Religion and American culture (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
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The history in a hymn Hymns and hymnbooks as cultural icons Understanding the classical era of American Protestantism through hymns. The history in a hymn. "Amazing grace" : the history of a hymn and a cultural icon / D. Bruce Hindmarsh The Methodist national anthem : "O for a thousand tongues to sing" and the development of American Methodism /John R. Tyson "All hail the power of Jesus' name" : significant variations on a significant theme / Mark A. Noll. Hymns and hymnbooks as cultural icons. Textual editing and the "making" of hymns in nineteenth-century America / Mary De Jong Textual changes in popular occasional hymns found in American evangelical hymnals / Samuel J. Rogal Indices : more than meets the I / Mary Louise VanDyke Fanny Crosby, William Doane, and the making of gospel hymns in the late nineteenth century / Edith L. Blumhofer. Understanding the classical era of American protestantism through hymns. Heritage and hymnody : Richard Allen and the making of African Methodism / Dennis C. Dickerson Singing pilgrims : hymn narratives of a pilgrim community's progress from this world to that which is to come, 1830-1890 / Candy Gunther Brown Children of the Heavenly King : hymns in the religious and social experience of children, 1780-1850 / Heather D. Curtis Domesticity in American hymns, 1820-1870 / Susan VanZanten Gallagher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.