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From the Publisher"The editor's programmatic introduction combines with well-researched and creatively conceived individual chapters to produce a landmark volume."
— Christian Century
"These twelve essays make fascinating reading. Together they make clear how much we miss of American religious history if we ignore the role of women of many ethnic and religious backgrounds."
— The Catholic Historical Review
"Reminds readers that a history that includes women will both enrich and alter one's understanding of American religious history. . . . Recommended."
"These essays challenge historians to question the traditional narratives of the religious history of America . . . [and] provide models that can be used for further exploration and incorporation of women into American religious history."
— The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society