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The Rude Hand of Innovation: Religion and Social Order in Albany, New York, 1652-1836.
Tracing the social and religious transformation of Albany, New York, from its colonial origins through the industrialization of the early nineteenth century, Hackett's study not only illuminates theExpand
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That Religion in Which All Men Agree
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Gender and Religion in American Culture, 1870-1930
said by and about women for their actual historical experience.1 Others have laid bare the earlier scholarship's assumption of universal gender definitions that do not take into account differencesExpand
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Religion and American culture : a reader
Religion and American Culture challenges the religion's traditional emphasis on older European, American, male, middle-class, Protestant, denomination, northeastern narratives concerned primarilyExpand
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Sociology of Religion and American Religious History: Retrospect and Prospect
This article brings recent developments in historical sociology and social history to bear on methodological approaches to the sociology of American religious history. In the past two decades,Expand
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That Religion in Which All Men Agree: Freemasonry in American Culture
Acknowledgments Introduction PART ONE. EUROPEAN AMERICAN FREEMASONRY 1. Colonial Freemasonry and Polite Society, 1733--1776 2. Revolutionary Masonry: Republican and Christian, 1757--1825 3. A PrivateExpand
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3. A Private World of Ritual, 1797–1825