Authorized Form of NameNashotah House; 1842-; Episcopal Seminary
Corporate NameNashotah House
EpithetEpiscopal Seminary
ActivityNashotah House was founded in 1842 as a mission to the frontier. It was incorporated in 1847 as 'a College of learning and piety'. Nashotah House is a seminary of the Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion of Churches
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