Religious communities small farms and merchants made

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religious communities Small farms and merchants made up the economies MiddleNew York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware Easy access to tradingA mix up of culture, religion, and language The economy was based on merchants and craftsmenSouthernVirginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia The weather was warm which made it great for farms. English society with a bit of Anglican Slaves and indentured servant had to work.
The First Great AwakeningDirections: In the 1730s, a religious revival swept through the American colonies that became known as the Great Awakening. After reading about the Great Awakening, find a picture of a Great Awakening preacher and paste it in the box below. Then complete the text boxes with information you learned. Great Awakening Preachers-George Whitfield-Samuel DaviesSermon TopicsJonathan Edwards started the first Great Awakening with his famous sermon ‘Sinner in the Hands of an Angry God’Impact on AmericaIt led many to challenge established authority and old thinking. It changed many people’s views about religion, they felt that religion was more important in their livesCauses of the Great AwakeningPeople didn’t really see religion as something that was needed. After the Great Awakening, people began to focus on religionWhat Was it?A spiritual renewal that swept the American Colonies

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