Background[ edit ] Like the First Great Awakening a half century earlier, the Second reflected Romanticism characterized by enthusiasm, emotion, and an appeal to the super-natural. Pietism was sweeping German countries.
The revival was a response to rapid immigration, industrialization and urbanization. Of the major reforms four stand out greatly. Methodist and Baptist groups experienced a surge of membership without delaying a move toward laissez-faire and competitiveness on the part of the Anglican, Presbyterian and Congregationalist churches.
The success of the Methodists and Baptists lay for the most part in their reliance on traveling preachers who brought the message of the church to the people, converting great numbers through emotionally charged revivals. The age of evangelicalism had arrived, with the Protestants and upper middle class women leading the charge, making this one of the most impact reforms in American history.
The temperance movement was organized to reduce the drinking of liquor or total abstinence. The movement was supported mainly by women who were the most effected by the drinking of their husbands.
Temperance associations were established in New York and Massachusetts with the help of churches. As their political power grew, they changed from moral persuasion to making the government to control liquor.
In fact, they succeeded in getting many liquor laws passed with help from churches and factories who saw poor productivity from drunken workers. Some distinguished figures are Susan B Anthony, Frances e. Willard, and Carry Nation. Some effects that remained permanent are government regulation, instruction on alcoholism in schools, study of alcoholism.
The rehabilitation movement helped to improve the lives of the destitute. Group leaders wanted to create institutions for specific illnesses. In colonial times, orphans mentally challenged people, and criminals were cared by their own families and remained part of the community.
Reformers wanted these people placed in specialized institutions where they could be trained or improved. Prison reforms included rehabilitation of criminals attempted to counter the tendency of prisons to create more hardened criminals.
The Second Great Awakening was a Protestant religious revival during the early 19th century in the United States. The movement began around , gained momentum by and, after , membership rose rapidly among Baptist and Methodist congregations whose preachers led the movement. The Second Great Awakening was a revival movement that had occurred in the s with the goal of creating a Protestant creed that would maintain the idea of Christian community in a period of rapid individualism and competition. Mar 1, If you are just beginning to learn about Chemtrails, the following Introductory article below will give you an overview of how this spraying program began in late and how the situation stood up to early The overhead spraying of chemtrails has continued unabated for over three years now. Thankfully, the first article describes a method to physically break up chemtrails.
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TIMELINES & MAPS / PRIMARY DOCUMENTS. DISCOVERY & EXPLORATION. NATIVE AMERICANS & COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE. As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from pfmlures.com The Second Great Awakening Uploaded by Slickest Nicca on Sep 20, In the late s and s a religious revival called the Second Great Awakening had a strong impact on pre- Civil War American religion and reform.
The revival was a response to rapid immigration, industrialization and urbanization. Comparison of the two Great Awakenings The Great Awakening and the Second Awakening were less of a rebellion and more of a mind shift for Christians.
These two events caused people to rely on their faith.
1. Harold Wilensky put it baldly and succinctly: "Economic growth is the ultimate cause of welfare state development." Harold Wilensky, The Welfare State and Equality (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), p.
2. Thus, Flora and Alber find no correlation between levels of industrialization and social insurance programs of 12 European nations between the s and the s.