Elizabeth Sarah Kite and the Seminaries of France

...e significant impact. Based on the piece that Kite wrote, she had been in contact with the Cardinal of Reims as well (though I did not see evidence of this correspondence in the collection). The Cardinal of Reims at the time was Louis-Henri-Joseph Luçon, whose church in Reims became a

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Friendly and Adopted Sons

...k for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland.[11] With that the society has continued to meet and function with the city as a social and charitable organization. [1] List of members of the Hibernian Society for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland, together with the list of members of the

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Research Request Forms

...py of the record. CHRC has some school records, mainly report cards, for a number of parochial schools: Ascension of Our Lord, St. Catharine of Sienna, St. Donato, St. Frances Cabrini Regional School, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Gertrude, St. Hugh, St. Joan of Arc, St. Madeline Sophie, Mater Dolorosa,

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1832 Cholera Outbreak in Philadelphia and Duffy’s Cut

...ents fled from the city to the countryside. August proved to be the worst month with well over a hundred cases a day reported. A significant number of those cases resulted in death. The worst days in the city were August 6, when there were 176 cases and 71 deaths,

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