Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media: 40,000+ Documents from Religious Bodies Census Digitized Nearly a Century Later

Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media: 40,000+ Documents from Religious Bodies Census Digitized Nearly a Century Later. “Today the American Religious Ecologies project is releasing the initial version of a website that makes available tens of thousands of documents from the 1926 U.S. Census of Religious Bodies. These schedules, or forms, describe religious congregations from the early twentieth century from a wide range of religious traditions. These documents are freely available to scholars, students, and local historians, who can browse or search for them by location or by religious identification.”

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