1600-1754: Chapter Ten: Religion
by ELIZABETH NYBAKKEN
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
African Religions 339
Eastern Woodland Native American Religion 343
English Reformation 344
European Reformation 345
Great Awakening 347
Sinners Beware! 347
Magic and the Supernatural 350
The Bewitched 352
Pietistic Sects 355
Reform Churches 360
Roman Catholics 361
Society of Friends 362
Rejecting Lust 362
Southwest Native American Religion 364
Francis Alison 365
Jonathan Edwards 366
Anne Marbury Hutchinson 367
Henry Melchior Muhlenberg 368
Roger Williams 370
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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