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Rev. Kevin Franklin on Early Divisions in the German Religious Community.mp3
The Reverend of Trinity United Church of Christ, Dr. Kevin Franklin, talks about early divisions in Wooster's German community.

Photo of the Jacob's Lutheran Cemetery and Foundation in Franklin Township.

Photo taken across the street from the remnants of Jacob's Lutheran Church, featuring the junction signs.

Plaque outside of the Salem Lutheran Church stating that the congregation was founded in 1828 by Reverend Weygandt.

Photo of the front of Salem Lutheran Church, one of the oldest German Lutheran congregations in Wooster.

An artist's conception of the first Zion Lutheran Church Building, which served as a place of worship from 1840-1855. This cabin was similar to many other Evangelical churches of the time.

A certificate of church membership to the German Reformed Church. According to the Wayne County Genealogy and Local History Department, in 1849 when this document was dated, the German Reformed Church referred to "Salem's Church," now known as Salem…
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