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Reform Movements of the 1800sReform Movements of the 1800s
Second Great Awakening encouraged folks to “choose salvation.” Preachers told Americans that the “road to God and heaven” was paved by “Good deeds.” So that if you created “heaven on Earth,” you will be ready to meet God after death
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Thematic essay questionThematic essay question
Directions: Write a well-organized essay that includes an introduction, several paragraphs addressing the task below, and a conclusion
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Identifying main ideasIdentifying main ideas
Humans are naturally bad b. Individuals should rely on outward rituals and group worship c. People’s lives have been predetermined by God d. Humans should be self-reliant and act on their beliefs
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English Literature and Slavery 1772-1834: From the Beginning of the Abolitionist Movement to the Abolition of SlaveryEnglish Literature and Slavery 1772-1834: From the Beginning of the Abolitionist Movement to the Abolition of Slavery
British Empire in 1834 is at the centre of our project entitled English Literature and Slavery 1772-1834: From the Beginning of the Abolitionist Movement to the Abolition of Slavery
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The Abolition of The Slave Trade AbolitionismThe Abolition of The Slave Trade Abolitionism
African captives than any nation (an estimated three million); Britain's colonies in the Caribbean and mainland North America produced vast quantities of tropical goods (sugar, tobacco, rice, indigo) for the home market
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The Abolition MovementThe Abolition Movement
Over time, abolitionists grew more vocal about their demands for ending slavery, and, in response, slave owners fought more earnestly to entrench the existence of slavery. This fueled regional hostility that ultimately led to the American
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Study Guide short Answer Answer each question with three or four sentencesStudy Guide short Answer Answer each question with three or four sentences
What was the role of the colonies in the British mercantilist system after the 1650s?
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The End of the Road: Canada as Refuge for U. S. SlavesThe End of the Road: Canada as Refuge for U. S. Slaves
Defenders of this institution manipulated scientific arguments and Biblical scripture to show that slavery was an acceptable practice. Other proponents suggested that the slaves were content in bondage
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January, 2011 Second Quarter Extended Writing Historical InvestigationsJanuary, 2011 Second Quarter Extended Writing Historical Investigations
See Section 1: Grading, Item 6 for details on the format and grading of this task
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Individuals and Societies Level 5-Period ② ④ ⑧Individuals and Societies Level 5-Period ② ④ ⑧
The list below are only suggestions that would cover the parameters—us history from 1800 to 1860. Do not use the question as written. Forming your own research thesis question is part of the requirement on the myp rubric
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Key Concept 1: The United States developed the world’s first modern mass democracy and celebrated a new national culture, while Americans sought to define the nation’s democratic ideals and to reform its institutions to match themKey Concept 1: The United States developed the world’s first modern mass democracy and celebrated a new national culture, while Americans sought to define the nation’s democratic ideals and to reform its institutions to match them
Nation’s transformation to a more participatory democracy was accompanied by continued debates over federal power, the relationship between the federal government and the states
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Nation Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas, 1800–1890Nation Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas, 1800–1890
Latin America draw inspiration from, and ultimately come to resemble, the American and French Revolutions? What, on the other hand
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The Role of Women/ Women’s Rights MovementThe Role of Women/ Women’s Rights Movement
This theme explores the role of women in American society and the gains women have made in securing their full rights as American citizens
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Did individual redemption or social control motivate American reformers during the Antebellum era?Did individual redemption or social control motivate American reformers during the Antebellum era?
President as a simple farmer and others showing him as a triumphant general.’1 While initially this may seem immaterial, the two separate portrayals of the Jackson take on immense significance when considered in the light of the reform movement that
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Lesson 8 Title: Leveling the Playing Field—America Reforms! Grade LevelLesson 8 Title: Leveling the Playing Field—America Reforms! Grade Level
1 Explain the origins of the American education system and Horace Mann’s campaign for free compulsory public education
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