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A Separate Canaan: The Making of an Afro-Moravian World in North Carolina, 1763-1840 (Paperback) - Jon F. Sensbach
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[EAN: 9780807846988], Neubuch, [PU: The University of North Carolina Press, United States], Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In colonial North Carolina, German-speaking settlers from the Moravian Church founded a religious refuge--an ideal society, they hoped, whose blueprint for daily life was the Bible and whose Chief Elder was Christ himself. As the community s demand for labor grew, the Moravian Brethren bought slaves to help operate their farms, shops, and industries. Moravians believed in the universalism of the gospel and baptized dozens of African Americans, who became full members of tightly knit Moravian congregations. For decades, white and black Brethren worked and worshiped together--though white Moravians never abandoned their belief that black slavery was ordained by God. Based on German church documents, including dozens of rare biographies of black Moravians, A Separate Canaan is the first full-length study of contact between people of German and African descent in early America. Exploring the fluidity of race in Revolutionary era America, it highlights the struggle of African Americans to secure their fragile place in a culture unwilling to give them full human rights.In the early nineteenth century, white Moravians forsook their spiritual inclusiveness, installing blacks in a separate church. Just as white Americans throughout the new republic rejected African American equality, the Moravian story illustrates the power of slavery and race to overwhelm other ideals. |The power of race to overwhelm other ideals is conveyed in this history of N.C. s Moravian colonists and their slaves. They worked and worshiped together for decades, until the Moravians installed blacks in a separate church.

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In colonial North Carolina, German-speaking settlers from the Moravian Church founded a religious refuge--an ideal society, they hoped, whose blueprint for daily life was the Bible and whose Chief Elder was Christ himself. As the community's demand for labor grew, the Moravian Brethren bought slaves to help operate their farms, shops, and industries. Moravians believed in the universalism of the gospel and baptized dozens of African Americans, who became full members of tightly knit Moravian congregations. For decades, white and black Brethren worked and worshiped together--though white Moravians never abandoned their belief that black slavery was ordained by God. Based on German church documents, including dozens of rare biographies of black Moravians, A Separate Canaan is the first full-length study of contact between people of German and African descent in early America. Exploring the fluidity of race in Revolutionary era America, it highlights the struggle of African Americans to secure their fragile place in a culture unwilling to give them full human rights. In the early nineteenth century, white Moravians forsook their spiritual inclusiveness, installing blacks in a separate church. Just as white Americans throughout the new republic rejected African American equality, the Moravian story illustrates the power of slavery and race to overwhelm other ideals. 18th century,19th century,abolition,african-american studies,americas,christian books and bibles,christianity,church history,civil war,colonial period Other Religions, Practices & Sacred Texts, The University of North Carolina Press

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In colonial North Carolina, German-speaking settlers from the Moravian Church founded a religious refuge—an ideal society, they hoped, whose blueprint for daily life was the Bible and whose Chief Elder was Christ himself. As the community''s demand for labor grew, the Moravian Brethren bought slaves to help operate their farms, shops, and industries. Moravians believed in the universalism of the gospel and baptized dozens of African Americans, who became full members of tightly knit Moravian congregations. For decades, white and black Brethren worked and worshiped together—though white Moravians never abandoned their belief that black slavery was ordained by God.Based on German church documents, including dozens of rare biographies of black Moravians, A Separate Canaan is the first full-length study of contact between people of German and African descent in early America. Exploring the fluidity of race in Revolutionary era America, it highlights the struggle of African Americans to secure their fragile place in a culture unwilling to give them full human rights. In the early nineteenth century, white Moravians forsook their spiritual inclusiveness, installing blacks in a separate church. Just as white Americans throughout the new republic rejected African American equality, the Moravian story illustrates the power of slavery and race to overwhelm other ideals. Jon F. Sensbach, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, Separate Canaan: The Making Of An Afro-moravian World In North Carolina, 1763-1840 Books>Social and Cultural Studies, University of North Carolina Press

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Separate Canaan: The Making of an Afro-Moravian World in North Carolina, 1763-1840

The power of race to overwhelm other ideals is conveyed in this history of N.C. 's Moravian colonists and their slaves. They worked and worshiped together for decades, until the Moravians installed blacks in a separate church.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780807846988
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0807846988
Paperback
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA PR
368 Pages
Weight: 0,599 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0807846988

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0-8078-4698-8, 978-0-8078-4698-8


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