Modern Am. History Week 2
Modern Am. History Week 2 HIST 2060-3002
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Date Created: 09/24/16
8/29/16 First sergeant Henry Seas -Joined 82nd OVI as an original member in 1861 at camp Simon Kenton, Ohio -Killed at Gettysburg July 1st What was left for Ephraim and the 82nd OVI before he met his duty -Feb. 1864 Railroad and bridge picket duty -May 1864 Begin March to Atlanta >Resaca > New hope church The Grand Army of the Republic GAR -Formed in Decatur, Illinois in 1866 -Northern Veterans (Army, Navy, Cutter) -Fraternal society -One of the first formal social and political advocacy groups in the United States -Hundreds of posts across the north (a few in the south as well) -Local brotherhood, assists in support of veterans and their families -Matured into a powerful political organization Social Capital, Networks, Association -Social Capital Theory -Societies function in formal and informal networks beyond individual actions -Positive networks allow for safe communities and efficient economies The exceptions… where criminal networks dominate The right of Free Association Amendment I “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” American Nationalism -For the purposes of introducing the concept, the salience of an American… -For the purposes of introducing the concept, the substance of an American national identity to an individual will be defined as: 9/2/16 **Modern American history: 1865-Present day**
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