B is the correct answer.
The Second Great Awakening was a period of religious revival that was led by new movements of charismatic preachers under the new Protestant theologies of Methodism and Baptist preaching.
1. Option B
2. Options C, E, B
3. Option C
4. Option B
5. Option A
6. Option A
7. Option D
9. Option C
1. The necessity of the cotton industry led to a booming of slave ownership, although with a mix of import from Africa and higher birth rates in the slave population. African-American population would boom in the South, and would represent in many cases more than 60% of the population (for each white three blacks)
2. The city was the center of cotton and slave trade due to the location near the Missisipi, and also due to the status as capital of the state of Tennesse.
3. It referred to the fact that the crop was the best way to become wealthy, as cotton was the primary export of the South, and at the time, one of the engines of the Industrial Revolution.
4. Slavery was seen as a economic necessity in the South, and until the Second Awakening, the moral issue did not leverage on the institution. Therefore, the first reason of abolitionism was the economic danger posed by slavery, and the growing dependance of the South in it.
5. I would be an abolitionist speech, specially after the Second Awakening, when moral justification for slavery was attacked,
6. It started reforms that still exists, as the movements attacked slavery, drunkeness and more far reaching, the role of women in society. Many sufragettes would begin their activities in the Temperance clubs.
7. Scott alleged that he had been living in Missouri for four years, a state where slavery was illegal.
8. The Court concluded that Mr. Scott was not a US citizen, and therefore could not reach out to the judicial procedures. Essentially, because he was a slave he could not be a citizen. These spark outrages from every corner of US society, but not in the Southern slave states, thus litting the fire that would explode with the Civil War.
9. It was the name given to the territory that Mexico would give, via the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo in 1848.
Black religions were mainly worshipping of idols and other things. Then civilization came into place with two religions; Islam and Christianity. So therefore, blacks religions were affected due to civilization.
D. Revivalists sent missionaries to convert Americans living in remote regions.
The Second Great Awakening or Second Great Revival (1790-1840) was a time of unusual revival or Christian revival that would extend into the American antebellum period, characterized by an unprecedented Christian evangelizing activity and large numbers of conversions. Its name is due to the Great Awakening, a similar period that had taken place about half a century before. It produced a deep feeling in churches and congregations throughout New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the Northwest and the South of the United States. Because of this preachers like Charles Finney, Lyman Beecher, Barton Stone, Peter Cartwright and Asahel Nettleton ended up becoming well known. The identification of evangelization with social causes was intensified, which affected American life in areas such as the reform of prisons, abolitionism and the promotion of abstinence.
In the Appalachian region, the awakening rode on the backs of large concentrations in camp meetings, taking dyes similar to those of the First Great Awakening of the previous century. The camp meeting was a religious service that lasted several days; in it several preachers were presented. Settlers from sparsely populated areas waited with anticipation for the camp meetings that meant a certain escape from the routine of life set aside in the border regions. The dance, the songs and the extroverted shouts that were associated with this type of meetings had their origin in the genuine joy of participating in a religious revival together with hundreds, maybe thousands of people.
Revivalists sent missionaries to convert American's living in remote regions
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