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From Mounds to Megachurches: Georgia's Religious Heritage

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In From Mounds to Megachurches David S. Williams offers a sweeping overview of the role religion has played in Georgia's history, from precolonial days to the modern era.Williams shows that colonial Georgia was a remarkably diverse place, populated by mainline colonial congregations that included Anglicans, Roman Catholics, German- and Spanish-speaking Jews, Salzburg Luthe ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by University of Georgia Press
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