• Wemons Rights
    was an important, although small, step toward equality for women. The American Revolution was fought for independence and equality. However, these ideals only applied to white males. As time went on this became the slogan of many oppressed groups. The Jacksonian movement for democracy during the...
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  • Essay
    : 1790-1860 Chapter 15: The Ferment of Reform and Culture: 1790-1860 Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy: 1793-1860 Chapter 17: Manifest Destiny and its Legacy: 1841- 1848 Essay/Case Study: “The Legal Rights of Married Women” (article on website with Unit 5 docs)—Answer...
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  • Ap Us Chapter 15 Notes
    Maddy Tessier-Kay Society, Culture, and Reform (1820-1860) Chapter 15 Packet * The period before the Civil War is also known as the antebellum period * Reformers dedicated themselves to causes such as free public schools, improving the treatment of the mentally ill, controlling sale...
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  • U.S hISTORY
    . Define Market Revolution 22. Identify the affects of the American Revolution on slavery in the South 23. What is nativism? 24. Which group of immigrants served as the largest between 1840 and 1860-? 25. How did the “Know Nothing” Party come to be and what were their beliefs...
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  • Mini Paper
    movements in the United States sought to expand democratic ideals. Assess the validity of this statement with specific reference to the years 1820-1850. (2002)   10         To what extent did the natural environment shape the development of the West beyond the Mississippi and the lives of those who...
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  • HIST111
    rights Democratic republicans 1820’s Andrew Jackson – the beginning of the Democratic party, considered lower class of white males White men without property Associated with democrats 1850’s/1860’s Post-War Andrew Jackson Southern democrat Property still with whites Former slaves share...
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  • Religous Tolerance of Jews
    America more Jews fled to America. Between 1820-1830 nearly 300,000 Jews came to the United States from central Europe. Non-Jewish Americans tended to view these new comers as Germans rather than Jews. Not long after that the German- Jews were big enough to establish their own Jewish movements...
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  • Industrialization
    a. British craftsmen built a cotton textile industry in New England in 1820s, the beginning of American industrialization b. Rail networks developed in 1860s c. Heavy iron and steel industries emerged in Pennsylvania and Alabama, 1870s...
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  • Apush Culture Unit 2
    the time period of 1790 to 1860 American Culture developed from and offspring of British culture to an American Culture. There were expressions of music, theater, art and literature which all made the American culture grow. In 1820 a British critic sneered, “Who reads an American book?” He...
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  • AP world history ch. 25
    American states. Jose de San Martin Led an independence movement in Rio de Plata, Chile, and Peru instigating the independence of United Provinces Dom Joao VI Portuguese monarch who established seat of government in Brazil from 1808 to 1820 as a result of Napoleonic invasion of Iberian...
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  • women suffrage
    , all sorts of reform groups were proliferating across the United States–temperance clubs, religious movements and moral-reform societies, anti-slavery organizations–and in many of these, women played a prominent role. Meanwhile, many American women were beginning to chafe against what historians have...
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  • Dbq Projects from Ap Book
    . Compare and contrast the various proposals offered to deal with the possible expansion of slavery in the new territories from 1820-1860. Be sure to consider: historical context, proponents and opponents. 11. What gave rise to the Reform movements in the first half of the 19th century? What were the...
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  • Reform Movement
    Reform movements sought to expand democratic ideals between 1820 and 1860 in respect to several different aspects of society, and in the long run they were successful. Three reforms like women rights, public education and the abolishment of slavery; driven by the Second Great Awakening...
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  • Group Project
    reform movements and the growth of biological and medical knowledge. In the 1800s, there was no generally accepted body of medical knowledge as we have today. The hospitals then were for the rich and upper class society. There were voluntary and charitable hospitals for the masses, but the patients...
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  • Us History
    by focusing on the women's rights movement. The organization of the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 was monumental in this movement in that the Declaration of Sentiment was drafted on the Declaration of Independence. The Age of Reform marked initial steps towards equality for blacks and women...
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  • APUSH
    1. The Changing American Population 1. The American Population, 1820-1840 • The population increased rapidly • Much of it was moving from the countryside into the industrializing cities of the NE and NW • Much of it was migrating westward • Pop growth was due to improvements in public health...
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  • APUSH Outline
    impact of the McCormick reaper (1834) and the Deere plow (1837) on agriculture D. Summarize 2 important industrial (not transportation) inventions or innovations (1800-1850) Chapter: “The Ferment of Reform and Culture, 1790-1860” II. Reform Emerges A. Second Great Awakening (1820s and 1830s...
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  • Turbulant Times of 1860 to 1865
    A Nation Divided The Turbulant Times of 1860 To 1865 The root cause of the American Civil War was a combined reaction to mounting economic, social, and political differences between the Northern and Southern States. The conflict encompassed a multitude of issues, but the primary issue was...
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  • Romanticism in American Lit
    Moby Dick, Resistance to Civil Government, The American Scholar, The Scarlet Letter, and Edgar Allan Poe’s most notorious works such as The Raven and Annabel lee. The Romanticism movement started in Europe and in the late 1820’s it worked its way into America. It was aimed as a rebellion against...
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  • The West and the World; Review Sheet
    reforms. 1. They abolished the old decentralized government and formed a strong, unified state. 2. They declared social equality and allowed freedom of movement. 3. They created a free, competitive, governmentstimulated economy. 4. They built a powerful modern navy and reorganized the army. Meiji...
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