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John Heyl Vincent (1832–1920)

Vincent, John Heyl. An American clergyman, bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church; and founder of the Chautauqua Assembly; born, Feb. 23, 1832, at Tuscaloosa, AL; died in 1920. Among his published works are: ‘Little Footprints in Bible Lands’ (1861); ‘The Chautauqua Movement’ (1886); ‘The Home Book’ (1886); ‘The Modern Sunday School’ (1887); ‘Better Not’; a series of Chautauqua textbooks (1887); ‘The Church at Home’ (1893).