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Religions of the United States in Practice, Volume 1

Religions of the United States in Practice, Volume 1 by Colleen McDannell

An array of documents. Seemed a bit of a grabbag. Hymns, prayers, services. Accounts of lives and visions. A witness to the Green Corn Ceremony of the Muskogees. Disputes about cremation, and the licitness of smallpox innoculation.
Tags: history reviews: 15th-18th centuries, history reviews: 19th century-wwi, primary source review

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