over 200 objects including early American books, manuscripts,
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Religion and the Founding of the American Republic explores the
role religion played in the founding of the American colonies,
in the shaping of early American life and politics, and in forming
the American Republic. The seven sections of the exhibition are
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and the Founding of the American Republic
The catalog contains seven chapters each corresponding to
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by Jarlslav Pelikan. 144 pp. 75 illus. (20 color). Bibliography
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| Religion and the
New Republic: Faith in the Founding of America.
Edited by James H. Hutson.
The essays presented in this volume are revisions of most
of the papers prepared by the authors for delivery at a
Library of Congress symposium, "Religion and the Founding
of the American Republic," June 18 - 19, 1998.
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