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Minutes of the ... annual convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Tennessee Synod [serial].

Corporate Author: Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Tennessee.
Language(s): English
Published: New Market, Va., Henkel.
Subjects: Lutheran Church > North Carolina > Periodicals.
Lutheran Church > Virginia > Periodicals.
Lutheran Church > Tennessee > Periodicals.
Note: The Tennessee Synod united with the North Carolina Synod to form the United Evangelical Lutheran Synod of North Carolina.
Imprint varies.
Title fluctuates; numerous small variations; some years in German.
1st, 1820 has title: Kurze Nachricht von den Verrichtungen der ersten Conferenz, der deutschen, evangelisch lutherischen Prediger, gehalten in dem Staate Tennessee ...
Physical Description: v. ill. 17-23 cm.
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