The Parson of the Islands: A Biography of the Late Rev. Joshua Thomas : with Sketches of Many of His Contemporaries and an Account of the Origin of Methodism on the Islands of the Chesapeake and Eastern Shores of Maryland and Virginia
Office of the Methodist Home Journal, 1872 - 168 pages
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