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by John B. Boles


Much that is commonly accepted about slavery and religion in the Old South is challenged in this significant book. This book is essential reading for historians of religion, the South, and the Afro-American experience.

Much that is commonly accepted about slavery and religion in the Old South is challenged in this significant book. The eight essays included here show that throughout the antebellum period, southern whites and blacks worshipped together, heard the same sermons, took communion and were baptized together, were subject to the same church discipline, and were buried in the Much that is commonly accepted about slavery and religion in the Old South is challenged in this significant book.

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Race and religion have probably always been controversial topics in the South, as elsewhere, particularly when their intersection has called into question widely accepted folkways about the place of blacks in southern society. By the tum of the nineteenth century, immigrants had begun to settle in the area that became Amite County, in southwestern Mississippi near Natchez. The gently rolling land was covered with long-leaf and yellow pine forests; streams and rivers provided avenues of transport. 5 Planters and Slave Religion in the Deep South.

He is the author of numerous books including A Companion to the American South, The South through Time: A History of an American Region, The Great Revival, and Black Southerners, 1619-1869. The Lord of the Rings. The eight essays included here show that throughout the antebellum period, southern whites and blacks worshipped together, heard the same. University Press of Kentucky. ENG. Number of Pages. The eight essays included here show that throughout the antebellum period, southern whites and blacks worshipped together, heard the same sermons, took communion and were baptized together, were subject to the same church discipline, and were buried in the same cemeteries.

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Masters and Slaves in the House of the Lord : Race and Religion in the American South, 1740-1870. By (author) John B. Boles. He painted in both oil and watercolor, but over the years he also cut and printed approximately 170 woodcuts. It was in this medium that his potential as an artist was most full realized. Format Paperback 264 pages. He is the author of numerous books including A Companion to the American South, The South through Time: A History of an American Region, The Great Revival, and Black Southerners, 1619-1869.

He won the Bancroft Prize in 2003 for his The Indian Slave Trade: the Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670-1717

He won the Bancroft Prize in 2003 for his The Indian Slave Trade: the Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670-1717. John B. Boles, ed. (1988). Planters and Slaves in the Great Awakening". Masters & Slaves in the House of the Lord: Race and Religion in the American South, 1740-1870. ISBN 978-0-8131-0187-3. Archived from the original on 2010-04-02. Retrieved 2009-12-26.

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Much that is commonly accepted about slavery and religion in the Old South is challenged in this significant book. The eight essays included here show that throughout the antebellum period, southern whites and blacks worshipped together, heard the same sermons, took communion and were baptized together, were subject to the same church discipline, and were buried in the same cemeteries. What was the black perception of white-controlled religious ceremonies? How did whites reconcile their faith with their racism? Why did freedmen, as soon as possible after the Civil War, withdraw from the biracial churches and establish black denominations? This book is essential reading for historians of religion, the South, and the Afro-American experience.

Masters & slaves in the house of the Lord: Race and religion in the American South, 1740-1870 epub download

ISBN13: 978-0813116464

ISBN: 0813116465

Author: John B. Boles

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Language: English

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky; 1st Edition edition (1988)

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