The colonial churches of Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina Their interiors and worship

By: Perdue Davis, Vernon

Price: $19.97

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Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket


Light blue cover and dark blue print. Dust now in mylar protective cover. Most of the earliest colonists to America were Anglican Puritans and the Anglican Church became the established church of Virginia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia during the colonial period. After the American Revolution, the Anglican Church in America formed an independent body in 1789 and called it the Protestant Episcopal Church. A unique book on the interior elements and furnishings of early Colonial Churches. The focus is on things like Chancels and Screens, Tables and Altars, Mediaeval Seating, Prayer book Seating, Wall Ornaments, Roofs and Ceilings, and other contents. It also has a focus Worship cerimonial traditions like music and poetry, vesture, books, sermons, etc. A most interesting reference on details of the early church. ; Illustrations; 6.73 X 4.25 X 0.98 inches; 383 pages

Book Title: The colonial churches of Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina Their interiors and worship

Author Name: Perdue Davis, Vernon

Categories: Religion,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Richmond, VA, Dietz Press: 1985

Binding (hardback, paperback, etc.): Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID or SKU: 61602

Keywords: Episcopal Architecture Colonial Churches Anglican Carpentry VIRGINIA Maryland North Carolina,