Texts organized by subject, period or place of origin
Eighteenth Century documents
Pastoral Letters from the House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America
The Community of Saint Mary
The General Theological Seminary
Nashotah House Theological Seminary
The Martyrs of Memphis
Papers of the Russo-Greek Committee of the Protestant Episcopal Church
The Seabury Family
The Carey Ordination
The American Church Union
Catholic Congresses of the Episcopal Church
Anglicanism in Alaska
Anglicanism in Hawai'i
Anglicanism in Minnesota
The Reformed Episcopal Church
Society for the Increase of the Ministry
The Church of the Advent, Boston
Saint Stephen's Church, Providence
Trinity Church, New Haven
Christ Church, New Haven
Saint Mary the Virgin, New York City
Saint Ignatius of Antioch, New York City
Church of the Transfiguration, New York City
Grace Church, Newark
Saint Clement's Church, Philadelphia
William Edmond Armitage, 1830-1873
Thomas Atkinson, 1807-1881
Gregory Thurston Bedell, 1817-1892
Nathaniel Bowen, 1779-1839
Chauncey Bunce Brewster, 1848-1941
Phillips Brooks, 1835-1893
John Henry Hobart Brown, 1831-1888
Thomas Church Brownell, 1779-1865
George Burgess, 1809-1866
Philander Chase, 1775-1852
Joseph Blount Cheshire, 1850-1932
Thomas John Claggett, 1743-1816
Thomas March Clark, 1812–1903
Robert Harper Clarkson, 1826-1884
Leighton Coleman, 1837-1907
Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1818-1896
John Croes, 1818-1896
Thomas Frederick Davis, 1804-1871
Theodore Dehon, 1776-1817
George Washington Doane, 1799-1859
William Croswell Doane, 1832-1913
William Heathcote De Lancey, 1797-1865
Angus Dun, 1892-1971
Manton Eastburn, 1801-1872
Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866
Richard Stanley Merrill Emrich, 1910-1997
Charles Fiske, 1868-1942
Thomas Frank Gailor, 1856-1935
Alexander Charles Garrett, 1832-1924
Mahlon Norris Gilbert, 1848-1900
Charles Chapman Grafton, 1830-1912
William Mercer Green, 1798-1887
David Hummell Greer, 1844-1919
Alexander Gregg, 1819-1893
Alexander Viets Griswold, 1766-1843
William Alexander Guerry, 1861-1928
A.C.A. Hall, 1847-1930
Charles R. Hale, 1837-1900
William Hobart Hare, 1838-1909
John Prentiss Kewley Henshaw, 1792-1852
John Henry Hobart, 1775-1830
James Theodore Holly, 1829-1911
John Henry Hopkins, 1792-1868
Frederic Dan Huntington, 1819-1904
Levi Silliman Ives, 1797-1867
Abraham Jarvis, 1739-1813
John Johns, 1796-1876
Jackson Kemper, 1789-1870
John Barrett Kerfoot, 1816-1881
Frederick Joseph Kinsman, 1868-1944
George Herbert Kinsolving, 1849-1928
William Ingraham Kip, 1811-1893
Cyrus Frederick Knight, 1831-1891
William Lawrence, 1850-1941
Henry Champlin Lay, 1823-1885
Alfred Lee, 1824-1901
Henry Washington Lee, 1815-1874
Abraham Newkirk Littlejohn, 1824-1914
Arthur Selden Lloyd, 1857-1936
Samuel Allen McCoskry, 1804-1886
Charles Pettit McIlvaine, 1799-1873
William E. McLaren, 1831-1905
William Thomas Manning, 1866-1949
William Meade, 1791-1861
Benjamin Moore, 1748-1816
Richard Channing Moore, 1762-1841
Benjamin Wistar Morris, 1819-1906
Henry Adams Neely, 1830-1899
Isaac Lea Nicholson, 1844-1906
George Ashton Oldham, 1877-1963
William Henry Odenheimer, 1817-1879
Benjamin T. Onderdonk, 1791-1861
Henry Ustick Onderdonk, 1789-1858
James Hervey Otey, 1800-1863
Benjamin Henry Paddock, 1828-1891
Austin Pardue, 1899-1981
William Paret, 1826-1911
William Stevens Perry, 1832-1898
William Pinkney, 1810-1883
Leonidas Polk, 1806-1864
Alonzo Potter, 1800-1865
Henry Codman Potter, 1835-1908
Horatio Potter, 1802-1887
Samuel Provoost, 1742-1815
Charles Todd Quintard, 1824-1898
George Maxwell Randall, 1810-1873
John Stark Ravenscroft, 1772-1830
Philip Mercer Rhinelander, 1869-1939
