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St. Paul’s Evangelical Church was formed to fill a void

February 18, 2014

Like many of the area’s earliest churches, St. Paul’s Evangelical Church was formed to fill a void....

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luvthesouth

Feb-18-14 4:36 PM

LovesBuckeyes....i agree. we are often overlooked.

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whatdifferencedoesitmake

Feb-18-14 12:40 PM

German, Irish, Italian, English, Canadian, Spanish, French, Dutch, Norwegian, Russia, Africa, the Middle East. They asked permission to enter. They assimilated. They learned to speak and write and read American Engish, and conduct business and civic duties in accordance with American culture and values of the Republic. That should be the standard for modern immigrants as well. Nice article.

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LovesBuckeyes

Feb-18-14 11:41 AM

I just wanted to say how much I liked this article. I think our country often overlooks the contributions and heritage of the people who came here from Germany.

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