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Title The first prejudice [electronic resource] : religious tolerance and intolerance in early America / edited by Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda.
Publication Info Philadelphia ; Oxford : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2011. (Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2012)



Descript 1 online resource (vi, 401 p. )
Contents Pt. I. Ideologies of tolerance and intolerance in early America. Faith, reason, and enlightenment: the cultural sources of toleration in early America / Christopher S. Grenda -- Amalek and the rhetoric of extermination / John Corrigan -- pt. II. Practices of tolerance and intolerance in Colonial British America. The episcopate, the British union, and the failure of religious settlement in colonial British America / Ned Landsman -- Practicing toleration in Dutch New Netherland / Joyce D. Goodfriend -- Heretics, blasphemers, and Sabbath breakers: the prosecution of religious crime in early America / Susan Juster -- Persecuting Quakers?: liberty and toleration in early Pennsylvania / Andrew R. Murphy
Pt. III. The boundaries of tolerance and intolerance in early America. Native freedom?: Indians and religious tolerance in early America / Richard W. Pointer -- Slaves to intolerance: African American Christianity and religious freedom in early America / Jon Sensbach -- Catholics, Protestants, and the clash of civilizations in early America / Owen Stanwood -- Anti-Semitism, toleration, and appreciation : the changing relations of Jews and Gentiles in early America / William Pencak -- pt. IV. The persistence of tolerance and intolerance in the new nation. The "catholic spirit prevailing in our country": America's moderate religious revolution / Chris Benek -- The boundaries of toleration and tolerance: religious infidelity in the early American republic / Christopher Grasso.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780812204896 (e-book)
0812204891 (e-book)
9780812242706 (hbk.)
081224270X (hbk.)
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Series Early American studies.
UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Subject Religious tolerance -- United States.
United States -- Religion -- To 1800.
United States -- Church history -- 18th century.
United States -- Church history -- 17th century.
Alt author Grenda, Christopher S.
Beneke, Chris (Christopher J.)
Project Muse.
Descript 1 online resource (vi, 401 p. )
Contents Pt. I. Ideologies of tolerance and intolerance in early America. Faith, reason, and enlightenment: the cultural sources of toleration in early America / Christopher S. Grenda -- Amalek and the rhetoric of extermination / John Corrigan -- pt. II. Practices of tolerance and intolerance in Colonial British America. The episcopate, the British union, and the failure of religious settlement in colonial British America / Ned Landsman -- Practicing toleration in Dutch New Netherland / Joyce D. Goodfriend -- Heretics, blasphemers, and Sabbath breakers: the prosecution of religious crime in early America / Susan Juster -- Persecuting Quakers?: liberty and toleration in early Pennsylvania / Andrew R. Murphy
Pt. III. The boundaries of tolerance and intolerance in early America. Native freedom?: Indians and religious tolerance in early America / Richard W. Pointer -- Slaves to intolerance: African American Christianity and religious freedom in early America / Jon Sensbach -- Catholics, Protestants, and the clash of civilizations in early America / Owen Stanwood -- Anti-Semitism, toleration, and appreciation : the changing relations of Jews and Gentiles in early America / William Pencak -- pt. IV. The persistence of tolerance and intolerance in the new nation. The "catholic spirit prevailing in our country": America's moderate religious revolution / Chris Benek -- The boundaries of toleration and tolerance: religious infidelity in the early American republic / Christopher Grasso.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780812204896 (e-book)
0812204891 (e-book)
9780812242706 (hbk.)
081224270X (hbk.)
Series Early American studies.
UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Subject Religious tolerance -- United States.
United States -- Religion -- To 1800.
United States -- Church history -- 18th century.
United States -- Church history -- 17th century.
Alt author Grenda, Christopher S.
Beneke, Chris (Christopher J.)
Project Muse.

Subject Religious tolerance -- United States.
United States -- Religion -- To 1800.
United States -- Church history -- 18th century.
United States -- Church history -- 17th century.
Descript 1 online resource (vi, 401 p. )
Contents Pt. I. Ideologies of tolerance and intolerance in early America. Faith, reason, and enlightenment: the cultural sources of toleration in early America / Christopher S. Grenda -- Amalek and the rhetoric of extermination / John Corrigan -- pt. II. Practices of tolerance and intolerance in Colonial British America. The episcopate, the British union, and the failure of religious settlement in colonial British America / Ned Landsman -- Practicing toleration in Dutch New Netherland / Joyce D. Goodfriend -- Heretics, blasphemers, and Sabbath breakers: the prosecution of religious crime in early America / Susan Juster -- Persecuting Quakers?: liberty and toleration in early Pennsylvania / Andrew R. Murphy
Pt. III. The boundaries of tolerance and intolerance in early America. Native freedom?: Indians and religious tolerance in early America / Richard W. Pointer -- Slaves to intolerance: African American Christianity and religious freedom in early America / Jon Sensbach -- Catholics, Protestants, and the clash of civilizations in early America / Owen Stanwood -- Anti-Semitism, toleration, and appreciation : the changing relations of Jews and Gentiles in early America / William Pencak -- pt. IV. The persistence of tolerance and intolerance in the new nation. The "catholic spirit prevailing in our country": America's moderate religious revolution / Chris Benek -- The boundaries of toleration and tolerance: religious infidelity in the early American republic / Christopher Grasso.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Grenda, Christopher S.
Beneke, Chris (Christopher J.)
Project Muse.
ISBN 9780812204896 (e-book)
0812204891 (e-book)
9780812242706 (hbk.)
081224270X (hbk.)

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