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Restoration movement (Christianity)--History|y19th century.
Global History Chapter
1. Emergence of the Stone-Campbell Movement
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A monument to reformer John Knox crowns the top of the Necropolis east of Glasgow Cathedral. The Necropolis is reached by the Bridge of Sighs, foreground.
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 Cathedral, Necropolis, John Knox, Scotland
When Alexander Campbell visited Glasgow in 1847, he walked across the Bridge of Sighs to spend most of the morning of September 6 walking among the funerary monuments of the Necropolis, which had been developed on the hill since he had lived in Glasgow as a student. (Richardson, vol.2, p. 557)