2 edition of American state papers and related documents on freedom in religion. found in the catalog.
American state papers and related documents on freedom in religion.
William Addison Blakely
by Published for the Religious Liberty Association by the Review and Herald in Washington
Written in English
First ed. published in 1891 under title: American state papers bearing on Sunday legislation.
|LC Classifications||BV133 .B6 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||915|
|LC Control Number||50000206|
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