TABLE OF CONTENTS
|I THE COLONIAL STATE CHURCHES|
|The Latin Church|
|An Example of Puritan Statecraft:
The Christian Indian Villages|
|Religion in the Proprietary Colonies|
|The Great Awakening|
|The Rise of Dissent1-28|
|II THE NEW NATION|
|Statistics on Church Membership|
|The Breakup of the New England
|Restitutionism on the Frontier|
|Unitarianism: A Permanent Minority|
|The Revival Churches|
|The Problem of Church Discipline|
|The Spread of the New England Way 29-62|
|III THE CIVIL WAR AND AFTERMATH|
|Division in the Churches|
|The Middle West as a Puritan Power|
|Sectionalism in the Churches:
A Form of Culture-Religion|
|The Advance of the Christian Negroes|
|A Softened Evangelism|
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Book title: From State Church to Pluralism:A Protestant Interpretation of Religion in American History.
Contributors: Franklin Hamlin Littell - Author.
Publisher: Anchor Books.
Place of publication: Garden City, NY.
Publication year: 1962.
Page number: vii.
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