Twelve came riding. / Kenneth S. Jones, editor. Prepared for the Association of Methodist Historical Societies.
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- Physical Description: 173 pages : maps, portraits ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Nashville : Abingdon Press, 
|General Note:|| Reports of "Saddlebags East", the horseback rides made by twelve Methodist ministers from their pastorates to Baltimore to participate in the celebration of the Bicentennial of American Methodism, April 21-24, 1966.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| John R. Allan: fifteen years of preparation.--Daniel T. Benedict, Sr.: to both questions "yes".--John L. Camp: pax ecumenicus.--Charles E. Covington: Saddlebags West.--Sidney C. Dillinger: Missouri to Baltimore, 1966.--Tommy Faggart: doctor's orders; go somewhere on a horse.--Woodrow W. Hayzlett: three and a half days, seven horses.--R. Kenneth Keiper: a tale of two preachers, horse and rider.--Sumner L. Martin: "forever beginning".--William W. Richardson: incredible Iowan.--Lester Spencer: take an idea, wrap it in a person.--Dan W. Tohline: two centuries later it's the witness that counts.--Epilogue.
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