Ininfluential Americans who were worried about the impact of slavery and race on society founded the American Colonization Society. Mother Anne Lee Cultural: The revivals were much broader than the First Great Awakening, and the Methodists and Baptists grew to be the largest denominations.
They sold well both in America and around, but he moved to Europe as he was impatient with the slow American literary development. The manumission act allowed individual owners to free their slaves, and within a decade planters had released 10, slaves.
First American advocate of higher education for women. When Missouri applied for admission into the Union in with a constitution that allowed slavery, Congressman of New York proposed a ban on slaves and gradual emancipation of the slaves.
Second Great Awakening Cultural: Originated in Europe as part of the Romantic movement. Made the United States a Christian society. The periodic expansion and contraction of production and employment that are inherent to a market economy. Previously only Pennsylvania and Rhode Island had been opposed to it, but James Madison and George Mason declared that there should be free exercise of religion.
Urged Americans to dismiss the public roles for women, like voting and holding office, but to give the the bigger responsibility of caring to the future generation.
Believed eduction should develop the American intellect. Federalists in Congress chartered the First Bank of the United States, it issued notes and made commercial loans, but Jeffersonian Republicans opposed the Bank, claiming it was unconstitutional.
A broad system of state mercantilism known as the Commonwealth system. Republic of letters Cultural: Missouri denied and as a result, they were denied admission to the Union.
American Colonization Society Cultural: Webster also published this compact textbook, which gave Americans the start of a common vocabulary and grammar.
Official church of the Union. Mother Anne Lee organized the Shakers in Britain and then migrated to America and attracted numerous recruits, and founded the Shaker community in America.
Companionate marriages were more republican than arranged marriages. Under English law, property owned by a father who died without a will was passed to the eldest son. Communities of scholars both overseas and in America wrote letters to one another to discuss intellectual ideas across great distances.
However, Webster wanted to spell words like they sounded instead of the traditional English spelling, but his idea was not very popular. First Bank of the United States Economic: After the Revolution, most states began requiring equal distribution.
Parson Mason Weems Cultural: Included legislative support for road and canal companies, and grants of limited liability to help businesses start up. Burned Over District Cultural:When the AP week comes, my brain 3 pages into chapter 1 after being brain dead the whole summer.
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