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RELG 289: Global Religions in Minnesota

Professor Michael McNally -- Spring 2020

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Context: Data

Context: Religious Traditions, Communities, People

Below is a Catalyst subject heading for e-books about the history of Minnesota.

Minnesota--History

Minnesota -- Church history

Material about religions in Minnesota

The best way to find information about religions practiced in Minnesota, including their history, is to search Catalyst for immigrant groups (i.e Swedes in Minnesota, Somalis in Minnesota). For something as popular as Lutherans in Minnesota, a simple keyword search for (Lutherans in Minnesota) will yield appropriate information. Searching for the history of churches and places of worship will also lead to information about the religions and faiths practiced in the state (i.e churches in Minnesota).

Below are some online titles that might be of interest for this class.