An English Church in Australian Soil: Anglicanism, Australian Society and the English Connection Since 1788

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Barton Books Pty, Limited, Dec 30, 2014 - Australia
This book seeks to expore one theme that has not been adequately explored previously - the changing relationship between the Australian Anglican Church and that from which it sprang, The Church of England. Brian H Fletcher explores the history of the Anglican Church in Australia beginning with the First Fleet in 1788.

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Emeritus Professor Brian H Fletcher was the foundation Bicentennial Professor of Australian History atthe University of Sydney. He is currently an honorary Professor in the Department of History. A Fellow ofthe Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Royal Australian Historical Society and the Federation ofAustralian Historical Societies, Professor Fletcher is also the recipient of the New South Wales History Council'sCitation for 2007 and the Centenary of Federation Medal for services to Australian history. He has published many books and articles on various aspects of Australian history. In recent years his research and writing has centred on the role of religion in Australia. He is an active member of the Anglican Parish of St Alban's at Epping. Professor Fletcher presently chairs the Journal of Anglican Studies Board of Trustees.

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