Author:Thomas Underwood Dudley

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Thomas Underwood Dudley
(1837–1904)
Thomas Underwood Dudley was the second Bishop of Kentucky in The Episcopal Church. He was noted as publicist.
Thomas Underwood Dudley

Works[edit]

  • “How Shall We Help the Negro?” The Century 30 (June 1885)
  • A Wise Discrimination: The Church's Need. New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1881.
  • The Unity Declaration: What Does It Mean? A Sermon Preached at the Consecration of the Rt. Rev. John B. Newton, Assistant Bishop of Virginia, in the Monumental Church, Richmond, VA, May 16, 1894. New York: James Pott, 1896.

Works about him[edit]

  • M. M. Benton. Sermon upon the Occasion of the Celebration of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Consecration of the Rt. Rev. Thomas Underwood Dudley, Preached in Christ Church Cathedral, Louisville, Kentucky, Sunday Afternoon, January 28, 1900. Louisville, 1900.
  • William Porcher DuBose. Thomas Underwood Dudley: An Appreciation. From Sewanee Review, 1905.


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