Published 1949 by Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church in [Garrison, N.Y.] .
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|Other titles||Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church.|
|Statement||by Thomas E. Jessett.|
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|Pagination||p. -310. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
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The Episcopate in America by William Stevens Perry Published by Christian Literature Company in New York, USA. Paddock was appointed the first Missionary Bishop for the Episcopal Church in the Washington Territory in He moved to New Tacoma in with his wife Fannie Paddock and their five children.
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