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Religious bodies: 1906.
United States. Bureau of the Census
|Series||Special reports / Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, Special reports (United States. Bureau of the Census)|
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Bureau of the Census, William Chamberlin Hunt Full view - Religious bodies: [William C Hunt; United States. Bureau of the Census,] -- Includes statistics for memberships, Sunday schools, ministers, languages used in the conduct of services, and a sketch of the missionary, educational, and philanthropic work of the various.
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SPECIAL REPORTS RELIGIOUS BODIES: PART I SUMMARY AND GENERAL TABLES Interactive Table of Contents Click on the title of the section you wish to view. Document will appear with a “bookmarks” column on the left side.
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She writes a couple of other books that I may buy too/5(71). The Census of Religious Bodies, there were nineteen churches in Tennessee, ten in Arkansas, nine in Kentucky, five in Georgia, four in Indiana, three in Florida, two each in Alabama and Texas, and one in Missouri with a total membership of United States Census of Religious Bodies, County File, The United States Census of Religious Bodies is, as the name suggests, a census of religious organizations, not a census of individuals (the U.S.
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There is a distinct people taking the word of God as their only and sufficient rule of faith, calling their churches "churches of Christ" or "churches of God," distinct and separate in name, work, and rule of faith from all other bodies of people. The U.S.
Religious Census for the first time listed the "Churches of Christ" and the.↑ William Chamberlin Hunt and United States Bureau of the Census, Religious Bodies: (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, ), Vol.
Digital version at Google Books. ↑ Map of the Roman Catholic Dioceses in the United States of America, Office of Catholic Schools Diocese of Columbus, accessed 3 Nov Religious Bodies, [Excerpts Relating to African American Religious Bodies].