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'Conformable to the Doctrine and Discipline' The History of…

by Nancy T Sorrells, Katharine L Brown, Susanne Simmons

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History of Trinity Episcopal Church from 1746-1996. The book discusses the three churches that were built on the site, its burying ground, and its place in history as the seat of the Virginia government for 17 days during the American Revolution. One chapter discusses Trinity’s sixteen Tiffany stained glass windows.
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