Excelsior! Religion and Reform in Nineteenth Century Canada

  • Lynne Marks
    Revivals and Roller Rinks: Religion, Leisure and Identity in Late-Nineteenth-Century Small-Town Ontario. University of Toronto Press
  • Agnes Maule Machar and Carole Gerson (Editor)
    Roland Graeme, Knight. Tecumseh Press
Reviewed by Misao Dean
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This review “Excelsior! Religion and Reform in Nineteenth Century Canada” originally appeared in Canadian Literature 156 (Spring 1998): 149-151.

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