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  • [Info] The Cathedral, by Hugh Walpole (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
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  • [Info] Report of the Committee on the Destruction of Churches in the Diocese of South Carolina During the Late War: Presented to the Protestant Episcopal Convention, May, 1868 (Charleston, SC: J. Walker, 1868), by Episcopal Church Diocese of South Carolina, contrib. by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, Peter J. Shand, and Paul Trapier
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