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History 2365: American History to 1877 Week 4

by: Tyler Varzeas

History 2365: American History to 1877 Week 4 History 2365

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Tyler Varzeas
Baylor University
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These notes will cover all material given in week 4, with the exception of monday the 12th
History of the United States to 1877
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tyler Varzeas on Sunday September 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to History 2365 at Baylor University taught by Gerhardt in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see History of the United States to 1877 in History at Baylor University.


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Date Created: 09/18/16
History 2365: American History to 1877 14 September, 2016 Birth of a Consumer Society  Growing colonial society o Many non­English people move to colonies o Natural increase beginning to happen o Higher rate of marriage than in England  Economic Transformation o Increasing population and far abundant resources lead to economic growth o More goods are being shipped to England o Standard of living is improving for more colonists     Consumer Revolution  o People concerned with more good purchased for household o Creating gentility: Buying products that bring flash to the household and the  people  Goods owned by person = how wealthy they are Enlightenment  The Age of Reason  Practical Knowledge o Humanitarianism  Key on removing pain and suffering o Enlightenment Institutions   Hospitals are developed; Libraries are also created  Relationship to Christianity o Deism: Believes there is a God, but don’t believe that He has any role in every  day human life o Arminianism: More positive view on human nature, and moving away from the  interest in conversion The Great Awakening   Beginnings of Revival o Revival of religion in the colonies  Jonathon Edwards: Calvinistic preacher who preaches for young people to repent, and  they do  George Whitefield: Known for having a booming voice and was charismatic o Becomes main figure of revival  Characteristics and Reaction o Radical Evangelicals, and moderate Evangelicals; also have anti­Revivalists  Gives birth to Evangelicalism o Subset of Christianity 


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