Methodism on the headwaters of the Ohio: the history of the Pittsburgh Conference of the Methodist Church
Author(s)Smeltzer, Wallace Guy , 1900- (author.)
KeywordsMethodist Episcopal Church
Methodist Episcopal Church --Pennsylvania--History
Methodist Episcopal Church
Methodist Episcopal Church --Ohio--History
Methodist Episcopal Church
Methodist Episcopal Church --West Virginia--History
Methodist Episcopal Church. Pittsburgh Conference
Methodist Episcopal Church. Pittsburgh Conference --History
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Methodist Episcopal Church. Pittsburgh Conference.
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AbstractSettlement of the headwaters of the Ohio: 1750-1800 -- The story of Methodist beginnings: 1750-1800 -- How early Methodism gathered strength: 1800-1825 -- Formation of the Pittsburgh Conference: period of growth, division, and schism: 1825-1850 -- The transition from circuits to churches: 1850-1875 -- Final division of conference: new agencies: 1875-1900 -- Pittsburgh becomes a great conference: 1900-1925 -- To the mid-twentieth century: 1925-1950 -- Maps and graphs.
Wallace Guy Smeltzer.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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