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Alexander Procter, the Sage of Independence
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TitleAlexander Procter, the Sage of Independence
AbstractPhotos and biographical article about Reverend Alexander Procter (1825-1900), a country preacher in the Midwest starting in 1845 and becoming well-known in Independence. Born in Kentucky and moving with his family to Randolph County, Missouri in 1836 before traveling around Missouri and organizing "the orphans school for girls at Camden Point," Missouri in 1868 and co-founding "The Christian" newspaper published in Kansas City in 1869 (later becoming the "Christian Evangelist").
AuthorKeith Wilson
DateJuly 1965
SourceJackson County Historical Society Journal
Locationq977.841 J14j
Volume6
Number17
Page7, 9
Local SubjectProcter, Alexander
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID117175
CONTENTdm number17373
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