RELIGION IN COLONIAL AMERICA by William W. Sweet
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Volume I of what is to be a religious history from Colonial days to the present. This volume covers the former and gives a vivid picture of the movements and people who played the leading roles. It is a grand piece of work, informative and interesting, entertaining as well. The pilgrims, Quakers, Presbyterians, Dutch and German sects, all are studied in relation to American liberty and thought. A book of social as well as religious importance.

Publisher: Scribner