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New England dissent, 1630-1833; the Baptists and the separation of church and state

Author: William Gerald McLoughlin
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1971.
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Genre/Form: History
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McLoughlin, William Gerald.
New England dissent, 1630-1833.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1971
(OCoLC)600197215
Online version:
McLoughlin, William Gerald.
New England dissent, 1630-1833.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1971
(OCoLC)608598719
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Gerald McLoughlin
ISBN: 0674611756 9780674611757
OCLC Number: 128483
Description: 2 v. 25 cm.
Contents: From conformity to toleration, 1630-1692 --
The Baptists efforts for exemption from religious taxes, 1692-1734 --
Quaker and Anglican efforts for exemption from religious taxes, 1692-1734 --
On the eve of the great awakening --
The Separate movement, 1742-1777 --
The Separate- Baptist movement, 1740-1770 --
The Baptists organize, petition, and face the revolution, 1763-1776 --
The Baptists face a new establishment in Massachusetts, 1778-1800 --
The Baptists confront pluralism in the new republic, 1780-1810 --
Disestablishment in Vermont and New Hampshire, 1768-1819 --
Disestablishment in Connecticut, 1776-1818 --
The dissenters and the Jeffersonian republicans in Massachusetts, 1800-1820 --
The final downfall of the Massachusetts establishment, 1820-1833.
Responsibility: [by] William G. McLoughlin.

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by hytekswytek (WorldCat user on 2007-09-11)

From conformity to toleration, 1630-1692 -- The Baptists efforts for exemption from religious taxes, 1692-1734 -- Quaker and Anglican efforts for exemption from religious taxes, 1692-1734 -- On the eve of the great awakening -- The Separate movement, 1742-1777 -- The Separate- Baptist movement, 1740-1770 -- The Baptists organize, petition, and face the revolution, 1763-1776 -- The Baptists face a new establishment in Massachusetts, 1778-1800 -- The Baptists confront pluralism in the new republic, 1780-1810 -- Disestablishment in Vermont and New Hampshire, 1768-1819 -- Disestablishment in Connecticut, 1776-1818 -- The dissenters and the Jeffersonian republicans in Massachusetts, 1800-1820 -- The final downfall of the Massachusetts establishment, 1820-1833.

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