Jay Samuel Stowell

Jay Samuel Stowell (1883 - 1966) was an American author associated with the Methodist Episcopal Church.[1][2] He died in St. Petersburg, Florida.[3][4]

BibliographyEdit

  • The Sunday-school Teacher and the Program of Jesus by George Harvey Trull and Jay Samuel Stowell (1915)
  • Making Missions Real; Demonstrations and Map Talks for Teen Age Groups (1919). OCLC 680451760.
  • Home Mission Trails (1920) Abingdon Press. OCLC 961099237.
  • A study of Mexicans and Spanish Americans in the United States (1920). OCLC 671677211.
  • Story-worship Programs for the Church School Year (1920). OCLC 681546909.
  • The Near Side of the Mexican Question (1921). OCLC 577286185.
  • Methodist Adventures in Negro Education (1922). OCLC 47795445.
  • J. W. Thinks Black (1922). OCLC 259962982.
  • The Child and America's Future (1923). OCLC 577342060.
  • Methodism's New Frontier (1924). OCLC 609181596.
  • Makers of a New World (1926). OCLC 4576058.
  • Between the Americas (1930). OCLC 610605525.

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