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An edition of Maggie's choice (1998)

Maggie's choice

Jonathan Edwards and the Great Awakening

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This edition was published in by Chelsea House in Philadelphia.

Written in English

140 pages

The death of a young slave girl in Boston as well as a religious revival led by Jonathan Edwards during the Great Awakening prompt Maggie to make an important decision.

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Maggie's choice: Jonathan Edwards and the Great Awakening
1998, Chelsea House
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Maggie's choice

First published in 1998



Work Description

The death of a young slave girl in Boston as well as a religious revival led by Jonathan Edwards during the Great Awakening prompt Maggie to make an important decision.

Maggie's choice

Jonathan Edwards and the Great Awakening

This edition was published in by Chelsea House in Philadelphia.


Edition Description

The death of a young slave girl in Boston as well as a religious revival led by Jonathan Edwards during the Great Awakening prompt Maggie to make an important decision.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Series
The American adventure series

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
[Fic]
Library of Congress
PZ7.L97955 Mag 1998

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Author
Norma Jean Lutz

The Physical Object

Pagination
140 p. ;
Number of pages
140

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL357346M
Internet Archive
isbn_9780791050484
ISBN 10
0791050483
LC Control Number
98017241
Library Thing
1784340
Goodreads
3768635

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