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, 
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.
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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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