Charles Franklin Robertson, 1835-1886
George F. Seymour, 1829-1906
Henry Knox Sherrill, 1890-1980
Herbert Shipman, 1869-1930
Charles Lewis Slattery, 1867-1930
Benjamin Bosworth Smith, 1794-1884
Horatio Southgate, 1812-1894
John Franklin Spalding, 1828-1902
William Bacon Stevens, 1815-1887
George Craig Stewart, 1879-1940
Ernest Milmore Stires, 1866-1951
Ethelbert Talbot, 1848-1928
Robert Elwin Terwilliger, 1917-1991
Hugh Miller Thompson, 1830-1903
Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, 1837-1925
George Upfold, 1796-1872
Thomas Hubbard Vail, 1821-1889
Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright, 1793-1854
William Walter Webb, 1857-1933
Reginald Heber Weller, Jr., 1857-1935
Edward Randolph Welles, 1830-1888
Henry Benjamin Whipple, 1822-1901
William White, 1748-1836
Cortlandt Whitehead, 1842-1922
Henry John Whitehouse, 1803-1874
William Rollinson Whittingham, 1805-1879
Charles David Williams, 1860-1923
John Williams, 1817-1899
Richard Hooker Wilmer, 1816-1900
Frank Elmer Wilson, 1885-1944
John Freeman Young, 1820-1885
Daniel Dulany Addison, 1863-1936
Frederick S. Arnold
Edward Wilson Averill, 1870-1948
Joseph Gayle Hurd Barry, 1858-1931
Eben Edwards Beardsley, 1808-1892
William Agur Beardsley, 1865-1946
Bernard Iddings Bell, 1886-1958
William Dwight Porter Bliss, 1856-1926
James Aaron Bolles, 1810-1894
James Lloyd Breck, 1818-1877
Thomas McKee Brown, 1841-1898
Kenneth Walter Cameron, 1908-2006
Edward Clowes Chorley, 1865-1949
Thomas Winthrop Coit, 1803-1885
Algernon Sidney Crapsey, 1847-1927
James DeKoven, 1831-1879
George Edmed DeMille, 1898-1983
Morgan Dix, 1827-1908
William Porcher DuBose, 1836-1918
Samuel Smith Drury, 1878-1938
Thomas Underwood Dudley, 1837-1904
Cornelius Roosevelt Duffie, 1789-1827
Ferdinand C. Ewer, 1826-1883
Robert Brinckerhoff Fairbairn, 1818-1899
George McClellan Fiske, 1850-1923
Thomas Gallaudet, 18221902
Frank S. B. Gavin, 1890-1938
William Mercer Grosvenor, 1863-1916
Francis Joseph Hall, 1857-1933
Edwin Harwood, 1822-1902
Francis Lister Hawks, 1798-1866
George Morgan Hills, 1825-1890
Eugene Augustus Hoffman, 1829-1902
Urban T. Holmes, III, 1930-1981
George Hendric Houghton, 1820-1897
Shirley Carter Hughson, OHC, 1867-1949
William Reed Huntington, 1838-1909
Samuel Farmar Jarvis, 1786-1851
Evan Malbone Johnson, 1791-1865
Howard Albert Johnson, 1915-1974
William Lupton Johnson, 1800-1870
Samuel Johnson, 1696-1722
Samuel Roosevelt Johnson, 1802-1873
Cave Jones, 1769-1829
Alden Drew Kelley, 1903-1980
Edward Allan Larrabee, 1852-1924
Harold Baxter Liebler, 1889-1982
Milo Mahan, 1819-1870
William McGarvey, 1861-1924
John McVickar, 1787-1868
James Milnor, 1773-1845
Flavel Scott Mines, 1811-1852
William Augustus Muhlenberg, 1796-1877
John Rathbone Oliver, 1872-1943
Edgar Legare Pennington, 1891-1951
William Norman Pittenger, 1905-1997
Oliver S. Prescott, 1824-1903
Smith Pyne, 1803-1875
Charles Woodruff Rankin, 1819-1886
Arthur Ritchie, 1849-1912
Louis S. Schuyler, 1852-1879
Frederic Hastings Smyth, 1888-1960
Walter Herbert Stowe, 1895-1989
Stephen Chipman Thrall, 1825-1892
Isaac Henry Tuttle, 1811-1896
Stephen Higginson Tyng, 1800-1885
George Roe Van De Water, 1854-1925
Frank Lawrence Vernon, 1873-1944
Francis Vinton, 1809-1872
Alexander Hamilton Vinton, 1807-1881
Edward Abiel Washburn, 1819-1881
Theodore Otto Wedel, 1892-1970
Edward Nason West, 1909-1990
William Edward Wyatt, 1789-1864
Murray Hoffman, 1791-1878
John Jay, 1817-1894
Frederic Cook Morehouse, 1868-1932
Clifford Phelps Morehouse, 1904-1977
Frank William Stringfellow, 1928-1985
Texts organized by date
A Memorial Representing the Present State of Religion, on the Continent of North-America
By Thomas Bray
London: Printed for the Author, 1701.
