WEEK 5--American Revolution Part II T&O

WEEK 5--American Revolution Part II T&O - AMH 2010...

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AMH 2010 Terms and Outline WEEK 5:: “Liberty is still the object”: American Revolution II I. “French, Dutch, Germans, innumerable Indians, Africans, and a multitude of felons”: Becoming Americans A. “What did the Revolution mean to those workers, servants, farmers, and freed slaves who participated in the Stamp Act demonstrations, supported the boycotts, idolized Tom Paine, and fought with Washington?” B. “Forced Founders” II. “The spirit of independence was converted into equality”: Political Activism III. “Land of liberty”: Slavery A. Slaves in the Revolution B. American Emancipation Manumission IV. “We are determined to foment a Rebellion”: Women A. Revolutionary Opportunities Molly Pitcher, Margaret Corbin Deborah Sampson Æ “Robt Shurtleff” B. Republican Motherhood C. American Equality Judith Sargent Murray, On the Equality of the Sexes (1790) Abigail Adams—“naturally tyrannical” men need to “remember the Ladies” “Otherwise, we are determined to foment a Rebellion, and will not
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