Protestants and pioneers individualism and conformity on the American frontier by Tetsuo Scott Miyakawa

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Bibliography: p. 275-293.

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Statement[by] T. Scott Miyakawa.
LC ClassificationsBR545 .M5
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Pagination306 p.
Number of Pages306
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