The Life and Writings of Rufus C. Burleson: Containing a Biography of Dr. Burleson by Harry Haynes; Funeral Occasion, with Sermons, Etc; Selected "chapel Talks;" Dr. Burleson as a Preacher, with Selected Sermons

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Georgia Jenkins Burleson, 1901 - 887 Seiten
This work contains a biography of Rufus C. Burleson, a Baptist preacher and second president of Baylor University. It also includes his sermons, addresses, lectures, letters, published articles.
 

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CHAPTER IXRev Wm M Tryon Called to the Houston Pastor
69
CHAPTER XMr Burlesons Arrival in Houston Meets a Cordial
75
CHAPTER XIReturns to Houston From Galveston Meeting
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CHAPTER XIIMr Burlesons Estimate of the Pastorate
91
CHAPTER XIIIWisdom of Texas Pioneer Baptists in Founding
99
CHAPTER XIVBaylor University Born in a Storm Santa Fe
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CHAPTER XVFirst Session of Baylor Under Dr Burlesons
119
Old Baylor University Buildings at Independence
121
CHAPTER XVIEffects of the Revolutions Between Texas
129
Dr Burleson and Wife in 1833
135
CHAPTER XVIIIBaylor Now a Real University Every Facility
142
CHAPTER XIXClose of the Fall Term of 1854 School in Prosper
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CIIAPTER XXDr Burlesons Foresight Predicts Future
158
Richard B Burleson
161
Baptistry of the Independence Church
168
CIIAPTER XXIBaylor University From 1855 to 1860 Brilliant
169
CHAPTER XXIIFacilities of the University Enlarged Depart
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CHAPTER XXIIILegal Relations of Baylor University to Texas
185
CIIAPTER XXIVChapel Talks Subjects Discussed Extract from
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CHAPTER XXVControversy Between President Burleson
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CHAPTER XXVIControversy Between President Burleson
222
CHAPTER XXVIIResigns the Presidency of Baylor Iniversity
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CHAPTER XXIXDr Burlesons Appearance in the State Con
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CHAPTER XXXIn 1832 Convention Meets in Marshall 1833
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CHAPTER XXXIMeeting of the State Convention in 1854 Bap
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CHAPTER XXXIIImportance of the Office of Corresponding Sec
272
CILAPTER XXXIIIConvention Ready to Place Any Honor at Di
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CHAPTER XXXIVTexas Pathmakers Came in a Struggle Liveil
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CHAPTER XXXTDr Burlesons Dominating Absorbing Puiposa
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Baylor University
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CHAPTER XXXVIIEducation in Texas Under the Republic
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CHAPTER XXXVIIIProgress of Education in Texas Under
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CHAPTER XXXIXEducation in Texas Under the Provisional
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CHAPTER XLThe Peabody Education Fund George Peabody
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CHAPTER XLIAddress of Hon Robert C Winthrop Chairman
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CHAPTER XLIIProgress of Public Education in Texas Applica
353
CHAPTER XLIIIA Brief Review of the Administrations of
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CHAPTER XLIVTexas State Educational Association Texas
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CHAPTER XLVDr R C Burlesons Address Before the Texas
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CHAPTER XLVIProgress of Education in Texas Development
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CHAPTER XLVIIResolution of the East Texas Convention Octo
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DR BURLESON
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CHAPTER XLIXFirst Session of the Consolidated Convention
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CHAPTER LDr Burleson and His School Work at Waco Trinity
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CHAPTER LIYears that Follow the War a Crisis in the History
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