Providence Independent Newspaper, 1875-1893

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[4] p. “Persistent in the Right – Fearless in Opposing Wrong.” Newspaper published in Collegeville, Pa. Weekly. Contains local, national and international news, fiction and advertisements.

Publication Date

4-19-1883

Publisher

Collegeville: E. S. Moser

Place of Publication

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

newspaper, Trappe, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Montgomery County, Freeland

Rights

The digital images presented here are provided through the cooperation of Ursinus College and the Historical Society of Trappe, Collegeville, and Perkiomen Valley. Please contact the Historical Society (Info@TrappeHistoricalSociety.org) for permission to publish these images.

Disciplines

American Politics | Cultural History | Social History | United States History

Comments

Published every Thursday. This is the first issue published in Collegeville.

This issue contains the thirteenth in a series of local history articles by F. G. Hobson. This article is about the building of the Lutheran Church in Trappe.

Also included is a report on the Sunday School Convention held in Trinity Christian Church at Freeland. Reverend J. H. A. Bomberger and professor J. Shelly Weinberger of Ursinus College participated in the convention.

Geographic Coverage

Collegeville, Montgomery, Pennsylvania

Frequency

Weekly

Source

Historical Society of Trappe, Collegeville, and Perkiomen Valley

Language

English

Providence Independent, V. 8, Thursday, April 19, 1883, [Whole Number: 409]

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