Marching As To War: The Salvation Army Invasion of Montreal, 1884-85

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Author/collaborator
Title
Marching As To War: The Salvation Army Invasion of Montreal, 1884-85
Abstract
Confronted with serious opposition on its arrival in Montreal in 1884-85, the Salvation Army quickly shifted from efforts to convert Catholics towards offering social services to the city’s needy. Following its shift, the Salvation Army was supported by Protestants and tolerated by moderate Francophone Catholics, but Irish Catholics saw in the organization’s methods parallels to the Orange Order.
Publication
Fides et Historia
Volume
Vol. 35
Issue
no. 1
Pages
59-89
Date
Winter/Spring 2003
Language
en
Citation
Murdoch, Norman H. “Marching As To War: The Salvation Army Invasion of Montreal, 1884-85.” Fides et Historia Vol. 35, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2003): 59–89.
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