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Published exclusively online, this journal provides information on events, new publications, research collections, and other resources in the field of African-American religious history; Judith Weisenfeld, Associate Professor of Religion at Vassar College, serves as Editor
Essays, interviews, study guides and databases on selected projects funded by Lily Endowment, Inc. for a "Better understanding of the impact, trends and trajectories of Christianity in American Society; owned and managed by Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Presents 163 Sunday School books published in America between 1815 and 1865, documenting the culture of religious instruction of youth in America during the Antebellum era. Among the topics featured are history, holidays, slavery, African Americans, Native Americans, travel and missionary accounts, death and dying, poverty, temperance, immigrants, and advice; From the Library of Congress