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  • “A Brief History of Southfield Reformed Presbyterian Church.” Southfield Reformed Presbyterian Church.  Southfield Reformed Presbyterian Church, 2007-2011. Web. 11 April 2011. <www.reformed.com/history.php>.
  • Danquah, Rochelle. “The Spirit of Abolition in Southfield.” Michigan Remembers the Civil War 1861-1865 Lecture Series. Southfield Public Library. Southfield Public Library, Southfield, MI. 14/04/2011. Lecture. 
  •  Edgar, John O. Southfield Reformed Presbyterian Church from 1834-1973. Paper presented at the annual Congregational meeting, Jan. 1972. <www.reformed.com/history(edgar).php>.
  • Glasgow, W. Melancthon. History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in America: with sketches of all her ministry, congregations, missions, institutions, publications, etc., and embellished with over fifty portraits and engravings. Baltimore, MD: Hill & Harvey, c1888. <http://reformedpresbyterian.org/download/history.pdf>.
  • Milligan, James S. T. “To Siebert, Wilbur.” 05/12/1895. Letter MIC 192 of Wilbur H. Siebert Collection. Ed. Allen T Price and Tara A. Riese. Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, c2001. Item 1133. Microform.
  • Thompson, Mary. “The Covenanter Church of Southfield and Its Early History related by Miss Mary E Thompson.” Birmingham Eccentric. Feb. [nd], 1915. [np] <www.reformed.com/history(thompson).php>.

 

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  • Nancy L. Beets, Adult Services Coordinator
  • Laurie K. Penn, Senior Outreach Librarian
  • Kathleen Joritz, Adult Services Intern

Please direct questions or comments to: Nancy L. Beets at nbeets@southfieldlibrary.org

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