The Geography of Religious Groups in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Upstate New York: Persistence and Change, 1890-1965
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Religious groups, Spatial patterns, Colonial period
This study is an investigation into the spatial patterns of religious groups in a portion of the United States. More exactly, it is an investigation into the changes in or stability of those patterns in recent history.
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Tweedie, Stephen William, "The Geography of Religious Groups in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Upstate New York: Persistence and Change, 1890-1965" (1969). Geography and the Environment - Dissertations. 60.