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Religion, National Identity, and Voluntary Societies in the Mid-Atlantic

Looking at my last post, I see the blog has been pretty quiet since early last month. That’s something to change in the New Year–although I hesitate to call it a “resolution.”

I can start off the year with some content, though.  I have a new post up at Religion in American History. This time, I’m writing a review of a book from 2007, called Many Identities, One Nation: The Revolution and Its Legacy in the Mid-Atlantic. I just recently came across the book, and I enjoyed it.

Anyway, click on over to read the review!

Many Identities, One Nation

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