1.Evangelical black churches grew in the North even as they were being suppressed in the S

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1.evangelical black churches grew in the north even as they were being suppressed in the south after 1820. the most important of the new black independent churches was the

1. african catholic church of america.
2. american baptist church for blacks.
3. african methodist episcopal church.
4. african-american baptist church.

2.romanticism

1. came from europe as part of the enlightenment.
2. was incompatible with the doctrines of the revivals.
3. considered emotion as the source of truth.
4. was a uniquely american cultural movement.

3.crucial to the growth of the social reform impulse were the evangelical revivals of the 1820s and 1830s, led by

1. james fenimore cooper.
2. ralph waldo emerson.
3. charles grandison finney.
4. george whitefield.


4.the writer generally identified as the leader of new england transcendentalism (especially its individualist expression) was

1. james fenimore cooper.
2. ralph waldo emerson.
3. charles grandison finney.
4. lyman beecher.

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