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-5. THE METHODIST CHURCHES (97-II6) JLUTHERAN CHURCHES OBSERVE FOUNOING,“ HAHTINSBURG EVENING JOURNAL, HAY II, I940. [97] "LUTHERANS REvIvE JEFFERSON CDNGREGAT'N," MARTINSBURG JDNRNAL, MAY 27, I939. [98] "LuTNERAN TO HAvE ONN MEETING PLACE," MARTINSBURG JOURNAL, HAR. 30, I939. [99] . "SuNDAv TO CLIMAx I75TH ANNIvERsARY," MAHTINSBURG JOURNAL, OGT. 25, |940. IIOO] "ST. PETERTS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CNuRcN RE·ORENED $UNDAY,V SNERNERDGTDNN INDEPENDENT, DEG. I4, I938. [IGI] V. THE HENHOHITES CASSEL, DANIEL K. HISTORY or THE HENNONITES. (PRILADELERIA: I888). CONTAINS CHAPTERS ON WEST VIRGINIA AND OTHER ADJDINING STATES. [IO2] A HIsT0RY or THE MENNONITE CONFERENCE or VIRGINIA AND ITG WORK. (SCOTTSDALE, PA.: HENNONITE PUBLISHING HOUSE, I9IO). _ [IO3] SMITH, C. HENRY. THE MENNONITES OF AMERICA (GOSHEN, IND.: I909). CONTAINS SOME VIRGINIA MATERIAL. [IO4] -·-5-~ --—----- . THE HENNOHITE IMMIGRATION T0 PENNSYLVANIA. (NORRISTOWNL PA.: I929). VALDADLE BACK GRDuND AND RELATED T0 VIRGINIA Cuuncu AND GETTLEMENTG IN LuRAv, HDGDGTDGN, AND NEW HARNET, VA. [IOS] VI. THE METHODIST CHURCHES Asnunv, FRANGES. JOURNAL OF ---. AuG. 7, I77I-OED. 7, I8I5. 3 vDLs. (NEN YDRN: I82I, I852). |NcLuDEs DIARY OF TRAVELS AND ORGANIZATION or CHURCHES THROUGH- OUT VIRGINIA AND HESTERN VIRGINIA. IIO6] ATKINSON, GEORGE H., ED. FAREWELL SERVICES HELD IN THE VIRGINIA STREET H. E. CHURCH, CHARLESTON, H. VA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER I5, 1872. 34 E. (CHARLESTON, H. VA.; GIBBONS, ATKINSON 8 C0., I873), [IO7] -------------—---- . HEST VIRGINIA PULFIT. (HNEELING: I882). SEHNONS AND SKETCHES OF MINISTER5 OF THE HETRDDIGT EPISCOPAL CNDRGN. IIO8] BALTIMORE ANNUAL CONFERENCE, MINUTES, I938. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH; HELD AT HARRIGGNGDRG, VA. (BALTIMDRE: KING BRDG. ING), [IO9] BARNES, ISAAC A. THE METHODIST PROTESTANT CNuDcN IN WEST VIRGINIA. (BALTIMDRE: I925). AN EXHAUSTIVE STUDY OF THE DEGINNINGS OF THE METHODIST PHOTESTANT CHURCH, IN- DIVIDUAL CHURCHES AND MINISTERS. IIIO] BAGGDM, H. 8. METHODISM AND SLAVERY. (FRANNEDNT, KY.: HODGES, TODD AND PRUETT, ~ ERINTERG, I845). [III] BENNETT, WILLIAM H. HEMORIALS OF METHOOISM IN VIRGINIA FROM ITS INTRDDDDTIDN INT0 THE STATE IN THE YEAR I772, TO THE YEAR I829. (RIGNMDND: |87I). [II2] BROWN, REv. GEORGE. REGDLLEGTIDNG OF INTINERANT LIEE. (SPRINGFIELD, O.: I856, CINGINNATI: I868). REMINIcANcEs OF A METHODIST PRDTESTANT HINIGTEN. [IIB] BROWNLEE, GEORGE, AND JOHN MURPHY. A DEFENCE OF THE STATE LEXINGTON SOCIETY or METHODIST, AGAINST THE CHARGES OF THE REv. HILLIAM BURKE. (LEXINGTON, Kv.: JAMES H. STEWART, IHO2). [IIA] BUTT, IsRAEL LA FAYETTE. HISTORY OF AFRICAN METHODISM IN VIRGINIA. (HAMPTON, VA.: HAMPTON INSTITUTE PRESS, I903). (II5] CARTwRIGNT, PETER, FIFTY YEARS A PREGIDING ELDKR. (CINGINNATI: I87I). [IIB]