The Historical memorial of the centennial anniversary of the Presbytery of Huntingdon

held in Huntingdon, Pa., April 9, 1895 : 1795-1895.

Publisher: Printed by J.B. Lippincott Co. in Philadelphia

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STATED MEETING OF THE PRESBYTERY OF HUNTINGDON FRUIT HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NEW MILLPORT, PA Get a head start on reading the proposed amendments to the Book of Order sent down by the nd Huntingdon Presbytery will vote on them at its January meeting. Announcements Septem Page 6 Operation School Supplies is a Mission. This research was done and placed in the Huntingdon County Historical Society files by Robert H. Cree. The information conflicts with the date that appears on a plaque mounted on the bridge. Based on information accepted by the County, a One Hundredth Anniversary observance was held at the bridge in October History of the Presbytery of Huntingdon / (Bellefonte, Pa.: Bellefonte Press Co. Print, ), by William J. Gibson (page images at HathiTrust) A history of the First Presbyterian church of Carlisle, Pa. (Carlisle, "Valley sentinel" office, ), by Conway P. Wing (page images at HathiTrust) Minutes of Fayetteville Presbytery [serial]. Semi-centennial anniversary of first Presbyterian church of Portage COVID Updates: The Wisconsin Historical Society hours have changed. See a .

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Lippincott Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: "Published by the authority of the Presbytery." Historical sketches of individual churches: p. Includes index. Description. The historical memorial of the centennial anniversary of the presbytery of Huntingdon held in Huntingdon, Pa., April 9, ; published by the authority of the presbytery.

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Broader terms: Church buildings; Designs and plans; Filed under: Church buildings -- Designs. History of the Society The Huntingdon County Historical Society was formed in to plan the observance of the county’s th anniversary.

At the successful conclusion of that effort, those involved elected to charter the Society as an ongoing organization. Living Historian Dr. James Hayden and his Civil War Surgical Wagon will be at HCHS to celebrate the th Anniversary of the Founding of Huntingdon.

Please join us for demonstrations of the medical practices during the Civil War era. This event is free and open to. By Virginia Rainey. The people who became the Presbyterians of Huntingdon Presbytery were Scots-Irish, who moved westward from the Cumberland Valley seeking land.

Bythe most intrepid and independent of the Scots Irish were pushing their way into the northern part of Fulton County and infilling the upper Juniata Valleys.