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History of the Waldenses : from the earliest period to the present time / by the author of the lives of Wickliffe, Huss, Jerome, &c. ; revised by the Committee of Publication of the American Sunday School Union
Alternate Title Waldenses
Philadelphia : American Sunday School Union, 1829
Location Call Number Status
 Closed Juvenile Historic/Ask staff  jBR.Hist6H5 1829    AVAILABLE
May G. Quigley Collection Bookplate
Subject(s) Waldenses -- Juvenile literature
Christianity -- Juvenile literature
Christian sects -- Juvenile literature
Religion -- Juvenile literature
Physical Description 158 p. : ill. ; 15 cm
Note Includes appendix "Chronological Table of a few eminent persons and remarkable events in the History of the Waldenses." p. 155-158
Library's copy has worn marbled boards and fox spotted pages
Summary Book describes the principles of the Waldenses religious movement, or the Christian sect founded in the Middle Ages by a French merchant in Lyon. Since colonial times, Waldensians escaping persecution for their beliefs found refuge in America, as marked by their congregations in New Jersey, Delaware and other states
Series May G. Quigley collection
Alternate Author American Sunday-School Union

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