• Title: Anglican Churches in Colonial South Caro
  • Author: Suzanne Cameron Linder Hurley Suzanne Cameron Linder
  • ISBN: 9780941711456
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Anglican Churches in Colonial South Caro Beginning with the early coastal settlements of the s and continuing through the year colonial period this book examines the individual parishes that made up the administrative and ceremon
    Beginning with the early coastal settlements of the 1700s and continuing through the 100 year colonial period, this book examines the 24 individual parishes that made up the administrative and ceremonial centers of Anglican community life in South Carolina The surviving parish churches make up one of the nation s largest concentrations of early American church architecturBeginning with the early coastal settlements of the 1700s and continuing through the 100 year colonial period, this book examines the 24 individual parishes that made up the administrative and ceremonial centers of Anglican community life in South Carolina The surviving parish churches make up one of the nation s largest concentrations of early American church architecture, and their histories, gleaned from archival holdings in America and Great Britain, provide insights into the life of the clergy, vestries, and communicants who worshiped at these sites The story of the origins and the development of these Anglican church parishes is one of the triumph of the human spirit over the often bewildering circumstances of colonial life.

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