Puritan New England : essays on religion, society, and culture (Book, 1977) [WorldCat.org]
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Puritan New England : essays on religion, society, and culture

Author: Alden T Vaughan; Francis J Bremer
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, [1977]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Puritan New England.
New York : St. Martin's Press, ©1977
(OCoLC)560903040
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alden T Vaughan; Francis J Bremer
ISBN: 0312656955 9780312656959
OCLC Number: 3120944
Description: vii, 395 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The English background of Puritan New England --
Anglican against Puritan: ideological origins during the Marian exile / Ronald J. Vander Molen --
Puritanism as a revolutionary ideology / Michael Walzer --
The New England way: faith and practice --
The marrow of Puritan divinity / Perry Miller --
New England and the fifth monarchy: the quest for the millennium in early American Puritanism / James F. Maclear --
The history of a Puritan church, 1637-1736 / Kenneth A. Lockridge --
In search of social order --
The Puritans' greatest achievement: a study of social cohesion in seventeenth-century Massachusetts / T.H. Breen and Stephen Foster --
The controversy over the franchise in Puritan Massachusetts, 1954 to 1974 / B. Katherine Brown --
Governor Winthrop's garden crop: the significance of agriculture in the early commerce of Massachusetts Bay / Darrett B. Rutman --
Church and state in seventeenth-century Massachusetts: another look at the antinomian controversy / Ronald D. Cohen --
Black Puritan: the negro in seventeenth-century Massachusetts / Robert C. Twombley and Robert H. Moore. Pequots and Puritans: the causes of the war of 1637 / Alden T. Vaughan --
Patterns of New England life and thought --
Vertuous women found: New England ministerial literature, 1668-1735 / Laurel Thatcher Ulrich --
Death and the Puritan child / David E. Stannard --
Underlying themes in the witchcraft of seventeenth-century New England / John Demos --
Puritan aesthetics --
The historiography of Johnson's wonder-working providence / Sacvan Bercovitch --
Anne Bradstreet: dogmatist and rebel / Ann Stanford --
The art and instruction of Jonathan Edwards's personal narrative / Daniel B. Shea --Diffusion and awakening --
New England versus the New England mind: the myth of declension / Robert G. Pope --
"An appeal to the learned": the mind of Solomon Stoddard / Paul R. Lucas --
Jonathan Edwards and Puritan consciousness / Richard L. Bushman --
The Puritan legacy --
The Puritan ethic and the American revolution / Edmund S. Morgan.
Responsibility: Alden T. Vaughan and Francis J. Bremer, editors.

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