HST 111 Final Review

HST 111 Final Review - 7 monoculture 8 Elizabeth Murray 9...

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1. Non-importation movements (Houston’s notes) (1768) 2. John Woolman’s death (1772) o Died, went to England to oppose slavery 3. Thomas Malthus (1798) o “as population expands, the resources will not grow to same extent” (principle of population) 4. End of British slave trade (1807) 5. End of international slave trade (1808) o Due to British abolition o Upper south has a surplus of slaves---sold internally (South could support its own slave trade) 6. Rise in urban consumer culture (look at notes) IDs 1. ship building 2. The Just Price 3. enclosure movement 4. Sumptuary Laws 5. Thomas Malthus 6. sugar cultivation (brought slaves; luxury item)
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Unformatted text preview: 7. monoculture 8. Elizabeth Murray 9. John Woolman (23) 10. Republican Style (Republicanism) (23) 11. minstrel shows 12. urban entertainment 13. Ingraham 14. End of British slave trade; end of international slave trade Final Essay 1. Everything is tied back to Britain a. Rights i. Based on the English legal system ii. Adapted to American law b. Sexuality i. Traditional sex roles and ideas concerning genders ii. Not as much “Americanizing”? c. consumerism i. avant-garde, items of high British culture were popular in America...
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