The Farmer Boy Who Became a Bishop: The Autobiography of the Right Reverend Anson Rogers Graves

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THE FARMER BOY WHO BECAME A BISHOP

The Autobiography of The Right Reverend ANSON ROGERS GRAVES, S. T. D., LL. D.

THE NEW WIERNER COMPANY AKRON, OHIO 1911

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Dedication 3
  • Contents 4
  • Chapter I - Childhood 5
  • Chapter II - Frontier Life 9
  • Chapter III - Childish Aspirations 15
  • Chapter IV - Farm Life 25
  • Chapter V - Political Aspirations 33
  • Chapter VI - School Days in Rutland 38
  • Chapter VII - Freshman Year in College 49
  • Chapter VIII - Sophomore Year 56
  • Chapter IX - Later College Career 67
  • Chapter X - Teaching and Business 76
  • Chapter XI - Seminary Life 83
  • Chapter XII - Europe 87
  • Chapter XIII - Germany 94
  • Chapter XIV - Work in the West 100
  • Chapter XV - Work in New England 104
  • Chapter XVI - Gethsemane Church, Minneapolis 108
  • Chapter XVII - Early Episcopate 114
  • Chapter XVIII - 1891 121
  • Chapter XIX - 1892 125
  • Chapter XX - 1893 126
  • Chapter XXI - 1894 130
  • Chapter XXII - 1895 136
  • Chapter XXIII - 1896 140
  • Chapter XXIV - 1897 144
  • Chapter XXV - 1898 147
  • Chapter XXVI - 1899 150
  • Chapter XXVII - 1900 154
  • Chapter XXVII - 1901 158
  • Chapter XXIX - 1902 161
  • Chapter XXX - 1903 164
  • Chapter XXXI - 1904 168
  • Chapter XXXII - 1905 171
  • Chapter XXXIII - 1906 177
  • Chapter XXXIV - 1907 187
  • Chapter XXXV - 1908 191
  • Chapter XXXVI - 1909 195
  • Chapter XXXVII - 1910 200
  • Appendix 210
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