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Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-139) and index.
Examines the history of religious practice by African Americans and the development of religious institutions, regional movements, and important personalities from the time of slavery up to the twentieth century.
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Beginnings -- Independent African Church movement -- "Invisible Institution": Religion among the slaves -- In search of Canaan: Emancipation and the limits of freedom -- From plantation to ghetto: Religion in the city -- Black freedom struggle -- Black faith: Continuity within change -- Glossary -- Chronology -- Further reading.
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