A Goodly Heritage: The History of the Cote St. Charles and Wyman Memorial Churches of the United Church of Canada, Hudson, Quebec

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A Goodly Heritage: The History of the Cote St. Charles and Wyman Memorial Churches of the United Church of Canada, Hudson, Quebec
Abstract
Wyman Memorial United Church in Hudson, Quebec, was named for the Rev. Daniel Wyman, the Methodist minister who was the inspiration for its construction in 1907. Prior to 1907, Hudson Methodist Church in central Hudson was built in 1872 and closed in 1907 when Wyman Memorial Church was built. Côte St. Charles United Church in St. Lazare, Quebec, is over 150 years old. Originally a Methodist church, it was destroyed by fire in 1905, but was re-built before the year was out.
Place
Hudson, QC
Publisher
[s.n.]
Date
1967
Language
en
Citation
Walkington, Douglas. A Goodly Heritage: The History of the Cote St. Charles and Wyman Memorial Churches of the United Church of Canada, Hudson, Quebec. Hudson, QC: [s.n.], 1967.
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