'The Marks of a Genuine Revival': Religion, Social Change, Gender, and Community in Mid-Victorian Brantford, Ontario

@article{Die1998TheMO,
  title={'The Marks of a Genuine Revival': Religion, Social Change, Gender, and Community in Mid-Victorian Brantford, Ontario},
  author={M. Die},
  journal={Canadian Historical Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={79},
  pages={524-563}
}
  • M. Die
  • Published 1998
  • Sociology
  • Canadian Historical Review
This article explores the relationship among religious revivals, social change, gender relations, and the growth of evangelical influence in nineteenth-century Canada through an in-depth study of Brantford, Ontario, from 1835 to 1885, Using the research of other Brantford studies, church and other local records, and census and assessment data, it draws attention to the way in which, over a period of fifty years, religious revivals, church expansion, and the extension of voluntary associations… Expand
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