Roger Williams, his life, work, and ideals, by Charles Smull Longacre ... illustrations by Robert M. Eldridge.


Takoma Park, Washington, D.C., Review and Herald Pub. Association [1939] .

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Subjects Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683.
Description 191 pages including frontispiece (portrait) illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date [1939]
©1939
Contents Roger Williams: builder of a republic -- A brief biographical sketch of Roger Williams -- Arrival and open break with church and state authorities -- Stanzas on freedom (poem) -- His banishment, flight, and subsequent founding of Rhode Island -- Roger Williams dreams of founding an asylum for the oppressed -- The principles of religious liberty as conceived by Roger Williams -- The controversy and debate between Roger Williams and John Cotton -- Roger Williams: the peacemaker -- The present crisis (poem) -- Sparks from the editor's anvil -- Roger Williams: the stalwart idealist.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)734194
(OCoLC)ocm00734194
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