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A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches Volume 2 by Andrew Reed - Paperback
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    Category Type
    Historical
    ISBN
    9781108045209.0
    Item EAN
    2724309124929
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    Author
    Andrew Reed
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    Publisher
    Cambridge University Press
    Category Type
    Historical
    ISBN
    9781108045209.0
    Item EAN
    2724309124929
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    Author
    Andrew Reed
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    Publisher
    Cambridge University Press
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    Paperback
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    English
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    Andrew Reed 1787-1862 was a Congregational Minister and one of the leading philanthropists of his day, fund-raising for and founding a number of orphanages and asylums. In 1834, he and fellow Congregational Minister James Matheson 1766-1840 were sent to the Congregational churches of the United

    Andrew Reed 1787-1862 was a Congregational Minister and one of the leading philanthropists of his day, fund-raising for and founding a number of orphanages and asylums. In 1834, he and fellow Congregational Minister James Matheson 1766-1840 were sent to the Congregational churches of the United States, in order to promote peace and friendship between the two communities. This two-volume 1835 work consists of thirty-nine letters in which the authors recount their journey, and their meetings with their fellow Congregationalists. They visited a large number of cities, mostly on the Eastern Seaboard, and made one excursion to Canada. Volume 2 tells of the many different communities that Reed and Matheson encounter in America, and the focus is mostly on theological and educational issues. They approve of female academies, asking rhetorically, 'why should not our daughters, equally with our sons, possess the advantages, which these institutions. so readily supply?'.

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    • Binding : Paperback
    • Language of Text : English
    • Publication Year : 2012
    • Number of Pages : 544
    • ISBN : 9781108045209
 

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