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February 10, 2009 Outline -The Atlantic -Refinement -Enlightenment -Isaac Newton -John Locke -The First Great Awakening -Jonathan Edwards -George Whitefield -Old Lights -New Lights -Legacies -Connections -What about Ben Franklin? Test -4 out of 6 ID’s worth 5 points each. The significance is the most important part, what is the impact, the effect? -3 parts of the essay (Chesapeake, south Carolina, New York) worth 80 points -Use Myne Own Ground, and refer to it. -Talk about change over time -Transition from indentured servants to slavery, transatlantic
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-Know chronology Extra Credit Opportunity -April 1 st , extra credit from 7-9 in fowler hall. How civil war was portrayed in movies -Refinement, Enlightenment, Awakening -18 th century, 1700’s. Up until 1750. -The colonies aren’t as isolated than the 1600’s. The Atlantic is a bridge, not a barrier. The ocean is less scary than crossing over the mountains. People are looking East, back toward London. All sorts of networks back in London. In 1670’s, there were 500 crossing of ships. By the 1720’s, there were about 1500 crossings, more than doubling. The ships are carrying goods and commerce. They are also carrying ideas. The “information highway” It comes in the form of printed material, early 1700’s, print culture becomes popular, newspapers “Augustan Age” in England (early 1700s) -Daniel Defoe, Jonathon Swift 1704, first newspaper in colonies, the New England Current. They are about advertising, about the departure of ships. People know a lot more about what is going on in London rather than the other colonies. There is an empire of goods, and rising incomes. People are getting settled and making money. The beginnings of industry, of brand names. Josiah Wedgwood and his china. Credit accounts and trading houses begin to form. There are agents
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in both England and the colonies. The demand for the goods can be shipped over the Atlantic II. Refinement -Significant aspect of Bacon’s Rebellion was that the rich began to think of themselves as the elite, and the gentility. Refinement became popular in the colonies that people were disciplined in their behavior, deferential, sense of hierarchy, and politeness and manners, what class you belonged to, and a notion of being graceful. The ultimate gentleman: graceful, polite, in control, inspiring.
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