Continental Achievement: Roman Catholics in the United States – Revolution and the Early Republic
In this second volume of acclaimed historian Kevin Starr’s masterful work on Catholics in America, he picks up where he left off in his Continental Ambitions, which traced the stirrings of independence among the colonists of New England.
Starr shows how Catholics participated in the American Revolution and the founding of the United States. He then traces the establishment of the first Catholic dioceses in the new republic. In his captivating style, Starr dramatizes the representative personalities in this formative period.
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