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Amsterdam’s St. Ann’s marks 300 years

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St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Amsterdam traces its history to events set in motion by Queen Anne of England 300 years ago on the American frontier. The work Queen Anne authorized in the Mohawk Valley could be regarded as the Church of England’s first organized missionary endeavor. Roman Catholic Jesuits from France had been in the area since the 1600s. Three of them were killed by Mohawks at Auriesville and are now Roman Catholic saints. ...


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