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Women and the Catholic Church in Maryland, 1689-1776
This article looks at the experiences of Catholic women in Maryland, 1689-1776, by focusing on two very different women: Jane Mathews Doyne, a gentlewoman in St. Mary's County who died in 1738, and Jenny, an enslaved woman ...
"The Papists. . . have shewn a laudable Care and Concern": Catholicism, Anglicanism, and Slave Religion in Colonial Maryland
This article addresses the longstanding historiographical debate over the conditions of slave life in the Americas, especially the treatment of slaves in Protestant Anglo America versus Catholic Latin America, by comparing ...