Chapter 5 Part Two. Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution

Chapter 5 Part Two. Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution

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Dan Herber Period 2 Ritter Chapter 5: Part Two Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution 1700- 1775 I. Horse and Sailpower Traveling by road wasn’t too safe so transportation by water was cheaper and used much more frequently Taverns sprung up along the main routes of water traffic and was a symbol of democracy Taverns were also locations of information and political talk II. Dominant Denominations There were two dominant religions, Congregationalists and Anglicans, and each state said they had an established religion, but not all followed it The Anglican Church less fierce and more worldly than the Puritan religion The controversy over a bishop coming to America angered many non- Anglicans and aiding in thoughts of rebellion Religious toleration was advanced for the rest of the world so people could worship freely or not worship at all III. The Great Awakening Liberal ideas started to challenge old time religion Jonathan Edwards was a preacher who was very emotional and said that non-
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course HIST 171 taught by Professor Ss during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Chapter 5 Part Two. Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution

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