• History
    DBQ: Reform movements in the United States (1825-1850) In the duration of time between the years 1825-1850, many reform movements were occurring as American citizens fought for the reformation of many laws and institutions. There was the temperance movement, aimed toward lessening alcohol consumption...
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  • What the Heck
    The years 1825 to 1850 saw a number of changes in the lives of Americans. The reforms were all-encompassing and life-changing, which changed not only individual lives but that of the society as well. These reforms were directed towards the expansion of democratic ideals in the country. Changes such...
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    AP European History: Unit 7.1 HistorySage.com Ideologies and Revolutions: 1815-1850 “The Age of Metternich” Politics in the “Long 19th Century”: 1789-1914 French Rev & Napoleon (1789-1815) • Nat’l Assembly (1789-1791) • Legislative Assembly (1791-1792) • Nat’l Convention (1792-1795) ...
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  • 19th Century Reformism
    During the period of 1825-1850, reformism swept through the nation as it never had before. The twenty five year sentence saw the invention of the modern day penitentiary system, a temperance movement swept over the nation, an educational reform, as well as an abolitionist movement to stop the spread of...
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  • State Repression 19 Century
    issues of the period. These themes include the interplay of rival political ideologies, industrialisation, the rise of mass politics, social change and reform, class conflict and revolution. There is perhaps a distinction to be aware of between ‘the state’ and its position in the wider ‘government’ of nations...
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  • Apush
    "Reform movements in the U.S. sought to expand democratic ideals." Assess the validity of this statement with specific reference to the years 1825-1850. The period between 1825 to 1850 was one of high aspirations and hopes for change. The ideals of reform attempted to right many of the social injustices...
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  • Antebellum, Culture, and Reform
    OP Chapter 12: Antebellum Culture and Reform Section: The Romantic Impulse 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 5. Section: Remaking Society 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Section: The Crusade against Slavery 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 1. The first great school of American painters emerged in New...
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  • Wemons Rights
    The ideal woman was submissive; her job was to be a meek, obedient, loving wife who was totally subservient to the men around her. Between 1750 and 1850, women's roles in America changed somewhat. In an agrarian society, it was necessary for both husband and wife to put in a full day's labor, for the...
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  • Reform Movements
    Americans worked hard to promote the idea of democracy and human rights. Reform movements had a major impact in expanding democratic ideals. It promoted democracy effectively throughout the nation. Between the years 1825-1850, reform movements sought to expand and emphasize democratic ideals in order to maintain...
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  • “Reform movements in the United States sought to expand democratic ideals”
    validity of the statement, “Reform movements in the United States sought to expand democratic ideals” can be assessed regarding many reformations in the time period of 1825-1850 including the American temperance movement, the women’s rights movement, and the abolitionist reform. All of which very much expanded...
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  • Modern Euorupe Notes
    outside yourself * Victoria is divided into three periods * Early period – * 1830 – 1848 * this was the time of industrial growth * the first public railways station developed in 1830 from Liverpool to Manchester and this allowed for the growth of congress * towns in...
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  • Some Movements Between 1820 and 1850 Leading to the Women's Rights Movement
    1820-1850 were the years of change for the American society. It was a period of time when the most important and diversified events that occurred in the American history; it was a period of time to break free from old habits and beliefs that had been left behind. The main goal of the reforms was to...
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  • Chartism
    a working-class political movement calling for the extension of the franchise that emerged in the mid-1830s. Motivated by a sense of ‘betrayal’ by the actions of the Whig government and the impact of a deep economic depression between 1837 and 1842, it saw political reform as essential if the living...
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  • Civil Disobedience in Women’s History
    conscience. The stress on personal conscience and on the need to act now rather than to wait for legal change are recurring elements in civil disobedience movements. The U.S. Bill of Rights asserts that the authority of a government is derived from the consent of the governed, and whenever any form of government...
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  • Essay apush
    Chapter 15 - The Ferment of Reform and Culture printer friendly I. Reviving Religion Church attendance was regular in 1850 (3/4 of population attended) Many relied on Deism (reason rather revelation); Deism rejected original sin of man, denied Christ’s divinity but believed in a supreme being...
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  • Growth of Democracy in Great Britain in 1800s
    Great Britain or anywhere else in the world? Democracy, a form of government by the people, expanded somewhat dramatically in Great Britain between 1830 and 1914. Examples of democratic expansion in Great Britain include the increase of male suffrage and the regulation of working conditions. This expansion...
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  • APUSH ch -12 notes
    Chapter 12: Antebellum Culture and Reform   1)The Romantic Impulse a)Nationalism and Romanticism in American Painting i)Eurs felt that they alone at center of artistic world, but paintings w/in US popular b/c felt they had artistic traditions of their own: wonder of nation’s landscape, shoe...
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  • Jackson's Response to the Supreme Court Decision Regarding the Treaty of Rights of Native Americans
    urban life. 3. Jackson's Democracy * The Jacksonian era (1829-1841) included many reforms: free public schools, more women's rights, better working conditions in factories, and the rise of the Abolition movement. * In the election, Jackson was portrayed as a common man and his opponent, J.Q. Adams...
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  • Pool Ballz
    revolt? 2) C/C Thesis: Analyze the comparisons between Latin American and Brazilian independence movements. 3) COT Thesis: Describe and analyze the changes and continuities of Latin America politically from 1830-1920. 4) Compare and contrast the economies of Mexico and Argentina. (p606-607) 5) How did...
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  • Apush Dbq's
    influence of both supporters and opponents of territorial expansion in shaping federal government policy. 2009 DBQ: (Form A) From 1775 to 1830, many African Americans gained freedom from slavery, yet during the same period the institution of slavery expanded. Explain why BOTH of those changes...
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