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In this chapter we learn about the Second Great Awakening but more specifically the impact it had on people and the class of people it impacted the most In our first excerpt which is the only secondary source we read from Paul E Johnson who believes the second revival of religion in the Rochester area and economic change in the area were directly related In the next sources which are all primary now we look at two maps of Western New York One can observe the change in population density in the area Once master and wage earner had different social worlds the population of Rochester was no longer as condensed as it was once before Source 3 is an essay from Alexis de Toqueville discussing the condition of Americans Toqueville expresses his beliefs that while the working classes social conditions become equal they feel as though they are in control of their own destiny Source 4 is an attack on the revivals which basically states the revival is a hoax and not beneficial to those in lower class levels Source 5 and 6 is a letter and verse in defense towards the revivals exuberating how wonderful they really are Source 7 is a painting of African Americans supporting the revivals Due to the facts that most if not all were slaves at that time they must have taken great salvation from the revivals Source 8 is an excerpt from the Book of Mormon which illustrates once sinners had confessed to God they will be forever redeemed and are free forever However the contrary those who give their spirit to the devil will have him reign over them in his own kingdom Source 9 describes a young boys point of view in 1874 of working for a wealthy farmer and how it was always about work There was never an emotional connection made between worker and employer as it once had been Sources 10 described
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