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20931
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The Great Revival was a movement in southern states to promote religious conviction and morality in the year 1800. Predating this revival were several other religious movements both within the state and across America. This article summarizes the religious frenzies leading up to The Great Revival of 1800, the revival itself, and its eventual decline by 1805.
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12180
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The Great Revival of the 18th and 19th centuries saw a radical change in the attitude of North Carolina from Godlessness to religious enthusiasm. Aside from this significance, the movement produced a curious phenomenon which has fascinated psychologists ever since -- \"exercises.\" The exercises of revivalists are described as \"falling down,\" and later \"jerking,\" acts supposedly brought on at the height of religious frenzy during an evangelist's sermon.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 26 Issue 5, Aug 1958, p101-103, il
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33662
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If it hadn’t been for a revival meeting, for General Juilian S. Carr and for several other contributing factors, the destinies of China might have been completely changed. The author tells the story of a cabin boy’s conversion to Christianity in Wilmington, NC and How that may have later affected China’s history through his prominent children.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 6 Issue 27, Dec 1938, p
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