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Religion Anglican

Anglicans and the Atlantic World

High Churchmen, Evangelicals, and the Quebec Connection

by (author) Richard W. Vaudry

McGill-Queen's University Press
Initial publish date
May 2003
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To achieve this Richard Vaudry traces the migration of both English and Irish Protestants and examines the careers of various prominent Quebec Anglicans, including Jacob, Eliza, and George Mountain, Jasper Hume Nicolls, Henry Roe, Jonathan and Edmund Willoughby Sewell, and finally Jeffrey Hale - families with impeccable imperial credentials. By stressing the importance of an imperial, transatlantic culture, Vaudry offers a fresh and innovative look at the history of the Anglican church in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Quebec.

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An historian living in Edmonton, Richard W. Vaudry is Assistant Professor of History at Camrose Lutheran College, Camrose, Alberta.

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