Researching our ancestors’ religion can deepen our understanding of their lives. I’m thrilled to feature the Presbyterian Historical Society in this episode. The Presbyterians were some of the first to arrive in Pennsylvania and have churches all over the state. Get tips on researching in their original congregational records direct from their experts!
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Presbyterian Historical Society https://www.history.pcusa.org
Current Active Presbyterian Churches https://pcusa.org
Brief History of the Presbyterian Church https://www.history.pcusa.org/history-online/presbyterian-history/history-church
Timeline of Presbyterian History in America https://www.sutori.com/en/story/timeline-of-presbyterian-history-in-america–ogoSFqdtmsxwumZf9xHHiukQ
Family Tree of Presbyterian Denominations https://www.history.pcusa.org/history-online/presbyterian-history/family-tree-presbyterian-denominations
Journal of Presbyterian History on JSTOR https://www.jstor.org/publisher/phs
Bibliographies of Presbyterian history https://catalog.history.pcusa.org/cgi-bin/koha/opac-shelves.pl?page=1&category=2&op=list
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