Abstract

The purpose of this writing is to bring to light and to trace the historical development of the religious education program of the Episcopal Church in Utah from its first organized attempts to the present time.
The writer has gone to as many original or near original sources as possible. Considerable dependence was placed upon a careful survey of historical books and articles published by the Episcopal Church. These sources were supplemented by personal interviews with Mrs. Elizabeth T. Corr, headmistress of Rowland Hall, and Right Rev. Richard S. Watson, Bishop of the Episcopal Missionary District of Utah, who were most helpful.
A doctoral dissertation by Laverne Bane, prepared at Stanford University was very helpful.
Many newspaper clippings and pamphlets were available at the Utah Historical Society.

Degree

MRE

College and Department

Religious Education; Church History and Doctrine

Rights

http://lib.byu.edu/about/copyright/

Date Submitted

1967

Document Type

Thesis

Handle

http://hdl.lib.byu.edu/1877/etdm456

Keywords

Episcopal Church, Education, Utah, Church history, Church schools

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