St. Paul's School Booklet, 1819-1821


St. Paul's School Booklet, 1819-1821


The St. Paul's School Booklet, held by the Archives of Appalachia at East Tennessee State University, is a hand-written, sewn booklet (6½ x 4 inches) written in German. The booklet contains a description of the school's creation, names of the trustees, a list of subscribers and amounts pledged, rules and regulations of the school, and a report of the Synod Committee. Pages 1-3 describe the creation of the St. Paul School Foundation; pages 4-5 include the signatures of 15 men; page 5 includes the names of trustees; pages 6-10 list the rules and regulations for school; pages 12-13 list the names of subscribers and amounts pledged; pages 14-15 include a report of Synod Committee (headed by Ambrose Henkel).


St. Paul's School (Greene County, Tenn.) (Organization)


St. Paul's School Booklet, Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University




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St. Paul's School (Greene County, Tenn.) (Organization), “St. Paul's School Booklet, 1819-1821,” Archives of Appalachia, accessed June 25, 2022,