Fair in Fair jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. xxii, 219pp., index, notes, map. Ex-library, in wrapped DJ, usual ex-library flaws, but uncirculated. "A People Highly Favoured of God analyses the response of the Nova Scotia Yankees to the American Revolution and suggests some reasons why this crisis helped precipitate one of the most important social movements in Nova Scotia history-the religious revival inspired by the charismatic preacher, Henry Alline, and known as the Great Awakening."
Good in Good dust jacket. 0770508669. xiii + 219 pp. Index, notes. Frontis map. Pale green paper dust jacket has some small chipping around the edges, sunning, small splotch on spine, flaps intact. Book itself is clean and nice, interior has neat owner inscript on first free endpaper, otherwise crisp and good. Nice. copy. Explores the difference between the Yankees who went to Nova Scotia before the Revolution and the US Yankees and why the former did not revolt. With special emphasis on the influence of Henry Alline and the Great Awakening.; 8vo-over 7"-9" tall.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. xxii, 219 p. Map. Notes. Index. Brown cloth. Spine and edges of jacket faded. Minor mark to front cover cloth. "A revised version of Gordon Stewart's doctoral dissertation, 'Religion and the Yankee mind of Nova Scotia during the American Revolution, ' Queen's University." Chronicles the religious revival inspired by itinerant Maritime preacher Henry Alline, also known as The Great Awakening.
[0-7705-0866-9] . (Hardcover) Near fine in near fine dust jacket. 219pp. Map, notes, index. There is minor pencil underlining, and the dust jacket spine and inner edges are lightly faded. Time Period 18th Century. Locale: Nova Scotia. (Canada, American Revolution)
Fine in Very Good jacket. 219 pages. A revised version of Gordon Stewart's doctoral dissertation, 'Religion and the Yankee mind of Nova Scotia during the American Revolution, ' Queen's University. Chronicles the religious revival inspired by itinerant Maritime preacher Henry Alline, also known as The Great Awakening.
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