America and the American Church
Rev. Henry Caswall emigrated to the U.S. from England as a young man but then returned to England as an adult. He came back to America in the 1860s, where he remained until his death. America, and the American Church examines the success of the American Episcopalian church and its congregations in different parts of the United States during this period.
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