A Letter to Samuel Osgood, Esq. Occasioned by his Letter upon the Subject of Episcopacy; addressed to a young Gentleman of this City.
New-York: Printed by Collins and Perkins, 1807.
A Plea in Behalf of a Separation of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America.
By A Foreign Missionary.
Boston: Protestant Episcopal press, 1835.
Address in Behalf of the China Mission
By the Rev. William J. Boone, M.D., Missionary of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of America to China.
New-York: W. Osborn, 1837.
The City of the Mormons; Or Three Days at Nauvoo, in 1842
By the Rev. Henry Caswall, M.A.
London: J.G.F. & J. Rivington, 1842.
Church Authority: A Sermon, Preached at Auburn, at the Opening of the Convention of the Diocese of Western New-York, August 10, 1843.
By Lloyd Windsor.
New York: James A. Sparks, 1843.
The New-York Ordination: A Letter Sustaining the Ordination of Mr. Arthur Carey, by the Revd Stephen H. Tyng. Published 1843.
The Joy of the Saints: A Discourse on the Third Sunday after Easter A.D. MDCCCXLIV. Being the first Sunday after the Intelligence of the Death of the Rev. Arthur Carey, A.M., An Assistant Minister in the Church of the Annunciation, New York
By the Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D.
New York, 1844.
The American Missionaries in Greece
An Address Delivered at St. Luke's Church, in the City of Philadelphia, on the Evening of the Thirteenth of October, 1856.
By Henry D. Gilpin.
Philadelphia: King & Baird, 1856.
The Nature of Worship: A Sermon, Preached by the Rev. J. Sabastian B. Hodges, Assistant Rector, at St. Peter's Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., August 24th, 1856.
London: Printed for Private Circulation, 1857.
The Symbolism of the Christian Dead; Or, the Silent Teachings of the Sepulchre.
A Sermon delivered in St. Paul's Church, Hoboken, Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity, 1862.
By Vandervoort Bruce
Hoboken, New Jersey: A. O. Evans, 1863.
Memorial of the Rev. Wm. Chauncy Langdon, on the Subject of the Italian Reform Movement.
Philadelphia: McCalla & Stavely, 1865.
Pastoral Letter of the House of Bishops to the Clergy and Laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, A.D. 1868.
Hartford: The Church Press Company, 1868.
Report on Ritualism by the Committee of Five Bishops.
No place: no publisher, no date, c. 1868.
The Coming Council of 1871, and then _________?
New York: Pott and Amery, 1871.
The Limits of Ritualism in the Protestant Episcopal Church
By the Rev. W. W. Lord, D.D.
Vicksburg, Miss. May 26th, 1872.
Printed at the Herald Book and Job Office, 1872.
A Sermon Commemorative of the Reverend Joseph Richey, preached in Mount Calvary Church, Baltimore, on the twenty-first Sunday after Trinity, October 21st, 1877
By William F. Brand, Rector of S. Mary's Church, Harford Co., Maryland. Baltimore: Innes and Company, 1877.
A Sermon Preached in Grace Church, New York, October 31, 1877, on the Occasion of the Consecration of the Rev. Samuel I.J. Schereschewsky, D.D., as Missionary Bishop of Shanghai, having Jurisdiction in China.
By Rt. Rev. Wm. Bacon Stevens, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Pennsylvania.
New York: Foreign Committee, 
The See-Principle and the Cathedral Church
Practically Considered with Reference to the Diocese of Wisconsin
Milwaukee: Printed by the Milwaukee News, 1878.
