History 2.3.16 HIST 2110 286
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History 2.3.16 Revolution and Reform in the Early Republic Competing Visions of the American state: The Nullification Crisis An Era of Revolutions The Religious Roots of Antebellum Reform Down with “Demon Rum”: The Temperance Movement The Seneca Falls Declaration and Women’s Rights The Nullification Crisis: Involve the question of whether states can nullify or ignore the rulings of the federal gov’t. Square of between Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun. Began in 1830 at a dinner party. South Carolina tried to succeed the U.S. Major challenge to the federal gov’t. Angelina Grimke Native of S. Carolina, moved to Massachusetts and becomes a famous abolitionists. Her literature to convince people that slavery s wrong. The masters was using the bible for justification of slavery but misinterpreting. Slavery contradicts the declaration of independence. Emancipation can end peacefully. 3 Revolutions Revolution in farming Industrial Revolution Transportation Revolution All three are known as the Market Revolution Farmers stop growing for their families but for money (cash crops) Cities change into hubs of manufacturing ( mainly the Northeast) Move to the city to work in factories. Changes in Transportation, starts in the Northeast. Build roads and steamboats for transportation. Canals are built to help connect the inlands to the mainland where there are ports. Trains are made and it makes transportation two times faster and connect the east and the west. It was more reliable than other forms of transportation. Gave people a conception of time. Second Grand Awakening Charles Grandison Finney, starts the second wave of religious upheaval. He was a lawyer with no background in theology. He converted over 100,000 people during his time. He told people they have a choice to be saved or not to be saved. (Evangelical (protestant) Christianity). John Humphrey Noyes creates a utopian society, named Oneida. Temperance Movement To stop people from drinking alcohol. People were drinking 7 gallons of hardcore alcohol a year. People were going around giving pamphlets to people to stop drinking. Propaganda put up to convince people that if they keep drinking it could lead up to suicide.
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