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'Do the next thing': Harry Garrett and the evolution of the Hobart Brethren assembly

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Wilson, EK (2005) 'Do the next thing': Harry Garrett and the evolution of the Hobart Brethren assembly. Tasmanian Historical Studies, 10. pp. 96-112. ISSN 0816-6617

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Abstract

The Hobart assembly of Christian Brethren came into existence as a group of Chrstians meeting together in the early 1870s. Henry Lewis Garrett (1847-1893) joined the group in 1877 and rapidly became a leader, helping to formalise and guide the growing church in its formative years. Although Brethren churches have a multiple leadership, Garrett undertook a key pastoral and teaching role, and his diary and letters are the foundational research material for this article.

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Tasmanian Historical Studies
Page Range: pp. 96-112
ISSN: 0816-6617
Additional Information: © 2005 the Author
Date Deposited: 27 Jul 2009 23:36
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 04:03
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