Second Great Awakening
Tyler Albrecht and Austin Martin
The first image is a painting of an 1839 Methodist Camp meeting. Congregations commonly held these camp meetings to convert citizens to their religion. You can see the effect that these meetings had on people; they look like they are in shock from what they heard, just like how the Second Great Awakening shocked the country as a whole.
The second image is a graph of religous denominations in America in the early 1800s. It is easy to see what kind of effect the Second Great Awakening had on the religous characteristics of America. The majority of the population was converted to either Baptist or Methodist, which was the main goal of this movement.