"The Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize essay of the American Society of Church History."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-230) and index.
Tables; Maps; Introduction; Chapter 1 Religion and Social Order in Colonial Albany; Chapter 2 From Albany Townspeople to Americans: The Social Origins of Nationalism; Chapter 3 The Yankee Invasion; Chapter 4 The Twilight of Calvinism; Chapter 5 The Changing Meaning of Nationalism in the Early Nineteenth Century; Chapter 6 The Emergence of the New Society; Conclusion; Appendix A: A Note on Method; Appendix B: Social Differences Between the Workingmen and Their Rivals; Notes; References; Index.
The Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize Eassy of the American Society of Church History. Based on original sources, it illuminates the social history of Albany, New York, seen as a case study to demonstrate the central role played by religion in the creation of American social life.
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