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8 Hist Ch 4 Test 4
|1. Large number of converts 2. New missionary works 3. Effects on higher education - new colleges 4. Rearranging in the churches 5. Increased the gap between church and state 6. Close the gap between social classes 7. Desire for political freedom
|List and describe the 7 results of the Great Awakening? (Be sure to add on to the information listed. Dig for information from your notes and your book pp. 65-67. Also, remember things we discussed in class.)
|Which religious group was supervised by commissaries sent by the Bishop of London?
|Under what system did young men in the colonies learn a trade?
|what type of people, including the Faneuils and Hancocks, made up the colonial upper class?
|Who had GREAT influence in the home?
|Who took over the business when the husband was absent?
|What was the denominational name that described the New England Puritans?
|What were schools that met in the homes of widows or single ladies called?
|Who was a devoted missionary to the Indians?
|What philosophy asserted that God created the universe and then stepped aside to let the laws of nature function without His intervention?
|What movement of the 1700s exalted rational thinking and critical reasoning?
|Even after American colleges were founded, some colonists continued to send their sons to _______________ to go to school.
|In the ideal colonial family the _____________ played a strong role.
|What English preacher spoke to large outdoor crowds during the Great Awakening?
|People in colonial America usually learned Greek, Latin, and natural philosophy in ________ _________.
|What agreement in 1622 allowed the unsaved children of Puritans to become church members?
|What was the first institution of higher learning in the colonies?
|In colonial families, what was the center of the economic activity?
|What was the center of colonial life?
|What "book" did colonial children use to help them learn the alphabet and other simple lessons?
|hospital and church
|In addition to being home, the house often acted as a ______________ or a _________________.
|Which religious group was made of French colonists who settled in some of the colonies?
|After the Great Awakening many new missionary works were started among the ______________.
|Which movement did the Unitarian movement have a lot of effect on?
|Which religious group were often treated as pagans by Protestant colonists?
|Who was a famous pastor from Northampton, Massachusetts?
|Who preached a well-known sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"?
|Which colony led in the provision of education for its children?
|The middle class
|Which social class could climb the social ladder, most owned land and their own home, and its members included shopkeepers, clergymen, and carpenters?
|Which religious group was made of German settlers who followed the early reformer John Huss?
|Did Masters always keep the slave families together?
|Did colonial women have the same legal rights as men?
|Who wrote the Blue-Backed Speller?
|Old Deluder Satan Act
|What act provided for local education in Massachusetts?
|older slave women
|Who cared for the slave children while the mothers were working during the day?
|Who was responsible for the children's education in the colonial family?
|pastors and missionaries
|After the Great Awakening, new colleges were established to train _________ and _________.
|Which colony was the most tolerant colony toward various religions?
|People were uninterested in spiritual things.
|Why was the Great Awakening needed in the colonies?
|After the Great Awakening, many colonists desired ______________ freedom.
|Raise some of their own food and sell the excess
|What was one way some slaves were allowed to earn money?
|What type of servant came from continental Europe with his family, hoping to find a friend or relative to pay their passage?
|Same amount of time at work
|Did slaves work more than free workers or did they work the same amount of time?
|Who was a Virginia preacher during the Great Awakening?
|See pp. 60-61 in the book Study from your notes Remember what we discussed in class.
|Why did the Puritan Congregationalists adopt the Half-Way Covenant, and what was the result?
|Having a ___________ ___________ helped the slaves endure the hardships of bondage.
|In which region of the colonies were children often provided an education by a private tutor?
|strict social class
|The colonists were VERY concerned about strict _____________ _____________.
|supernatural works of God
|MANY early colonists believed in the _____________________ works of __________.
|Which religion was especially strong among some of American intellectuals?
|Who founded a college in a log cabin?