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Protestant Gallery

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Choose from 345 pictures in our Protestant collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Flag of the Scottish Covenanters Featured Print

Flag of the Scottish Covenanters

The Flag of the Scottish Covenanters. They were Presbyterians sworn to defend their religion, part of a Protestant effort to seize power in Scotland against the English. In 1643 their Solemn League and Covenant was accepted by the English Parliament. The words on the flag read Covenants for Religion, King, and Kingdoms

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Kidnap of American missionary Ellen Maria Stone Featured Print

The Kidnap of American missionary Ellen Maria Stone

Miss Ellen Maria Stone, a Congregationalist missionary and her pregnant fellow missionary friend Katerina StefanovaTsilka are kidnapped on 3rd September 1901 in the Ottoman Balkans by an Internal Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organisation detachment led by the voivoda Yane Sandanski and the sub-voivodas Hristo Chernopeev and Krastyo Asenov seeking independence from the Ottoman. The rebels demanded a ransom be paid of $110, 000. In February 1902, the captors, after initially refusing, accept a reduced sum, and the women were released. Widely covered by the media at the time, the event has been often dubbed "America's first modern hostage crisis". Date: 1901

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

British Protestant church in Nice Featured Print

British Protestant church in Nice

British Protestant Church at Nice on the French Riviera in the process of being erected in 1859. The ILN states that, For a long time the want of church accommodation has been much felt at Nice, owing to the increasing influx of English visitors to this city. A committee was formed and the church, capable of accommodating 600 worshippers, was funded through subscriptions. Date: 1859

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans