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Two sides of the school question, as set forth at the annual meeting of the National Educational Association, held at Nashville, Tennessee, July,1889.

Place of Publication
Boston :
Publisher
Committee of One Hundred,
Date of Publication
1890
Number of Pages
81 p.
Location No.
LB 41.P18 3:6
PCF File
PCF Record Number
52
Notes
Different ed. of Denominational Schools. End of series: series, No. 1-3, Vol.2, January-March, 1890. At head of title: The discussion of a matter which concerns every individual in the United States.

Pastoral letter of the third provincial council of Cincinnati to the clergy and laity.

Place of Publication
Cincinnati, Ohio :
Publisher
John P. Walsh, bookseller and printer,
Date of Publication
1861
Number of Pages
15 p.
Location No.
BV 800.A15
PCF File
PCF Record Number
365

Denominational schools. A discussion at the National Association, July, 1889, with papers ...

Place of Publication
Syracuse :
Publisher
C.W. Bardeen, publisher,
Date of Publication
1889
Number of Pages
71 p.
Location No.
LB 41.P18 3:5
PCF File
PCF Record Number
51
Notes
..by Cardinal Gibbons, Bishop Kane [sic], Edwin D. Mead, Hon. John Jay. The discussion was held at the NEA meeting in Nashville, July 1889. End of series note: of the day, 1. Other a.e.s: Keane, John J., Bishop; Gibbons, James, Cardinal.

Christian education in America.

Place of Publication
Washington, D.C. :
Publisher
Church News Publishing Co.,
Date of Publication
1892
Number of Pages
27 p.
PCF File
PCF Record Number
63
Notes
On verso of t.p.: This lecture embodies the substance of lectures deliverd in many parts of the United States during the past three years. To the benefactors and friends of the Catholic University of America it is gratefully dedicated. Given at the dedi

Christian education in America.

Place of Publication
Washington, D.C. :
Publisher
Church News Publishing Co.,
Date of Publication
1892
Number of Pages
27 p.
Location No.
LB 41.P18 1:2
PCF File
PCF Record Number
55
Notes
On verso of t.p.: This lecture embodies the substance of lectures deliverd in many parts of the United States during the past three years. To the benefactors and friends of the Catholic University of America it is gratefully dedicated. Given at the dedi