Jon Butler

Photo of Jon ButlerPhoto | Jonathan Conklin PhotographyJon Butler is Howard R. Lamar Emeritus Professor of American Studies, History, and Religious Studies at Yale University and Research Professor of History at the University of Minnesota. His books include the Los Angeles Times bestseller Becoming America and the prizewinning Awash in a Sea of Faith and The Huguenots in America. He is a past president of the Organization of American Historians.

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Cover: God in Gotham: The Miracle of Religion in Modern ManhattanGod in Gotham: The Miracle of Religion in Modern ManhattanButler, JonHARDCOVER09/29/2020$29.95
Cover: Becoming America: The Revolution before 1776Becoming America: The Revolution before 1776Butler, JonPAPERBACK12/28/2001$31.00
Cover: Awash in a Sea of Faith: Christianizing the American PeopleAwash in a Sea of Faith: Christianizing the American PeopleButler, JonPAPERBACK02/01/1992$37.50
Cover: The Huguenots in America: A Refugee People in New World SocietyThe Huguenots in America: A Refugee People in New World SocietyButler, JonPAPERBACK01/01/1992$27.50Currently unavailable
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