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Saving FaithMaking Religious Pluralism an American Value at the Dawn of the Secular Age$

David Mislin

Print publication date: 2015

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Manuscript Collections

Boston, Massachusetts

The Congregational Library And Archives

First Congregational Church of Freeport, Maine, Records

First Congregational Church of Waucoma, Iowa, Records

Massachusetts Council of Churches Records

Old South Church Collection

Suffolk South Association Records

Brunswick, Maine

George Mitchell Special Collections, Bowdoin College Library

Lyman Abbott Papers

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Harvard College Library

Robert Ingersoll Papers (microfilm; originals at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.)

Washington Gladden Papers (microfilm; originals at Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio)

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Boston College Library

John Ireland Papers (microfilm; originals at Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minn.)

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives

Abram Simon Papers

Central Conference of American Rabbis Records

David Philipson Papers

Isidore Singer Papers

Lewiston, Maine

Edmund S.Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library, Bates College

Alfred Williams Anthony Papers

(p.200) New Haven, Connecticut

Yale Divinity School Library

George A. Coe Papers

Yale University Library Manuscripts and Archives

Newman Smyth Papers

Ossining, New York

Maryknoll Mission Archive

James A. Walsh Papers

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Presbyterian Historical Society

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America Records

Henry Van Dyke Papers

Labor Temple Records

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Archive

James Henry Snowden Papers

Washington, D. C.

Catholic University of America Archives

National Catholic War Council Records

Library of Congress

Charles Henry Brent Papers

Primary Source Periodicals

American Journal of Sociology

American Journal of Theology

Andover Review

Catholic World

Century

The Congregationalist

Hebrew Standard

Methodist Review

The New Englander

New York Times

North American Review

Outlook

The Prince ton Review

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