Glasgow, railway between Central Mosque and Glasgow City College, former Broad Street, Hutchinsontown
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Restoration movement (Christianity)--History|y19th century.
Global History Chapter
1. Emergence of the Stone-Campbell Movement
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Location of the Hutchinsontown neighborhood where Campbell family lived 1808-1809
Use images from Glasgow and the University of Glasgow to develop cultural awareness of the social and intellectual environment Alexander Campbell experienced while attending the University 1808-1809.
Alexander Campbell, Glasgow University, Hutchinsontown, Broad Street, Scotland
The Campbell family lived on Broad Street in the Hutchinsontown neighborhood while Alexander attended Glasgow University 1808-1809. Broad Street was converted to a rail line that passes between the Glasgow Central Mosque and the Riverside College of the University of Glasgow and crosses the Clyde River via the City Union Bridge.