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Title
Neighbors :  studies in immigration from the standpoint of the Episcopal Church  
Studies in immigration from the standpoint of the Episcopal Church
Name/Creator
Episcopal Church, creator
Sturgis, William C. (William Codman), 1862-1942, editor.
Episcopal Church, Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society.
HOLLIS IDDigital ObjectDigital ObjectLocation
Widener

Networked Resource

Place of Origin
New York
Publisher
Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society
Language
English
Description
246 p., [44] p. of plates : ill., folded map ; 19 cm.
Form/Genre
text

bibliography

print
Subject
Home missions ;  United States -- Emigration and immigration

Category
attitudes

Attitudes about Immigration

Episcopal church

Life in the United States

missions

Organizations & Clubs

religious organizations

social services

Note
Preface -- Immigration and Christian democracy / W. C. Sturgis -- Immigration and the church / T. J. Lacey -- From the Near East / T. J. Lacey -- Our Italian neighbors / Lilian M. Skinner -- From the land of the vikings / J. J. Hammarsköld -- Russian, Serb, Montenegrin, Bulgar / T. J. Lacey -- A nation reborn / R. Keating Smith -- The prayer-book in many tongues / T. J. Lacey -- Appendix.

Edited by William C. Sturgis.

"A textbook for use primarily by members of the Episcopal Church"--P. 2.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-219) and index.