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by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
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by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
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by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
Source: folio
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by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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The Pilgrim was the third Brethren publication and was an attempt to combat the progressive tones of The Christian Family Companion in opposition to their Brethren policies. It began in 1870 in James Creek, PA and had a running of seven years and was published by H.B. and J.B. Brumbaugh. In 1874, James Quinter, a founder of Juniata College and editor of The Gospel Visitor, purchased The Christian Family Companion. Quinter and the Brumbaughs consolidated these papers to make The Primitive...
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
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by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
Source: folio
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
Source: folio
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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The Pilgrim was the third Brethren publication and was an attempt to combat the progressive tones of The Christian Family Companion in opposition to their Brethren policies. It began in 1870 in James Creek, PA and had a running of seven years and was published by H.B. and J.B. Brumbaugh. In 1874, James Quinter, a founder of Juniata College and editor of The Gospel Visitor, purchased The Christian Family Companion. Quinter and the Brumbaughs consolidated these papers to make The Primitive...
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the Brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
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The Pilgrim was the third Brethren publication and was an attempt to combat the progressive tones of The Christian Family Companion in opposition to their Brethren policies. It began in 1870 in James Creek, PA and had a running of seven years. It was published by H.B. and J.B. Brumbaugh in answer to Family’s publication.
Topic: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.
Juniata College-Beeghly Library
by Kurtz, Henry, 1796-1874
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The Gospel Visitor, or Der Evangelische Besuch, was the first Brethren publication published by Henry Kurtz, a German immigrant, in 1851 in Ohio. His purpose for the paper was to use the publication as a way of unifying the Brethren churches that were scatted throughout the U.S. he reported on the annual meetings and promoted the understanding and discussion of the gospel. His paper was not officiated until 1853 by the annual meeting. In 1856, James Quinter joined as an associate and upon...
Topic: Fraternity of German Baptists (U.S.)--Periodicals. Church of the Brethren--Periodicals.