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Moralists And Modernizers

Arguing that the reform impulse grew out of the era's peculiar mix of fear and hope, Steven Mintz shows that reform arose not only from fears of social disorder, family fragmentation, and widening cla

ISBN10 : 9780801850813 , ISBN13 : 0801850819

Page Number : 179

Errand To The World

Provides a history of American foreign-mission thought from the colonial period to the present day, exploring the ramifications of a culture's attempts to extend its ideals and technology to another p

ISBN10 : 9780226363103 , ISBN13 : 0226363104

Page Number : 227

Spain And Portugal

Serves as a reference guide for any student interested in the modern history of Spain and Portugal. This work contains a concise narrative history, a chronology, and an A-to-Z encyclopedia covering si

ISBN10 : 0816074763 , ISBN13 : 9780816074761

Page Number : 490

Frontier Mission

Religion is viewed here as the great cultural force which introduced and preserved civilization in the era of westward expansion from 1776 to the eve of the Civil War. In this first major study of rel

ISBN10 : 0813164001 , ISBN13 : 9780813164007

Page Number : 448

On The Bloody Road To Jesus

Stockel portrays an unbroken sequence of economic motivations on the part of the Spanish, Mexican, and American governments, each eager to expand their respective territories. Equally unbroken was the

ISBN10 : 9780826332080 , ISBN13 : 0826332080

Page Number : 314