|Creator:||Italian Evangelical Movement (Wis.).|
|Abstract:||Records (1928-1969) of the Italian Evangelical Movement (Wisconsin) consist of essays, clippings, correspondence, and programs concerning the Movement and its leaders, Rev. G. Busacca, the first pastor in charge of evangelical work among Italians in Racine, Wisconsin (1914-1920), Rev. A. Germanotta, and Rev. August Giuliani.|
|Quantity:||1 linear in.|
|Language:||Mostly in English; some Italian|
The Evangelical Association, a missionary church, was founded in 1916. It united with the United Evangelical Church in 1922 and the name was changed to Evangelical Church. Work in Wisconsin began in 1908.
The Italian Evangelical Movement, Wisconsin collection is available for public research.
The Italian Evangelical Movement, Wisconsin collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.
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The Italian Evangelical Movement, Wisconsin Records, Italian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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