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Religion in New Jersey Life Before the Civil War: Papers Presented at the 14th Annual New Jersey History Symposium, December 4, 1982 epub

by Mary R. Murrin


Religion in New Jersey Life Before the Civil War: Papers Presented at the 14th Annual New Jersey History Symposium, December 4, 1982 epub

ISBN: 089743062X

ISBN13: 978-0897430623

Author: Mary R. Murrin

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: New Jersey Historical (June 1, 1985)

Pages: 107 pages

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New Jersey played a pivotal role in the Revolutionary War, for the side that controlled both New York . The Civil War split New Jersey bitterly.

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