Documentary History of Religion in America To 1877

ISBN-10: 0802822290

ISBN-13: 9780802822291

Edition: 3rd 2003

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List price: $65.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Publication date: 9/19/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 633
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Mark A. Noll is McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. He is author or editor of 35 books, including the award-winning America's God: From Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln.

Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
The Old World and the New
Natural Religion
Myths (things believed)
New Spain
Ponce de Leon
Bartholomew de Las Casas and Sublimis Deus
Dominicans in Florida
Pedro Menendez de Aviles and the Jesuits
Franciscans and Indian Revolt
Franciscans in New Mexico
New France
French Views of Native Americans
Advice to those "whom it shall please God to call to New France"
Brebeuf's Instructions to Missionaries
Martyrdom of Isaac Jogues, S.J.
New France Proclaimed
New Netherland and New Sweden
Jonas Michaelius
Johannes Megapolensis and the Mohawks
Megapolensis and the Jews
Megapolensis and Isaac Jogues
John Printz of New Sweden
Dutch Surrender
England Anew
John Rolfe and Pocahantas
Church Establishment
Virginia's Cure
Reasons for Removal: The Pilgrims
Persuading London
Reasons for Removal: The Puritans
A Modell of Christian Charity
Puritan Poets
Special Cases: Maryland, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania
Maryland and Roman Catholics
English America's First Mass
Rhode Island and the Baptists
Pennsylvania and the Quakers
Penn and Liberty of Conscience
The English and the Indian
Indian Missions in Massachusetts
King Philip's War
William Penn and the Indians
Virginia Indians and the College of William & Mary
Suggested Reading
Americanizing the Ways of Faith
Religion and Social Order
Congregationalism (Puritanism)
Anne Hutchinson
Mary Dyer
Witchcraft at Salem: Trial of George Burroughs
Witchcraft at Salem: Cotton Mather and Spectral Evidence
Proposals of 1705
Jonathan Mayhew and the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
The Anglican (Episcopal) Church
Maryland: Appeal to Bishop of London
New York: Against "Jesuits & Popish Priests"
New York: Against the Presbyterians
North Carolina: Anglicanism "over-toping its power"
South Carolina: Huguenot Quarrel
Episcopacy Issue: Pennsylvania and New England
Religious and Racial Variety
Continental Diversity
The Palatines
The Salzburgers
Gottlieb Mittelberger and the Atlantic Crossing
Henry Muhlenberg: A Typical Day
Jesuit Banishment
British Diversity
Muhlenberg as Ecumenical Churchman
Muhlenberg and the Baptists
Muhlenberg and Quaker Pacifism
Episcopal Order vs. "congregational" Chaos
Backcountry Baptists
African and Indian Diversity
Puritan Antislavery
Episcopal Frustration
Quaker Abolitionism
Indian Captivity Narrative
Quaker Testimony on the Indian
Passions and Intellect
George Whitefield, Awakener
Coming to Hear Whitefield
Timothy Cutler, Opposer
Gilbert Tennent's Warning to Ministers
David Brainerd's Diary
Letters of Esther Edwards Burr
Colonial Colleges: "Nurseries of Piety"
William & Mary
Jonathan Edwards
Suggested Reading
Revolution: Political and Ecclesiastical
Religion and Revolution
Pacifism in Virginia
Quakers Support the King
Pennsylvania Anglicans
Personal Clerical Struggles
Charles Inglis of New York
Patriotism: A Matter of Bishops
Rhetoric of Revolution
Anthony Benezet
John Allen
Phillis Wheatley
Isaac Backus
Samuel Sherwood
Aftermath of Revolution
Religious Liberty Guaranteed
Thomas Jefferson's Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom
James Madison's Memorial and Remonstrance
Isaac Backus and a Bill of Rights
