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    James DeKoven


The Canon On Ritual, and the Holy Eucharist; A Speech Delivered in the General Convention, October 26th, 1874, by the Rev. James De Koven, D.D., Warden of Racine College.
New York: T. Whittaker, 1874.

Three Letters upon the Confessional, to James DeKoven, D.D.
With the Resolutions of the Faculty of Nashotah, and a Speech Upon Eucharistic Adoration, Read before the Special Council held in Milwaukee, Feb. 11, 12 and 13, 1874, for the Election of a Bishop in the Diocese of Wisconsin.
By William Adams, D.D.
Milwaukee: Burdick and Armitage, 1874.

To the Laymen of the Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Wisconsin
Signed by "Many Laymen, who fear these matters are not well understood."
[no place:] [no publisher], 1874.

The Late Wisconsin Council from the Unheard Side
[No attribution.]
No place: no publisher, 1874.

The Eucharistic Controversy
By James DeKoven
From the Church and the World, October, 1874.

A Letter from the Rev. James DeKoven, D.D., Warden of Racine College, to the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of Illinois, in Convention Assembled, September 14, 15, 16, 17 A.D. 1875. Together with the Action of the Convention of the Diocese of Illinois Thereon.
Chicago: Mitchell and Hatheway, 1875.

The Legality of the Election of Dr. DeKoven as Bishop of Illinois, Established in an Opinion Given by Request of the Standing Committee
By S. Corning Judd.
Chicago: Culver, Page, Hoyne and Co., 1875.

A Letter to a Layman of the Diocese of Illinois, on the Legal Right of the General Convention, and of the Several Standing Committees, to Consider the Personal Qualifications of A Bishop-Elect, and to Assent to, Or Refuse to Assent to, His Consecration.
By William Rudder
Philadelphia: McCalla & Stavely, 1875.

Memorial to the Standing Committees of the Several Dioceses of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, Touching Their Consent to the Consecration of the Rev. James DeKoven, D.D. as Bishop of Illinois.
Chicago: no publisher, [1875]

The Standing Committees: Their Province in Connection with the Ordering of Deacons and Priests, and the Consecration of Bishops.
By Stephen P. Nash.
New York: Pott, Young & Co., 1875.

Authorized Report of the Third Church Congress in the United States
Boston, November 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1876.
Edited by the General Secretary [George D. Wildes]
New York: T. Whittaker, 1876.

The Relation of the Protestant Episcopal Church to Freedom of Religious Thought
by James De Koven

Historical Sketch of Racine College, Founded at Racine, Wisconsin, A.D. 1852.
Prepared at the Request of the Warden, by the Rev. Homer Wheeler.
Madison, Wisconsin: Atwood and Culver, 1876.

Review of Canon Trevor on the Holy Eucharist.
By the Reverend Doctor De Koven.
The Church Eclectic, March 1877. Volume 4, Number 12.

The See-Principle and the Cathedral Church
Practically Considered with Reference to the Diocese of Wisconsin
Milwaukee: Printed by the Milwaukee News, 1878.

Dorchester Polytechnic Academy, Dr. Neverasole, Principal.
Milwaukee: Morehouse, 1879.

Sermons Preached on Various Occasions by the Reverend James de Koven.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1880.

The Visit of the General Convention of 1886 to Racine College
no place: no publisher, 1886.

Life of the Reverend James de Koven, D. D., Sometime Warden of Racine College
By William C. Pope, M.A.
New York: James Pott & Company, 1899.

The Wisconsin Issue
By James B. Pradt

Principles--Not Men

The Upright Man
Memorial Sermon for James DeKoven in Grace Church, Chicago,
By the Rev. Dr. Locke. The Church Eclectic, 1879

Obituary Notice from The Church Eclectic.

Some American Churchmen
By Frederic Cook Morehouse
Milwaukee: The Young Churchman, 1892.

James DeKoven, Warden of Racine College

The Reverend Dr. James DeKoven
By T.F. Gailor
From The Sewanee Review, volume 1, number 3, May, 1893.

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