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Notes 9/29/16

by: Marina Rodriguez

Notes 9/29/16 History 190

Marina Rodriguez
Minnesota State University, Mankato

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United States to 1877
Melodie Andrews
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Date Created: 10/07/16
History 190 Lecture 9/29/16 CONSEQUENCES… CONT.  Native Americans: o Most wanted to stay neutral, but were more inclined to support the British.  They gave them land  Kept colonists from moving west  The trade o Said it should be remembered as the “Indian’s revolution”  Because everyone’s fighting on their land  No positive outcomes for Natives  They lost the most overall  African Americans: o The ideals/values and reality of the institution of slavery is said to be one of the biggest paradoxes in history o 1 out of 5 people was a slave, made up 20% of population o many people on both sides of the Atlantic is calling out the paradox  paradox: they fight for rights and independence, but are treating Africans like cattle o John Woolman: Quaker minister  slavery came first, then institutionalized racism which created the idea of white supremacy  said it was damaging and dehumanizing  slave holders were damaging their relationship with god o very first anti-slavery society formed in April 1775 in Sun Tavern in Philly  mostly Quakers  believed Africans were all free and unlawfully being held in bondage o in 1780, Pennsylvania passed a law to gradually abolish slavery.  Can only hold slave until they’re 28 years old o Massachusetts said slavery was unconstitutional  Took Jefferson’s words “all men are equal and free” o 1810- 30,000 in North, 1840- 1,000 in North, 18 left once emancipation proclamation was issued th  13 amendment freed slaves, proclamation didn’t free any. o South argues that they were economically intertwined with the institution of slavery o 1793- invention of the cotton gin by Eli  basis of the economy became cotton in south  argued still needed slaves o war created space and opportunity for some Africans to begin making demands on white society 2 o more inclined to support British because they were promised freedom to slaves that joined the British cause  Women: o Wages went to husbands, even for her labor o Land went to husbands, couldn’t vote, some exceptions to widowed women  They got their husbands vote and land until it was shut down o Not much changes for them o Established in Philly- The Young Ladies Academy  Equivalent to high school  Didn’t include hard math/sciences  Available to middle or upper class women  In order to raise children who understand the history of their country very important o republican motherhood: no affiliation with politics  future of the republic basically rests in their hands  needed to educate their children and raise young patriots  To answer how revolutionary was the revolution: o It planted the seeds for change, even though it would appear on the surface that there was no great changes, but there were some. 3


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