Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2001009139
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MC 57
Abstract Anna Scull was born in December of 1832. She devoted nearly 30 years teaching in the public schools of Philadelphia. By 1874, Scull was appointed principal of the Hunter Girl’s Grammar School located at Dauphin and Mascher Streets in Philadelphia. During a class lecture in February of 1881, Anna Scull was alleged to have taught students false statements that insulted the Catholic faith. As a result of these allegations, a petition dated March 8, 1881 was presented by parents,...
Dates: 1881-1917; Majority of material found in 1881 - 1881
Identifier: MC 53
Abstract In the late 19th century, the archivist of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia H. T. Henry began collecting transcripts to be used in a series that would be published in the Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. The series was titled, "Papers Relating to the Church in America". A total of six series were produced; the first series appeared in 1896 and the final series appeared in 1898.The Transcripts from the Irish College in...