Catalog Record: The baptismal register of Fort Duquesne, (from June 1754, to Dec., 1756). Translated with an introductory essay and notes by Rev. A.A. Lambing | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The baptismal register of Fort Duquesne, (from June 1754, to Dec., 1756). Translated with an introductory essay and notes by Rev. A.A. Lambing.

Related Names: Shea, John Gilmary 1824-1892, Lambing, Andrew Arnold 1848-1918
Language(s): English
Published: Pittsburgh, Pa., Catholic Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, 1954.
Edition: Memorial ed.
Subjects: Fort Duquesne (Pa.) > Genealogy.
Fort Duquesne (Pa.) > Registers.
Note: Reprint of the 1885 edition of the editor's "The baptisimal register of Fort Duquesne, (From June, 1754 to Dec., 1756.)"--a reprint and translation of the "Registres des baptasmes at sepultures qui se sont faits au Fort Duquesne pendent les années 1753, 1754, 1755 & 1756" published, New York, 1859, as no. 9 of J. S. Shea's Crameisy press series.
Added title-page: Register of Fort Duquesne, 1754-1756.
Physical Description: 97 p.
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