A series of revivals swept mainland colonies and later be known as the great awakening
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The american republic, a nation of christiansby paul r dienstberger the american republic, a nation of christians by paul r dienstber. Part of a series on the history of the history of usa the second great awakening stimulated the establishment of many reform movements. Unit notes that cover an entire section of us history and not just one great awakening a series of religious revivals swept through the colonies in the.
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