Can a bishop prevent the settlement of a "Qualified Minister of the Church" as rector of a parish in his diocese? An opinion. Printed by order of the rector; wardens and vestrymen of the Church of the Good Shepherd Quincy, Ill., accompanied with a letter addressed to the Clerical and Lay Delegates of Quincy, July, 1883. n.p.
William West Skiles
A Sketch of Missionary Life at Valle Crucis in Western North Carolina 1842-1862
Edited by Susan Fenimore Cooper
New York: James Pott & Co., 1890.
Some American Churchmen
By Frederic Cook Morehouse
Milwaukee: The Young Churchman, 1892.
The Historic Episcopate
An Essay on the Four Articles of Church Unity Proposed by the American House of Bishops and the Lambeth Conference
By Charles Woodruff Shields, D.D., LL.D. Professor in Princeton University.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1894.
The Episcopal Church and the Colored People: A Statement of Facts
By the Rev. Owen Meredith Waller, Rector of St. Luke's Church, Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.: Emmett C. Jones & Co., 
The College Warden
By Henry A. Fairbairn
New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1899.
The American Priest at Work: A Symposium of Papers
Edited by the Rev. Edward Macomb Duff, A.M., Rector of St. Thomas' Church, Buffalo, N.Y.
Milwakuee: The Young Churchman, 1900.
London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1900.
The Tories of Chippeny Hill, Connecticut: A Brief Account of the Loyalists of Bristol, Plymouth and Harwinton, Who Founded St. Matthew's Church in East Plymouth in 1791
By E. LeRoy Pond.
New York: The Grafton Press, 1909.
The Church in the Confederate States
A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States
By Joseph Blount Cheshire, D.D., Bishop of North Carolina
New York, London, Bombay and Calcutta: Longmans, Green and Co., 1912.
Charles N. Lathrop, Catholic and Reformer
By Clinton Rogers Woodruff.
The Use of the Chalice
A Report of the House of Bishops on the Use of the Cup in the Holy Communion, 1913
Milwaukee: Morehouse, n.d.
Notes for Meditation on the Beatitudes of the Psalter
By Arthur W. Jenks, D.D.
New York: Crothers, 1914.
Christ's Challenge to Man's Spirit in This World Crisis
Advent Addresses at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York
By George William Douglas
New York and London: Longmans, 1918.
The American Episcopal Church Interpreted for English Churchmen
By Arthur Whipple Jenks
London: SPCK, 1919. New York: Macmillan, 1919.
The People's Book of Worship: A Study of the Book of Common Prayer
By John Wallace Suter and Charles Morris Addison
New York: Macmillan, 1919.
Diary and Letters of the Reverend Joseph W. Cook, Missionary to Cheyenne
Arranged by the Rt. Rev. N. S. Thomas, S.T.D.
Laramie, Wyoming: The Laramie Republican Company, 1919.
The Catholic Faith and the Religious Situation. A Series of Addresses Given under the auspices of The Transfiguration Branch of the Churchmen's Alliance. Lent, 1921.
New York: The Churchmen's Alliance, 1921.
The New American Prayer Book: Its History and Contents
By E. Clowes Chorley, D.D.
Historiographer of the Protestant Episcopal Church
New York: Macmillan Company, 1929.
American Congress Booklets. Published for the Catholic Congress of the Episcopal Church.
Milwaukee: Morehouse, ca. 1933.
History of the American Episcopal Church 1600-1915
By the Reverend S. D. McConnell, D.D., D.C.L., LL. D.
Milwaukee: Morehouse; London: A. R. Mowbray & Co., 1934.
Our Church and Orientals in America
New York: The National Council, 1937.
To His Soul's Health
By the Reverend Gordon B. Wadhams and the Reverend Thomas J. Bigham, Jr.
Church of the Resurrection, Manhattan: Lenten Booklet, 1944.
The Establishment of the American Branch of the Guild of All Souls,
An historical address by the Reverend Thomas J. M. Davis, delivered at the Easter Meeting of the Guild, Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, New York, 20 April 1963.
History of the Church of the Ascension, Chicago, Illinois 1857-1982
By George C. Giles, Jr.
Aberdeen, South Dakota: North Plains Press, 1984.
This Planted Vine: A Narrative History of the Episcopal Diocese of New York.
By James Elliott Lindsley.
New York: Harper and Row Publishers, 1984.
A Pioneer Missionary
By the Rt. Rev. Lemuel H. Wells
Seattle: Progressive Printing, no date.