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A compendious history of American Methodism

Author: Abel Stevens
Publisher: New York : Hunt & Eaton, 1889, [©1867]
Series: Library of American civilization, LAC 11111.
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfiche : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abel Stevens
OCLC Number: 15525803
Notes: Running title: History of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
"Publishers' notice" (p. 3-4)--dated 1868.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 11111).
Description: 608 pages : portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: Methodism --
its special adaptation to the new world --
Founders of the Methodist Episcopal church --
Rise of Methodism in Maryland --
Early lay evangelists --
Wesley's first missionaries to America --
Wesley's misionaries: continued --
The first congerence --
return of English preachers --
Native evangelists --
Principal evangelists: 1773-1784 --
Trials and progress during the revolutionary war: 1775-1784 --
Labors and trials during the revolutionary war --
Conferences and progress, from the beginning of the revolutionary war, to the organization of the Methodist Episcopal church --
Organization of the Methodist Episcopal church --
Progress from the organization of the church to the first regular general confernce: 1785-1792 --
Introduction of Methodism into the west --
Introduction into the North American British provinces --
Introduction of Methodism into New England --
Summary review: 1785-1792 --
First regular, or second general conference --
Methodism in the south: 1792-1796 --
Methodism in the middle and northern states: 1792-1796 --
Methodism in the eastern states: 1792-1796 --
Methodism in the west: 1792-1796 --
General conference of 1796 --
Methodism in the south: 1796-1804 --
Middle and northern Methodism: 1796-1804 --
Methodism in the eastern states: 1796-1804 --
Methodism in the west: 1796-1804 --
General conference of 1800 and 1804: review --
Methodism in the south: 1804-1820 --
Methodism in the middle and northern states: 1804-1820 --
Methodism in the eastern states: 1804-1820 --
Methodism in the west: 1804-1820 --
General conferences of 1808, 1812, and 1816 --
summary review --
deaths of Whatcoat, Coke, Lee, and Asbury --
Progress and trials from the general conference of 1820 to the centenary jubilee 1866 --
Auxilary plans and institutions --
literary, educational, missionary, etc. --
Representative ministerial characters --
Summerfield --
Maffitt --
Cookman --
Olin --
Centenary jubilee --
Results --
Their causes.
Series Title: Library of American civilization, LAC 11111.
Other Titles: American Methodism
History of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Responsibility: abridged from the author's "History of the Methodist Episcopal Church", by Abel Stevens, LLD.

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