A century of Presbyterianism in Saskatchewan, 1866-1966 by Robert D. Dunning

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Published by St. Paul"s Presbyterian Church in Prince Albert, Sask .

Written in English

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  • Presbyterian Church in Saskatchewan.

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Statement[by] Robert D. Dunning.
ContributionsPrince Albert, Sask. St. Paul"s Presbyterian Church.
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LC ClassificationsBX9002.S27 D8
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
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Open LibraryOL4058476M
LC Control Number79499455

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