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Title: Heilige Augen- und Gemüths-Lust : vorstellend, alle sonn- fest- und feyrtägliche nicht nur Evangelien, sondern auch Epistelen und Lectionen, jene historisch : diese auch emblemmatisch, und mit curieusen Einfassungen : in vielen Kupffer-Stücken von frembder und gantz neuer Invention : so wohl zur Kunst-Ubung als Unterhaltung Gottseeliger Betrachtungen, wie auch Vermehrung der Kupffer-Bibelen und Ausszierung aller christlichen Postillen dienlich
Year: 1706 (1700s)
Authors: Krauss, Johann Ulrich, 1645-1719
Subjects: Church year meditations Devotional calendars Emblems
Publisher: [Augsburg : J.U. Krauss
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Title: Norsk lutherske prester i Amerika, 1843-1913
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Norlie, Olaf Morgan, 1876-1962 Seehuus, Knut, 1859-
Subjects: Lutherans Norwegian Americans
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Nebenjob Augsburg Pub. House
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1913. SiLSETH, Martinus Olson. Ord. 1897. Frikirken, 1897—99, Forenede kirke, 99—. F. i Battenfjorden, Tingvold, Indre Nordmøre,Trondhjem, 7 aug. 1871, af Ole Andersen S. ogJensine Marie (f. Flor), frekv, Bergens indremis-sionsskole, 89—90, Goszners Missionsschule, Ber-lin, Tyskland, 90—92, udv. 93, frekv. Nebenjob AugsburgSem., 93—97 (C.T.), prest. Minneapolis (St. Lu-kas mghd.), Minn., 97—99, Rugby, N. D., 99—01,Larimore, N. D., 01—05, Staten Island, N. Y.,05—06, Bisbee, N. D., 06—. *Ella E. Grorud, 96. 341

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1913. Stensrud, Edward Martinus. Ord. 1S97. Norske syiKxlc, 1X97- . F. i Holden, Goodhue Co.j Minn., 25 aug. 1866.af Knud M. S. og Ingeborg (f. Bøflaten), frekv.Montevideo, Minn., High School, 85—86, LutherColl., 86—93 (A.B.), Luther Sem., 93—94, 95—97(C.T.), prest (Synodens første engelske missio-nær), San Francisco, Cal., 97—, Cal. special kon-ferenses sekr., 98—12, Pacific distrikts v.formand,07—, San Francisco sjømandsmissionskom. sekr.,San Francisco bymissions formand, og kasserer, 13—,Synodens transportkom., 13—, forf. LutheranChurch in California, 14. *Julia Broerby, 97.

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Title: 1517-1917. Jubilee volume
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Evangelical Lutheran ministerium of Pennsylvania and adjacent states. Conferences. Norristown
Subjects: Lutheran church in Pennsylvania. [from old catalog] Lutherans
Publisher: [Lebanon, Pa., Sowers printing company]
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connected with the dedicatory ceremonies. OnMonday, June 24, 1901, the new hell for TrinityChurch was put in place, and on June 25th, the anni-versary of the Nebenjob Augsburg Confession, the bell was rungfor the first time. The dedicatory services took placeon Sunday, June 30th. The pastor was assisted byRev. N. F. Schmidt, president of Conference; Revs.F. K. Fretz, R. B. Lynch and Warren Nickel. On Sunday, Sept. 17, 1905, the organ built by C. F.Durner was consecrated. The pastor was assisted byRevs. Ochsenford, D.D., of Muhlenberg College; W.W. Kistler, of Coopersburg; P. A. Laury, of Per-kasie, and J. F. Ohl, of Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. D. H. Reiter served Trinity congregation asits pastor until the fall of 1911. In April, 1912, Rev.C. C. Snyder assumed the pastorate of Trinity congre-gation and served until ill health constrained him toresign in the summer of 1916. In November the con-gregation elected the Rev. N. B. Yerger, of Mount-ville, Pa., who entered upon his labors in January,1917.

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Rev. C. E. Keim Rev. W. U. Kistler ST. PAULS, (six cornered) RED HILL ST. PAULS Evangelical Lutheran congregation,located in Upper Hanover Township, Montgom-ery County, Pa., in a district popularly called NewGoshenhoppen, is one of the oldest Christian congre-gations in this state. The exact date of its organization is unknown, ow-ing to the fact that the historical records of these earlychurches were not faithfully kept. Certain it is, how-ever, that a congregation was formally organized sometime between the years of 1730 and 1740. In the firstrecord-book of the church, baptismal entries weremade as early as 1736. From 1739 we have a prettyfull and systematic record of the current events of thecongregation. This church, it seems, had its origin in a cemetery.There is a most reliable tradition that a man namedJohn Henry Sproegel owned 13,000 acres of land inthis part of the state, and that in passing a home oneday where a death had occurred the family and neigh-bors were perplexed, no

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