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APA Citation

Milner, V. L., Adams, H., Brown, J. Newton (John Newton). (18721871). Religious denominations of the world: comprising a general view of the origin, history, and conditions of the various sects of Christians, the Jews, and Mahometans, as well as the pagan forms of religions existing in the different countries of the earth: with sketches of the founders of various religious sects from the best authorities. New and improved ed., with an appendix brought up to the present time, by J. Newton Brown. Philadelphia: Bradley, Garretson & Co..

MLA Citation

Milner, Vincent L, Hannah Adams, and J. Newton (John Newton) Brown. Religious Denominations of the World: Comprising a General View of the Origin, History, And Conditions of the Various Sects of Christians, the Jews, And Mahometans, As Well As the Pagan Forms of Religions Existing In the Different Countries of the Earth: With Sketches of the Founders of Various Religious Sects From the Best Authorities. New and improved ed., with an appendix brought up to the present time, by J. Newton Brown. Philadelphia: Bradley, Garretson & Co., 18721871.

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