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Hope's promise : religion and acculturation in the Southern backcountry  Cover Image E-book E-book

Hope's promise : religion and acculturation in the Southern backcountry

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  • OCLC: ocn879576388
  • ISBN: 0817357769
  • ISBN: 9780817357764
  • ISBN: 0817387560
  • ISBN: 9780817387563
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxxiv, 266 pages) : illustrations.
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  • Published: Tuscaloosa :University of Alabama Press,[2005]
  • Publisher: Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, [2005]

Content descriptions

Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-256) and index.
Contents: Prelude : the Northern years -- A community of believers -- An Anglo-German world -- Becoming "American" : the Revolutionary years -- Becoming "Southern" : the slaveholding years -- The new world of the 1830s and beyond.
Summary: This eloquent study describes the complex process of assimilation that occurred among multi-ethnic groups in Wachovia, the evangelical community that settled a 100,000-acre tract in Piedmont North Carolina from 1750 to 1860. It counters commonplace notions that evangelicalism was a divisive force in the antebellum South, demonstrating instead the ability of evangelical beliefs and practices to unify diverse peoples and foster shared cultural values.In Hope's Promise, Scott Rohrer dissects the internal workings of the ecumenical Moravian movement at Wachovia-
Subject: Frontier and pioneer life -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County
Christian communities -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County -- History
Evangelicalism -- Social aspects -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County -- History
Forsyth County (N.C.) -- Religious life and customs
Forsyth County (N.C.) -- Ethnic relations
Ethnicity -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County -- History
Acculturation -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County -- History
British Americans -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County -- History
Moravians -- North Carolina -- Forsyth County -- History

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