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Class, Gender and Congregational Culture in Early Twentieth Century Norwich

By Barry M. Doyle

Abstract

Suggests that historians have exaggerated the leadership crisis in British Congregationalism in the Edwardian era by ignoring the significant contribution of women and by concentrating on the relocation of some churches to the suburbs while giving inadequate attention to those that remained in urban centers, such as Norwic

Topics: DA
Publisher: United Reformed Church History Society
Year: 1995
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:7000

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  2. Down to Prayers chapter 8 which deals with the Manchester suburb of Bowdon in Cheshire or Cox, Secular Society which has analysed the London suburb of Lambeth.
  3. (1995). For the social trends which led to the breakdown of this marriage system in the postWorld War I period see
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