• Dbq 2
    During the 1750’s through the 1780’s American society was becoming increasingly less democratic in terms of property distribution and more democratic when it came to social structure as well as politics and religion. The tolerance of religion may have sparked from the Great Awakening during this...
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  • Increase in Democracy in the United States
    that America became more democratic between the 1750's and the 1780's, but we can not use one town as a basis for the whole country due to the diverse regions. The transformation of the property distribution, social structure, politics, and religion indubitably demonstrate America becoming more democratic....
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  • Democracy in America
    As America distanced itself from Great Britain's government, it attempted to create a more democratic society. America succeeded in religious democracy, giving people the chance to choose if they wanted to go to church, and which church they would go to. Also, American society was able to increase...
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  • 1975 Dbq
    what kind of society they would become. According to the information presented in historical documents about Wethersfield, Connecticut, as well as my own outside knowledge, American society became more democratic from the 1750's to 1780's in terms of property distribution, social structure...
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  • Democracy in Colonial Wethresfield Dbq
    period roughly of 1750 to 1780 became a more democratic town and the people became more accepting and more of a unit, which are all the great signs of a community destined to succeed....
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  • American Society in Wethersfield Connecticut
    Was American society as demonstrated in Wethersfield, Connecticut, becoming more "democratic"? Between the years of 1750-1780, the American society was becoming more and more democratic as the years passed. Democratic is when everyone has the opportunity to be heard in all matters of the country...
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  • American Revolution & Events That Coincided with It
    World Events that Coincided with the American Revolution (1750-1800) Art The Mid to Late 18th Century is the period in time remembered for the reversal of great world powers and new age of revolution. Many works of fine art were produced during this time, along with a renewed interest in...
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  • Democracy in America
    from the 1750’s to the 1780’s, American society became more democratic in that their property distribution was led by the people as was their politics in the respect that in Wethersfield lived the idea that any man could become rich if he or she wanted to become so. In a document showing the...
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  • History 1301
    a town that seemed poorly managed and built in favor of the Spanish Natives were more likely to ally with the French than the Spaniards By the 1780s war was forgotten and Natives and Spaniards made peace Spanish California was one of the North American projects and the last to thrive in the...
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  • Summary of History of English Language
    , Harrold in the Battle of Hestings . that’s why , there were some changes happened to the society of England , government , language & vocabulary , culture , and etc. All of those , began change of period between Anglo – saxon (old English ) and Anglo Norman (middle English ). National language in...
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  • History
    Before the Revolution happened in America, America was evolving into a more self-governing, independent and democratic society. That spark that was formed by the Great Awakening, led to an immense cry for independence. Although they experienced minor improvements in terms of democracy, development...
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  • The english political system in the 1780s
    was legendary.  Pitt took more political concern to strengthen support in the Lords.  For a long period during the eighteenth century almost no additions were made to the 200 or so peers.  Pitt created over 100 while prime minster, 45 of them between 1784 and 1790.  Most became staunch friends of the...
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  • Bertstare
    British international rival and enemy.[95] Later Spain (in 1779) and the Dutch (1780) became allies of the French, leaving the British Empire to fight a global war alone without major allies, and requiring it to slip through a combined blockade of the Atlantic. The American theater thus became...
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  • Language in the United States
    through television and the internet. The United States of America does not need an official language. As early as the 1750’s, language was not only a political issue but also an emotional one. The British settlers of Pennsylvania became upset when more immigrants speaking German started moving into...
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  • World History for Us All
    commodities. Together, the Industrial and democratic revolutions thoroughly transformed European society. Asian, African, and Latin American peoples dealt with the new demands of the world market and Europe’s economic might in a variety of ways. Some groups argued for reform through technical and...
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  • Child Workers
    . during the period selected, namely the years between 1780 and 1820, the nature of textile manufacture was transformed both by technology and perhaps more so by the centralisation of production, which permitted control of the workforce. the research presented here is based on a total of seventy...
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  • Rethinking Mercantalism
    that early modern England had its mercantilist phase. In his magisterial Growth of English Industry and Commerce in Modern Times, first published in 1882, Archdeacon William Cunningham defined the contours of England’s mercantilist age. “During a period of more than two centuries, from the...
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  • The Enli
    that had so little support that revolts broke out and his regime became a comedy of errors and nearly all his programs were reversed.[19] Senior ministers Pombal in Portugal andStruensee in Denmark governed according to Enlightenment ideals. [edit] Germany Before 1750 the German upper classes...
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  • Social 30 Notes
    with charcoal. But most iron-makers continued to use charcoal. Manufacturers complained that coke-smelted iron was brittle and could not be worked easily. They still preferred the more workable iron smelted with charcoal. About 1750, Darby’s son Abraham Darby II developed a process that made coke...
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  • Abolitonists
    leading churches of the colonial period toward more evangelical and democratic ones. Churches that prospered were those who promoted republican ideals. Protestant churches, especially Presbyterians, Methodists, and Baptists, proved most popular. Revivalism swept the frontier and became increasingly...
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