The first Chicago church records, 1833-44 including a chronology of churches in northeastern Illinois, 1833-60 by Joseph J. Thompson

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Published by Gateway Press in Baltimore, Maryland, Lemont, Illinois .

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  • Church records and registers -- Illinois -- Chicago.,
  • Church records and registers -- Illinois.,
  • Catholics -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Genealogy.,
  • Catholics -- Illinois -- Genealogy.,
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Genealogy.,
  • Illinois -- Genealogy.

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Statementby Joseph J. Thompson ; index by Nancy C. Thornton.
LC ClassificationsF548.25 .T46 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 98 p.
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2417127M
LC Control Number87083648

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