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Rev. William W. Everts
Rev. William W. Everts
TitleRev. William W. Everts
DescriptionFrom text: "The Rev. W. W. Everts, D.D., of the First Baptist Church, was another who could always be depended on to strike straight from the shoulder. He left Louisville, Ky., in 1859, because of his anti-slavery views. Although his congregation was loyal to him, he felt he must have a freer field than a Southern pulpit afforded; and though he was absent when the secession crisis came to a head, it is said that the influence of the people of his old congregation was most effective in holding Kentucky to the side of the Union. Dr. Everts was probably the most forceful preacher in the history of the city's pulpit."
Date1910-04-09
TypeDrawings
Portraits
Identifierbygonedaysinchic00cook_raw_0151a.jp2
Source Pagehttp://www.archive.org/stream/bygonedaysinchic00cook#page/94/mode/2up
Link to the Full-Texthttp://hdl.handle.net/10111/UIUCOCA:bygonedaysinchic00cook
Physical LocationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Formatimage/jp2
LanguageEnglish
Subject NameEverts, W. W. (William Wallace), 1814-1890
SubjectClergy
Preachers
Coverage-SpatialChicago (Ill.)
Coverage-Temporal1910-1919
PublisherUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Illinois at Chicago
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Sub-CollectionPeople
Men
Book TitleBygone days in Chicago; recollections of the "Garden city" of the sixties
Author of the BookCook, Frederick Francis
CollectionPicture Chicago
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