Cascadia

Cascadia

Author: Douglas Todd

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ISBN: 1553800605

Category: History

Page: 326

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This collection explores the unique spirituality and culture of Cascadia, which includes British Columbia, Washington and Oregon. Envied around the world, Cascadia is famous for its mountains, evergreens, and livable cities. Less well known is that Cascadia is home to the least institutionally religious people on the continent. Despite this, Cascadia: The Elusive Utopia argues that most of the region's 14 million residents feel deeply "spiritual." Many gain their sense of the sacred from the spectacular and imposing land.
Cascadia
Language: en
Pages: 326
Authors: Douglas Todd
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher:

This collection explores the unique spirituality and culture of Cascadia, which includes British Columbia, Washington and Oregon. Envied around the world, Cascadia is famous for its mountains, evergreens, and livable cities. Less well known is that Cascadia is home to the least institutionally religious people on the continent. Despite this,
Elusive Utopia
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Pages: 344
Authors: Gary Kornblith, Carol Lasser
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-12-05 - Publisher: LSU Press

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