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American Religions: an illustrated history - J. Gordon Melton
Call Number: e-book; also available at 2 SOUTH BL 2525 .M47 2000
ISBN: 1576072223
Publication Date: 2000

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Atheist Awakening: secular activism and community in America - Richard Cimino; Christopher Smith; Martin E. Marty (Foreword by)
Call Number: Available at 2 SOUTH BL2747.3 C487 2014
ISBN: 9780199986323
Publication Date: 2014

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Cults - James R. Lewis; Mildred Vasan (Editor)
Call Number: Available at 2 NORTH Reference BL 2525 L486 2005
ISBN: 1851096183
Publication Date: 2005

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Encyclopedia of American Religious History, vol. 1-2 - Edward L. Queen; Stephen R. Prothero; Gardiner H. Shattuck; Martin E. Marty (Foreword by)
Call Number: Available at 2 NORTH Reference BL 2525 Q44 1996
ISBN: 0816024065
Publication Date: 1996

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Religious Freedom: Jefferson's legacy, America's creed - John A. Ragosta
Call Number: e-book; also available at 2 SOUTH E 332.2 R35 2013
ISBN: 9780813933702
Publication Date: 2013

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Religion in America - David M. Haugen (Editor); Susan Musser
Call Number: Available at 2 NORTH Reference BL 2525 R4646 2010
ISBN: 9780737749885
Publication Date: 2010


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