New England Quarterly

In the December 2014 Issue

Emerson and the Fortunes of Godless Religion
Robert Milder

"To Tell What God Hath Done for Thy Soul": Puritan Spiritual Testimonies as Admission Tests and Means of Edification
Francis J. Bremer

The Fall of New Netherland and Seventeenth-Century Anglo-American Imperial Formation, 1654-1676 
L.H. Roper

Mistress of Her Art: Anne Laura Clarke, Traveling Lecturer of the 1820s 
Granville Ganter 



 

 

 
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