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The Puritan in Holland, England, and America (2 vols.)

by Campbell, Douglas

Harper & Brothers 1893

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Overview

Douglas Campbell’s classic two-volume work, The Puritan in Holland, England, and America, examines Puritanism—a product of reformation and producer of revolution—as the ideal that spurred the development of religious and civil freedom first in Holland, then in England and America. Campbell tells the story of how the initially persecuted Puritans’ doctrine and beliefs became a cultural force that eventually helped develop the spirit of limited government, religious freedom, and mass public education. Campbell first grew interested in the topic in law school and it became a lifelong research project. He traveled to England and Holland, fulfilling professional duties and continuing his research on the side. He was finally able to record the text of his work when a permanent illness forced him out of actively practicing law. Campbell’s passion shines in his logical writing and insight.

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Key Features

  • Classic account of the spread and influence of Puritanism in Europe and America
  • Richly detailed and cohesive historical narrative

Individual Titles

The Puritan in Holland, England, and America, vol. 1

  • Edition: 4th, Revised and Corrected
  • Publisher: Harper & Brothers
  • Publication Date: 1893
  • Pages: 576

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Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction: The People and Institutions of the United States
  • Chapter I: The Netherlands and its People, Agriculture, Manufactures, Commerce, and Art
  • Chapter II: The Guilds, the Towns, the State, Education, Religion, and Morals of the Netherlands
  • Chapter III: Revolution in the Netherlands
  • Chapter IV: Independence Declared, Assassination of William of Orange, Religious Tolerance Established
  • Chapter V: England before Elizabeth
  • Chapter VI: Private Life, Education, Religion, and Morals in Elizabethan England
  • Chapter VII: Public Life, Administration of Justice, Trade, Treatment of Ireland, and Piracy in Elizabethan England
  • Chapter VIII: The Jesuits and the Puritans in England
  • Chapter IX: Queen Elizabeth and the Puritans
  • Chapter X: Dutch Influence on English Puritanism

The Puritan in Holland, England, and America, vol. 2

  • Edition: 4th, Revised and Corrected
  • Publisher: Harper & Brothers
  • Publication Date: 1893
  • Pages: 616

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Contents

  • Chapter XI: The Scottish Kirk and Its Influence on English and American Puritanism
  • Chapter XII: The English in the Netherlands
  • Chapter XIII: The Invincible Armada
  • Chapter XIV: The Development of a National Puritan Literature in England
  • Chapter XV: Development of Puritanism, Calvinistic Theology, the Jewish Sabbath, and Civil Liberty under Elizabeth
  • Chapter XVI: The Brownists, the Baptists, and the Quakers
  • Chapter XVII: King James and the Puritans
  • Chapter XVIII: War in the Netherlands
  • Chapter XIX: War Concluded in the Netherlands
  • Chapter XX: The Netherland Republic
  • Chapter XXI: The Netherland Republic and the English Commonwealth
  • Chapter XXII: The Netherland Republic and the United States
  • Chapter XXIII: The Scotch-Irish, the Puritans of the South, Conclusion

Product Details

  • Title: The Puritan in England, Holland, and America
  • Author: Douglas Campbell
  • Edition: 4th, Revised and Corrected
  • Publisher: Harper & Brothers
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 1,192

About the Author

Douglas Campbell was an attorney in nineteenth-century New England and a member of the American Historical Association. His work The Puritan in Holland, England, and America, was commended by British prime minister W. E. Gladstone as a “deeply interesting” work of “great value and importance.”