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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xxxix -  - 253 pp. Black cloth with gilt lettering on spine. A collection of essays (10 in all) that "combine narrative elements with historical analysis to examine the experience of English-speaking Catholics in the light of social categories such as ethnicity, gender and class". Contents: 1 - "English-French Relations in the Canadian Catholic Community" by Robert Choquette, 2 - "Anti-Catholicism in Canada: From the British Conquest to the Great War", by J. R. Miller, 3 - "Catholicism and Colonial Policy in Newfoundland, 1779-1845", by Raymond J. Lahey, 4 - "Scottish Catholicism in Canada, 1770-1830", by J. M. Bumsted, 5 - "The Policy of Rome towards the English-Speaking Catholics in British North America, 1750-1830", by Luca Codignola, 6 - "Trusteeism in Atlantic Canada: The Struggle for Leadership among the Irish Catholics of Halifax, St. John's and Saint John, 1780-1850", by Terrence Murphy, 7 - "The Growth of Roman Catholic Institutions in the Archdiocese of Toronto, 1841-1890", by Murray Nicolson, 8 - "Improvident Emigrants: John Joseph Lynch and Irish Immigration to British North America, 1860-18888", by Gerald Stortz, 9 - "The Parish and the Hearth: Women's Confraternities and the Devotional Revolution among the Irish Catholics of Toronto, 1850-1885", 10 - "Toronto's English-Speaking Catholics, Immigration, and the Making of a Canadian Catholic Identity, 1900-1930", by Mark McGowan.
Title: Creed and Culture: the Place of English-Speaking Cathoics in Canadian Society, 1750-1930.
Publisher: Montreal Quebec / Kingston, Ontario, McGill - Queen's University Press: 1993
ISBN Number: 0773509542
ISBN Number 13: 9780773509542
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 10633
Keywords: Catholic, Canada, Canadiana, History, Newfoundland, BNA, Maritimes, Nova Scotia, Toronto, Ontario, Irish, Culture, Robert Choquette, J. R. Miller, Raymond J. Lahey, J. M. Bumsted, Luca Codignola, Murray Nicolson, Brian Clarke, Mark McGowan, Gerald Stortz,