General Index.