May 13, 2012

'Troublous Times': Trinity Lutheran Church and the Civil War

Location: 31 S Duke St, Lancaster, PA 17602, USA

Thank you to everyone who attended my presentation this morning.  Over the next week, I'll post more content related to the presentation, but for now here's a link to a couple posts in which I've written in more detail about Trinity Lutheran Church and the Civil War.
Also, here's a <link> to the presentation handout which contains an outline and the following primary sources, which consists of:
  1. Resolutions Adopted by the General Synod of the Lutheran Church at the 1862 Conference
  2. Reply to General Synod Resolutions by President Lincoln
  3. “A Visit to the Antietam Hospitals and Battle-field” by Charles A. Heinitsh and/or John B. Kevinski
  4. “A Week Among the Soldiers in the Hospitals” by Rev. F. W. Conrad
  5. A Letter from Dr. John F. Huber
  6. Opening to Rev. F. W. Conrad’s “America’s Blessings and Obligations”
  7. A Letter from D. P. Rosenmiller aboard the USS Essex
  8. From “A Historical Sketch of Trinity Lutheran Church”
  9. Recommended Reading
Please let me know if you have any questions by posting in the comments section below or sending me an email at vince@lancasteratwar.com.  In case you couldn't tell, I really enjoy talking about these topics and connecting anyone interested to resources that are relevant to them.

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