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Wesson Miller, Wisconsin Methodist Minister

Narrative of the life of a Wisconsin pastor in the nineteenth century


The Methodist Episcopal Church in Wisconsin has a vibrant and storied past. This database is a collection of memoirs by Wesson Miller, a pastor of the church in the nineteenth century. It details his work in the ministry on the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago and in eastern Wisconsin. Researchers will find descriptions of Green Lake Mission, Watertown, and Lawrence College in Appleton. It also provides Miller's commentary on various Methodist conferences, and the issue of slavery. For those wishing to better understand the life of a Methodist minister in Wisconsin in the nineteenth century, this can be an interesting narrative.
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