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FLUSHING REMONSTRANCE

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Flushing Remonstrance

New! February 2014.
The forgotten story of the Flushing Remonstrance >>
by Wei Zhu

Kroessler, Jeffrey A. “Demanding Tolerance:  The Flushing Remonstrance and the Ordeal of John Bowne.” Paper delivered at Messiah College, Conference on Faith and History, October 1994.

Levy, Leonard W. The Establishment Clause: Religion and the First Amendment.  New York: Macmillan, 1986.

Maika, Dennis. “Commemoration and Context: The Flushing Remonstrance Then and Now.” Paper delivered at conference of the New York State Historical Association, July 2007.  The paper can be read at http://www.nysha.org/nysha/about_us/annual_meeting

Trebor, Haynes, ed. The Flushing Remonstrance (The Origin of Religious Freedom in America).  Flushing: Bowne House Historical Society, 1957. 

Voorhees, David. “The 1657 Flushing Remonstrance in Historical Perspective.” Paper delivered at the New York State History Conference, June 2007.

The November 15th lecture by Evan Haefeli
THE FLUSHING REMONSTRANCE 1657: Stuggle for Religious Tolerance in Colonial Flushing.
Professor Evan Haefeli, Columbia University reveals the importance of the Flushing Remonstrance, setting it within the context for and against religious toleration in Europe and America.