1815-1850: Chapter Nine: Religion
by ELIZABETH KRONZEK
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
African American Christianity 294
Nat Turner: Religion and Rebellion 294
City of Refuge 298
Native Americans and Christianity 300
Priests’ Prisons 302
The Burned-Over District 304
Social Reform 307
Magic and the Occult 307
Southern Protestantism 309
Women and Religion 311
Rochester Rappings 312
Richard Allen 313
Lyman Beecher 314
William Miller 316
Phoebe Palmer 317
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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