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Op. Cit., Garraghan, Vol. III, pg. 189-192. Ibid., pg. 118-120. 57 Ibid., pg 193-195. 58 Ibid., pg. 195. 59 Ibid., pg. 197. 60 Ibid., pg. 188, note 58. 61 Ibid., pg. 196-197. Op. Cit., O’Leary, pg. 41-42. 62 Woodstock Letters, Vol. V, pg. 199. 63 Op. Cit., Garraghan, Vol. III, pg. 197. 64 Ibid., pg. 197-199. 65 Op. Cit., Flanagan, pg. 77-78. 66 Op. Cit., Garraghan, Vol. III, pg. 198. 67 Ibid. Op. Cit., O’Leary, pg. 63. 68 Op. Cit., Bennish, pg. 62-65. 69 Ibid., pg. 68. 70 Op. Cit., Woodstock Letters, Vol. V, pg. 197-199. 71 Op. Cit., Garraghan, Vol. III, pg. 200-201. 72 Op. Cit., Bennish, pg. 69-71. 73 Op. Cit., Garraghan, Vol. III, pg. 201 Op. Cit., Bennish, pg. 71 and 78. 74 Op. Cit., Garraghan, Vol. II, pg 161. 75 Op. Cit., Bennish, pg. 72. 76 By 1864, the library at St. X had grown from 6,000 volumes in 1843-44 (Bennish, pg. 74) to some 12,000 to 14,000 volumes, including: 1) a “Universial History,” translated from English to French in 125 volumes; 2) “Classical Latina” in 150 volumes; 3) a “French History of China” in 14 volumes; 4) “Greek and Latin Fathers” in 125 volumes; 5) Lord Kingsborough’s “Mexican Antiquities” in nine folio volumes; 6) Bibles of various dates and languages (including a copy of the First Edition printed in America; 7) the Lord’s Prayer in 53 different languages; 8) several volumes published within 50 years after the invention of printing. Woodstock Letters, Vol. V, pg. 62. 77 Lackner, S.M., Joseph H., “The Foundation of St. Anne’s Parish, 1866-1870,” U.S. Catholic Historian, Vol. 14, No. 2, Spring, 1996 pg. 13. 78 Lackner, S.M., Joseph H., “St. Anne’s Colored Church and School, Cincinnati, the Indian and Negro Collection for the United States, and Reverend Francis Xavier Wenninger, S.J.” U.S. Catholic Historian, Vol. 7 No. 2/3 SpringSummer, pg. 145 ff. 79 Ibid. 80 Op. Cit., Lackner, S.M., Joseph H., “The Foundation of St. Anne’s Parish, 1866-1870,” U.S. Catholic Historian, Vol. 14, No 2, Spring, 1996 pg. 17ff. 81 Op. Cit., Lackner, “St. Anne’s Colored Church and School, Cincinnati, the Indian and Negro Collection for the United States, and Reverend Francis Xavier Wenninger, S.J.” U.S. Catholic Historian, Vol. 7 No. 2/3 Spring-Summer. 82 Fortin, Roger A., To See Great Wonders—A History of Xavier University 1831-2006, Published by University of Scranton Press. Distributed by University of Chicago Distribution Center, 2006. Pg 77-78. 83 Ibid. 84 Op. Cit., Lackner, “St. Ann’s Colored Church and School, Cincinnati, the Indian and Negro Collection for the United States, and Reverend Francis Xavier Weninger, S.J.,” U.S. Catholic Historian, Vol. 7, No. 2/3, Spring-Summer, 1988, pg 147. 85 Ibid., pg. 147 and 151. 86 Fortin, Roger A., To See Great Wonders—A History of Xavier University 1831-2006, Published by University of Scranton Press. Distributed by University of Chicago Distribution Center, 2006. Pg. 77-78. 87 Ibid. 56

History of St. Xavier (The Early Years)  

Early history of St. Xavier High School researched and written by Fr. Dennis Ahern, S.J.

History of St. Xavier (The Early Years)  

Early history of St. Xavier High School researched and written by Fr. Dennis Ahern, S.J.