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Roger Williams, New England firebrand

Author: James Emanuel Ernst
Publisher: New York : Macmillan, 1932.
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Genre/Form: History
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Ernst, James Emanuel.
Roger Williams, New England firebrand.
New York : Macmillan, 1932
(OCoLC)576704765
Named Person: Roger Williams; Roger Williams
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Emanuel Ernst
OCLC Number: 825316
Description: xiv, 538 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Contents: Part One: A Rebel from His Youth --
Persecuted Even in his Father's House --
Alice Pemberton Williams --
Protégé of Sir Edward Coke --
Our Chaplain Proposes --
"Jug" Altham's Maid --
Westward Ho! --
A Godly Young Minister at Boston --
Prophesying at Plymouth --
A Commonwealth of the Saints --
Symbol of Dissent --
Under a Cloud of Darkness --
Trial and Banishment --
Part Two: A Minter of Exorbitant Novelties --
This Child of Light --
A Wilderness Refuge --
The Providence Experiment --
The Pequot War --
Equality in Land and Government --
Winds of Doctrine --
Apostle of Liberty from the New World --
A Writer of books --
First Missionary to the Indians --
A Democratic Commonwealth --
Seeds of Revolution --
Part Three: A "Livelie Experiment" in Civil Iiberty --
"Peacemakers are the Sons of God" --
Once More in England --
The Reunion Under Roger Williams --
Mr. Williams-"President" --
William Harris Objects --
The Quakers Arrive --
A Counselor of State --
Drawn from his Beloved Privacy --
Two Inestimable Jewels: Peace and Liberty --
A Modern Idea of State --
Separation of Church and State --
The Rights of Man and Citizen --
Part Four: The New England Firebrand Quenched --
The Quaker Debate --
The Seeker Religion --
Captain Roger Williams in King Philip's War --
Call to Forty Years' Vinegar --
"The New England Firebrand Quenched".
Responsibility: by James Ernst.

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