Nationalism Missiouri Compr Marshal Court

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Nationalism Nationalism
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Cultural Nationalism Cultural Nationalism p A well-defined American literature Washington Irving James Fenimore Cooper The Sket ch Book The Sket ch Book , 1819- 20 , 1819- 20 “The Legend of Sl eepy “The Legend of Sl eepy Hol l ow” Wyeth painting of The Last Of the Mohicans
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Cultural Nationalism Cultural Nationalism p Education à The “Virtuous Citizen” p An American form of English p Noah Webster
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The Second “Great The Second “Great Awakening:” Awakening:” Revivalist Meeting Revivalist Meeting
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Charles G. Finney Charles G. Finney The r anges of t ent s, t he f i r es, r ef l ect i ng l i ght … ; t he candl es and l amps i l l um i nat i ng t he encampment ; hundr eds movi ng t o and f r o… ; t he pr eachi ng, pr ayi ng, si ngi ng, and shout i ng, … l i ke t he sound of many wat er s, was enough t o swal l ow up al l “soul - shaki ng”
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The “Benevolent The “Benevolent Empire” Empire”
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Burned-Over” District Burned-Over” District in Upstate New York in Upstate New York
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American Bible Society American Bible Society Founded in 1816 Founded in 1816
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Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin, Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin, 1791 1791 Act ual l y Act ual l y i nvent ed by a i nvent ed by a sl ave! sl ave!
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The Tariff of 1816 The Tariff of 1816 After Treaty of Ghent 1814 British dump cheap goods on American markets Baby American industries want protection Nationalist Congress takes strongest stance ever with The Tariff of 1816 protection not revenue 20%- 25% strongly protective trend which Americans like
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The American System The American System By Henry Clay By Henry Clay Nationalistic trend to developing profitable home market Strong banking system Protective tariffs Network of roads, canals - esp through Ohio Valley nit country together - especially road poor west mes Madison refuses to let Congress use tariff money to pay r roads; thinks it is unconstitutional. It falls to the states to pay ffersonian Republicans didn’t like loose constructionism on rect federal support of intrastate infrastructure; that would st drain people away to other states making home states weaker
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HISTORY 102 taught by Professor Rotunda during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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