Religious Liberty Effected
Virginia's Episcopalians
Virginia's Baptists
Virginia's Presbyterians
Religious Liberty Tested: The Administration of George Washington
Religion in the Revolution and the New Republic
Religion, Rational and Natural
Religion, Evangelical and Hierarchical
Methodism (White)
Methodism (Black)
Roman Catholicism
The Practice of Piety
Susanna Anthony of Newport
John Leland of New England and Virginia
Elizabeth Ann Seton of Baltimore
Religion in the Young Republic
Suggested Reading
Liberty Unleashed
The Voluntary Principle
Voluntary Societies and Society's Reform
Lyman Beecher on Dueling and Temperance
American Bible Society
American Sunday School Union
American Tract Society and the Colporteur System
Harriet Livermore before Congress
C. G. Finney
The New Lebanon Convention
Progress and the Perfect Society
Transcendentalism and Brook Farm
Emerson as Transcendentalist
Peabody on Brook Farm
Oneida Community and Bible Communism
Complex Marriage
Scientific Propagation
Latter-Day Saints and New Revelation
Joseph Smith Recounts His First Vision
Printing of the Book of Mormon
Joseph Smith's Revelation on Plural Marriage
Joseph Smith's Martyrdom
Brigham Young Assumes Leadership
Exodus Announced
Requirements for the Journey
Church Authorities Appeal to Iowa Governor
Restorations and Expectations
Restorationism: Disciples of Christ
Barton Stone
Alexander Campbell
Adventists (Seventh-day)
Margaret Fox
Horace Greeley
Denominations and Winning the West
Plan of Union: Congregationalist and Presbyterians
The Plan Adopted
The Plan Implemented
Frontier Religion: Baptists and Methodists
Baptist Conversion
Methodist Circuit
Retreats and Revivals: Roman Catholicism
Retreats in Maryland
Bishop Flaget's Jubilee
Missions vs. Revivals
Frontier Fate: Winning, Losing
A Survivor's Cup of Sorrow
A Victim's Valley of Death
Voluntarism Revisited
The Principle Observed
The Principle Defined
The Principle Demonstrated
Suggested Reading
Evangelical Empire: Rise and Fall
Theology in the New Nation
Robert Baird's "General Remarks"
Alexander Campbell
Charles Hodge
Phoebe Palmer
Horace Bushnell
J. W. Nevin
Charles Porterfield Krauth
Pluralism or Protestantism
Isaac Leeser as Catechist
Isaac Mayer Wise in Albany
Leeser's Missionary Journeys
Roman Catholicism
Orestes A. Brownson
Isaac T. Hecker
John England
Hispanic Catholicism
Samuel F. B. Morse
Awful Disclosures
Religious Know-Nothings
Native American Revivals
Handsome Lake
Human Rights and American Religion
Black Religion and Slavery
Lemuel Haynes
Slave Religion
Nat Turner
Daniel A. Payne
Frederick Douglass
Sojourner Truth
Schism over Slavery
The Methodists
The Baptists
The Presbyterians
Women's Rights: The Grimke Sisters and Theodore Weld
Indian Rights: The Cherokees
U.S. House of Representatives
Cherokee Nation v. State of Georgia
Worcester v. State of Georgia
Suggested Reading
Sectional Crisis and Reconstruction
Debate over Slavery
Varieties of Abolitionism
Elijah Lovejoy
William Lloyd Garrison
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Frederick Douglass
Orestes A. Brownson
White Apologists
American Colonization Society
John England
James Henley Thornwell
Thornton Stringfellow
The Civil War as a Religious Event
The Scene
An Outcry against War
"Christ in the Camp"
Military Rule
Territory Conquered
Theological Reflection
John Rice
Charles Pettit McIlvaine
The Christian Examiner
Horace Bushnell
Meditations on the Nation under God
John Brown
Philip Schaff
Abraham Lincoln
Charles Hodge
After the War
"Welcome to the Ransomed"
Emancipation Celebrated
Aid Solicited
Education Offered
Optimism Tempered
Hopes Destroyed
The Task
Unity Maintained
Division Hardened
Lost Cause Affirmed
African Americans Organized
Suggested Reading
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