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It was created sometime in 1848.
It was published in 1848 by James B. Dow in Boston.
This is an excerpt of Philander Chase's autobiography. St. John's received its first rector, Philander Chase in 1817. In his autobiography, he recounts his arduous travels to Ohio, with excerpts from letters. He describes his missionary efforts, the founding of the Episcopal Church in Ohio, his plans for a seminary and his economic difficulties. Chase also headed the Worthington Academy and the parishes of Trinity in Columbus and St. Peter's in Delaware. He was named the first Bishop of Ohio in 1818. After leaving St. John's in 1822 he began work on the seminary that ultimately became Kenyon College.
2nd ed : comprising a history of the principal events in the author's life to A.D. 1847.
Boston : J. B. Dow
Bishop Chase's Reminiscences: An Autobiography Vol. 1
Table of contents
Chapter XIV: Familiar Letters of the Writer and His Wife
It covers the topic clergy.
It features the person Philander Chase, 1775-1852.
It covers the city Worthington.
You can find the original at Worthington Libraries.
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The Worthington Libraries identification code is 1902462884.
The Worthington Memory identification code is wpl0001_001.
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