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Lecture 9/13/16

by: Marina Rodriguez

Lecture 9/13/16 History 190

Marina Rodriguez
Minnesota State University, Mankato

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These notes focus on the great awakening, colonial society at the mid century, and some of how the politics worked in the colonies vs how they worked in Great Britain.
United States to 1877
Melodie Andrews
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history, America, colonies, great, Britain, Politics, uh history 1376 eighteenth century world 9/29/ 10/1 hopkins british colonies in an atlantic world the great awakenng
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Date Created: 09/14/16
History 190 Lecture 9/13/16 THE GREAT AWAKENING  First colonial and unifying experience  Johnathon Edwards- embraced John Locke’s ideas that everything is learned from the moment we are born. o He wanted his congregations to acquire knowledge about god and the gospel  “New Lights”: people who went out to preach the gospel on their own, and started establishing new churches.  “Old Lights”: People who didn’t like the way the new lights were acting, preaching, and that they were creating new churches.  George Whitefield- along with Edwards, gave fire and brimstone sermons. He traveled around the colonies to speak in front of thousands of people.  Results of the great awakening: o New denominations o Greater separation between church and state o New colleges o Greater sense of self-worth o Undermined the authority of the old clergy o New forms of communication COLONIAL SOCIETY AT MID-CENTURY  “Parent-Child” relationship: Great Britain was like the parent to the colonies, which was the child. They spoke in that way of each other. o Colonies are the “maturing child” who’s trying to gain independence, which cause G.B. to assert authority like a parent would to a child.  Navigation Acts: Laws for trade o All trade to and from colonies has to go through England o Goods that could only be traded with England are “enumerated goods”  Ex: tobacco, indigo, sugar, molasses, rice o Colonists couldn’t sell things to other countries o Colonists started smuggling to make more money  The right to vote was much more widely available in the colonies o To vote, you had to own land, which there was more land for people to own in the colonies, vs G.B.  Direct representation vs Virtual representation (indirect) o Colonies had direct rep. o G.B. had virtual representation  They said there was equal representation, but it was never really there.  Salutary Neglect: “beneficial neglect” o G.B. neglected the colonies for them to mature politically and economically.  Empire of Theory: Parliaments authority is supreme and cannot be restricted or limited by anyone. (Great Britain) 2  Empire of Fact: an empire of self-regulating parts. (colonies) o Self-government o Only colonial assemblies could take taxes from the people they represented 3


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