4 edition of The Catholic Church in the meeting of two frontiers: the southern Illinois country (1763-1793). found in the catalog.
The Catholic Church in the meeting of two frontiers: the southern Illinois country (1763-1793).
Fintan Glenn Walker
|Statement||Washington, Catholic University of America, 1935.|
|LC Classifications||BX1415.I3 W3 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 170 p.|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||73003574|
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In this year, with the subdivision of the southern country for administrative purposes by Law's Company, there was a parcelling out, or assignment, of the divisions to the different orders of the Church. The Illinois country went to the Jesuits ; New Orleans and west of the Mississippi to the Capuchins, and the Mobile district to the Barefoot. southern tip of Illinois and approach the village by land, a journey of about miles ( km). Clark's men captured a boatload of American hunters led by John Duff who had recently been at Kaskaskia; they provided Clark with intelligence about the village and agreed to join the expedition as guides.
A Truly Catholic History of North America. and the Paris Foreign Missioners of the Illinois country and lower Louisiana, Tom in Florida on Meeting Christ In His Church. In the country, the place of meeting was at the house of Francis Glass—two and a half miles west of Golconda—until about the year Next at the house of David B. Glass—four miles west of Golconda—until about , when a building was erected called Bethel Church.
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Fintan G. Walker explains this well in his book, The Catholic Church in the Meeting of Two Frontiers: The Southern Illinois Country (). The development of what was said in the preceding paragraph is found in the chapter entitled "The People of God.
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The Centenary of Catholicity in Kentucky. Louisville: Charles A. Rogers, The French Foundations, – ed by Theodore Calvin Pease, Raymond C. Werner, and: The Catholic Church in the Meeting of Two Frontiers: The Southern Illinois Country (–) by Fintan Glenn Walker (review) E.
Wilson Lyon; pp. walker, The Catholic Church in the Meeting of Two Frontiers: The Southern Illinois Country, – (Catholic University of America Studies in American Church History 19; Washington ). The collection consists of materials relating to the archeological, historical, social, cultural, economic, geographic, and geological aspects of the southern Illinois region compiled by the Special Collections Research Center, and includes material predominately related to Illinois counties located adjacent to and south of Interstate Highway The Catholic Church in the Meeting of Two Fron- tiers: the Southern Illinois Country Subject: IL PLCL Vol.: Wallis, Frederick A.
A Sesqui-Centennial History of Kentucky: A Narrative Historical Edition. In the s the Ku Klux Klan supported prohibition. Alcohol was viewed as an "un-American" vice practiced by immigrants, many of whom belonged to the Catholic Church and other religions.
Many immigrants worked in the coal mines of southern Illinois, living mainly in very small towns with a strong ethnic identity. The Illinois Country — sometimes referred to as Upper Louisiana — was a vast region of New France and later the British Province of Quebec in what is now the Midwestern United States.
While these names generally referred to the entire Upper Mississippi River watershed, French colonial settlement was concentrated along the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers in what is now the U.S.
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The Catholic Church in the United States began in the colonial era, but most of the Spanish and French influences had faded by The Catholic Church grew through immigration, especially from Europe (Germany and Ireland at first, and in from Italy, Poland and Eastern Europe.).
Ocean came to settle in the Illinois country of New France. In the early s French traders, farmers, and missionaries relo-cated in southwestern Illinois. The Kaskasia Indians abandoned their central Illinois villages and moved south into this same area, joining the tribes of the Illiniwek Confederation, in order to be nearer the protec.Southern Illinois (also known as "Little Egypt") is the southern third of the state of southern part of Illinois has a unique cultural and regional history.
Part of downstate Illinois, the Southern Illinois region is bordered by the two most voluminous rivers in the United States: the Mississippi River and its connecting Missouri River to the west, and the Ohio River to the east Country: United States.Early Methodism in Indiana, Districts and Circuits, Introduction to the Illinois Work, Pioneer Experiences, Quakers and Infidels at a Methodist Meeting, A Primitive Baptism, Mission Work in ChicagoTerrors of an Indian Raid, History of Peoria, Sketch of Rev.
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