The Country Church in Colonial Counties as Illustrated by Addison County, Vt., Tompkins County, N.Y., and Warren County, N.Y.

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G.H. Doran Company, 1922 - Addison County (Vt.) - 106 pages
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Page vii - Surveys in endeavoring to translate the results of the survey into action. The members of this Joint Committee on Utilizing Surveys are: Representing the Federal Council of Churches Anna Clark , CN Lathrop Roy B. Guild UL Mackey AE Holt AE Roberts F. Ernest Johnson Fred B. Smith Charles E. Schaeffer Representing the Home Missions Council and the Council of Women for Home Missions LC Barnes, Chairman Rodney W. Roundy, Secretary Alfred W. Anthony Rolvix Harlan Mrs. Fred S. Bennett RA Hutchison CA Brooks...
Page v - Research, which is responsible for this publication, was organized in January, 1921, as the Committee on Social and Religious Surveys. It conducts and publishes studies and surveys and promotes conferences for their consideration. The Institute's aim is to combine the scientific method with the religious motive. It cooperates with other social and religious agencies, but is itself an independent organization.
Page 93 - The community boundaries were ascertained by noting the location of the last family on each road leading out from a given center who regularly traded at that center. These points, indicated on a map, were connected with each other by straight lines. The area about the given center thus enclosed was regarded as the community. 2.
Page v - Surveys was organized in January, 1921. Its aim is to combine the scientific method with the religious motive. The Committee conducts and publishes studies and surveys and promotes conferences for their consideration. It cooperates with other social and religious agencies, but is itself an independent organization. The Committee is composed of : John R. Mott, Chairman ; Ernest D. Burton, Secretary ; Raymond B. Fosdick, Treasurer ; James L. Barton and WHP Faunce. Galen M. Fisher is Associate Executive...
Page 94 - ... interests have a common center." Usually ascertained by determining the normal trade area of each given center. The primary social grouping of sufficient size and diversity of interests to be practically self-sufficing in ordinary affairs of business, civil and social life. Neutral Territory — any area not definitely included within the area of one community. Usually an area between two or more centers and somewhat influenced by each but whose interests are so scattered that it cannot definitely...
Page vi - The technical advisor was Mr. HN Morse of the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions, who was also associate director of the Town and Country Survey in the Interchurch World Movement. Valuable help was given by the Home Missions Council ; by the Council of Women for Home Missions through their sub-Committee on Town and Country, and by a Committee appointed jointly by the Home Missions Council and the Federal Council of Churches for the purpose of cooperating with the Committee on Social and Religious...
Page v - COPYRIGHT, 1922, BY GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY PREFACE THE Committee on Social and Religious Surveys was organized in January, 1921. Its aim is to combine the scientific method with the religious motive. The Committee conducts and publishes studies and surveys and promotes conferences for their consideration. It cooperates with other social and religious agencies, but is itself an independent organization. The Committee is composed of : John R. Mott, Chairman...
Page 93 - rural." 2. The local unit for the assembling of material was the community, regarded, usually, as the trade area of a town or village center. Previous surveys usually took the minor civil division as the local unit. The disadvantage of the community unit is that census and other statistical data are seldom available on the basis, thus increasing both the labor involved and the possibility of error.
Page 107 - ... and New Immigrant on the Land, as seen in two Wisconsin counties Ready (6) Rural Church Life in the Middle West Ready (7) The Country Church in Colonial Counties Ready (8) Irrigation and Religion, a study of two prosperous California counties Ready (9) The Church on the Changing Frontier Ready (10) The Rural Church Before and After the War, Comparative Studies of Two Surveys About Sept.
Page iii - THE COUNTRY CHURCH IN COLONIAL COUNTIES AS ILLUSTRATED BY ADDISON COUNTY, VT...

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