Table of contents for At home in nature : modern homesteading and spiritual practice in America / Rebecca Kneale Gould.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A Homesteading Timeline
Preface
Introduction
Chapter One: Conversion
Chapter Two: Getting (Not too Close) to Nature
Chapter Three: Homemade Ritual
Interlude: Interpreting Ambivalence: Homesteading as Spiritual and Cultural Work
Chapter Four: The Re-enchantment of the Farm: John Burroughs Goes Back to the Land
Chapter Five: Scott Nearing and The Social Gospel of Agriculture
Chapter Six: Ambivalent Legacies I: The Dynamics of Engagement and Retreat
Chapter Seven: Ambivalent Legacies II: Gender, Class, Nature and Religion
Appendix: Of Hoes and Huckleberries: A Note on Method
Notes
Selected Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Religious life and customs.
Country life -- Religious aspects.
Nature -- Religious aspects.
Spirituality -- United States.
Country life -- United States.
Nature and civilization -- United States.