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Peter Epinette, SJ papers

Identifier: GTM-GAMMS38
The Peter Epinette, SJ Papers consist of his manuscrpit exhortation on the common rules and his bound volume containing some of his writings.


  • 1805-1830

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0.20 Linear Feet (1 Hollinger Slim Document Case)

Biographical note

Peter Epinette, SJ (1760-1832) was born in Europe on September 24, 1760. He became a Pacconarist, but joined the Society of Jesus on June 2, 1805. Sent to the U.S. in 1806, he served at Newtown. Starting in 1812, Fr. Epinette worked at St. Thomas Manor. He took his last vows on May 11, 1815. In 1818, Fr. Epinette became a professor of philosophy at Georegtown College. Subsequently, he held the position of superior of Bohemia Manor in 1820 and died there on January 8, 1832.

[Source: "Woodstock Letters," volume 15, page 19].
Peter Epinette, SJ papers
Georgetown University Library Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
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