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June 11

June 11, 1799: Richard Allen is ordained a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church (issue 62: Bound for Canaan).

June 11, 1850: David C. Cook, a pioneer publisher of Sunday School materials, is born in East Worcester, New York. By his death in 1927, his company was the largest publisher of nondenominational Sunday school literature in the world.

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June 20, 1599: The Synod of Diamper, sponsored by the Roman Catholic church, seeks to correct the errors of Christians in India and bring them into conformity with the teachings of the church.

June 20, 1885: A band of Moravian missionaries lands on the shores of Alaska and founds the Bethel Mission.

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