Early History of the Disciples in the Western Reserve, Ohio with Biographical Sketches of the Principal Agents in Their Religious Movement

By: Hayden, A.S.

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Bright blue boards with handsome beveled edge and gilt printing and ornamentation to spine. Missing spine bands at crown and tail and a small bit of corner wear. Binding tight and strong with no cracking to hinges save one small tear to paper at front hinge showing webbing . Mild scattered foxing. Former owner's name written neatly on front free endpaper. The author, Amos Sutton Hayden, was himself a minister of a Disciples of Christ Church in Cuyahoga County in the mid-1880's and also founder of the Western Reserve Eclectic Institute where he served as the school’s first principal until 1857, when he was replaced iby one of his former students, James A. Garfield. By the time of this writing he was primarily an author and composer. Book offers much church history throughout the Western Reserve, as well as an interesting chapter on the emergence of Mormonism in the area. 476 pages. Ads for additional titles at back of book.

Title: Early History of the Disciples in the Western Reserve, Ohio with Biographical Sketches of the Principal Agents in Their Religious Movement

Author Name: Hayden, A.S.

Categories: Ohioana, Religion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio, Chase & Hall: 1875

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No DJ, As Issued

Seller ID: 20240HNC

Keywords: Western Reserve, Ohio. Religion Early Western Reserve. Mormonism Western Reserve.