WEEK 11--Antebellum Reform T&O

WEEK 11--Antebellum Reform T&O - AMH 2010 Terms and...

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AMH 2010 Terms and Outline WEEK 11:: “Road to Wellville”: Antebellum Reform I. Graham Crackers and Second Chances: The American Fascination with Reform Alexis de Tocqueville— Democracy in America (1835): “intellectual and moral associations” Emerson: “What is man born for, but to be a Reformer, a Remaker of what man has made?” Sylvester Graham—“Graham cracker” / J. H. Kellogg—“Road to Wellville” Sanitariums II. “Errand into the wilderness”: Utopian Communities A. Idealism and the American Experience B. Religious Utopia 1. Mennonites—Ephrata Community (1732)—hymnology 2. Shakers—Mother Ann (Ann Lee Stanley) 3. Oneida—John Humphrey Noyes—“Perfectionists” “complex marriage” Æ ”free love” Oneida Community Ltd. 4. Brook Farm—Go. Ripley—“think tank” III. Education A. Literacy B. Public Education Public School Society of New York H orace Mann, “normal school” Calvin Wiley C. Higher Education West Point, Naval Academy (Annapolis)
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