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gospel halls

gospel halls  

Name given to small meeting places of no particular denominational provenance within a broadly popular evangelical Protestant tradition. Most commonly it has been used to describe the meeting places ...
Gospel Music

Gospel Music  

It has been said that “Gospel compositions come to life at the hands of the performers.” The term “gospel,” meaning a musical genre, was first used in reference to late-nineteenth-century ...
popular education

popular education  

Unlike Scotland, which in our period already possessed nearly universal basic education through its parochial school system, and Ireland, where fears of the spread of Catholic education impelled the ...
reformation of manners

reformation of manners  

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The term is used in a broad sense to mean the Protestant, and more particularly the Puritan, attempt to create a godly society in the late 16th and 17th centuries. ...
school

school  

Both an institution and a method of education. A process of learning and management of socially approved knowledge, involving an approved curriculum and pedagogy, paid professional educators, ...
taverns

taverns  

Places open to the public and licensed to sell beer, wine, and spirits by small measure, offering meals and lodging for a charge. These establishments were also called inns or ...

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