John McMillan, the Apostle of Presbyterianism in the West, 1752-1833
University of Pittsburgh Press, Dec 15, 1952 - Biography & Autobiography - 296 pages
The first comprehensive biography of John McMillan, who “blew the Gospel trumpet”, and spread Presbyterianism west of the Alleghenies. McMillan was a missionary, minister, politician, patriarch, and a founder of Washington and Jefferson College. The book also offers a colorful hstory of the Scotch-Irish pioneers who tamed a rugged and hostile region of early America.
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