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Anglicanism in Minnesota

The Minnesota Mission
From The Colonial Church Chronicle, and Missionary Journal, Vol. IV (June 1851), pages 446-453.

The Works of Bishop Whipple

The Work of a Missionary Church: A Primary Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Minnesota, delivered at the Opening of the Convention in St. Luke's Church, Hastings, St. Barnabas' Day, 1862.

Bishop Whipple as a Mediator for the Rights of the Indians in Treaties
By General John B. Sanborn. An Address on October 14, 1901.

The Work of Bishop Whipple in Missions for the Indians
By the Hon. Charles E. Flandrau. An Address on October 14, 1901.

The Work of Bishop Whipple for the Episcopal Church
By the Rev. William Cox Pope. An Address on October 14, 1901.

Bishop Whipple as a Citizen of Minnesota
By the Hon. Greenleaf Clark. An Address on October 14, 1901.

The Life of the Reverend James Lloyd Breck, D.D. Chiefly from Letters Written by Himself
Compiled by Charles Breck, D.D.
New York: E. & J. B. Young, 1883.

Chapter III. Farewell to Nashotah
Chapter IV. Minnesota
Chapter V. The Chippeway Mission--Gull Lake
Chapter VI. The Chippeway Mission--Leach Lake
Chapter VII. The Chippeway Mission--Ke-sah-gah
Chapter VIII. Faribault

Early Episcopal Churches and Missions in Minnesota.
By the Rev. George C. Tanner. Read at the Monthly meeting of the Executive Council, May 12, 1902.

History of Fort Ripley, 1849 to 1859, based on the Diary of the Rev. Solon W. Manney, D.D. Chaplain of this post from 1851 to 1859.
By the Rev. George C. Tanner
Minnesota Historical Society Collections, 1905

The Rev. Ezekiel Gilbert Gear, D.D., Chaplain at Fort Snelling, 1838-1858.
An Address on the Occasion of the Presentation of His Portrait to the Minnesota Historical Society, at the Monthly meeting of its Executive Council, February 12, 1906, by the Rt. Rev. Samuel Cook Edsall, Bishop of Minnesota.

Mahlon Norris Gilbert: Bishop Coadjutor of Minnesota 1886-1900.
By Francis Leseure Palmer, with an Introduction by Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, Presiding Bishop of the American Church.
Milwaukee: The Young Churchman, 1912.
London: Mowbray, 1912.

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