Urban Religion and the Second Great Awakening

Urban Religion and the Second Great Awakening

This book explores the varied terrain of religious activity in early national Baltimore. It examines the development and consequences of the voluntary church system in one urban center during the ferment and change of the formative age for American religion.

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