PILGRIM SOULS is the story of the founding, growth, and transformation of Tucson's Grace Episcopal Church into Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church. But it is more than that too. Grace Church was founded in the Arizona Territory just after Tucson became a city and just before the railroad and the University of Arizona came to the dusty town. The development of the three, the church, University, and city, are intertwined.
KAY W. BIGGLESTONE is a retired teacher. She received her academic training at Oberlin College in Ohio and at The University of Arizona. In Arizona she has taught and supervised the Title VII program at Baboquivari High School on the Tohono O'odham reservation, instructed refugee and GED classes at Pima County Adult Education, and worked as an adjunct writing instructor at Pima Community College's East Campus. She is a member of Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church. She and her late husband William (Bill) made their home in Tucson since 1987, along with their son, Mark. She and Bill co-authored Tucson's Catalina Vista: The Neighborhood and Some of its People (2003).
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