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1 Norton Lecture Slides by Eric Foner Norton Lecture Slides by Eric Foner Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION

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3 Lecture Preview A New Economy Market Society The Free Individual The Limits of Prosperity

4 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A watercolor from 1830 depicts the Erie Canal five years after it opened.

5 A New Economy  Focus Question: What were the main elements of the market revolution?  Focus Question: What were the main elements of the market revolution?

6 A New Economy: Transportation Roads and Steamboats The Erie Canal

7 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 9.1 The Market Revolution: Roads and Canals, 1840

8 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An 1810 advertisement for a stagecoach route linking Boston and Sandwich, Massachusetts

9 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Great Seal of Ohio

10 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An 1837 copy of a color drawing that accompanied a patent application for a type of raft designed in 1818

11 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A view of New York City in 1849

12 A New Economy: Communication Railroads and the Telegraph

13 A New Economy: The West The Rise of the West

14 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 9.2 The Market Revolution: Western Settlement, 1800–1820

15 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 9.3 Travel times from New York City in 1800 and 1830

16 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Table 9.1 Population Growth of Selected Western States, 1800–1850 (Excluding Indians)

17 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An 1827 engraving designed to show the feasibility of railroads driven by steam-powered locomotives

18 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A watercolor by the artist Edwin Whitefield depicts a squatter’s cabin in the Minnesota woods.

19 A New Economy: Cotton and Slavery The Cotton Kingdom The Unfree Westward Movement

20 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 9.4 The Market Revolution: the spread of cotton cultivation, 1820–1840

21 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Slave Trader, Sold to Tennessee

22 Market Society  Focus Question: How did the market revolution spark social change?  Focus Question: How did the market revolution spark social change?

23 Market Society: Farming Commercial Farmers

24 Market Society: cities The Growth of Cities

25 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 9.5 Major Cities, 1840

26 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A painting of Cincinnati, self-styled Queen City of the West, from 1835

27 Market Society: Factories The Factory System

28 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Map 9.6 Cotton Mills, 1820s

29 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Manufacturing Workshop in New York City

30 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Mill on the Brandywine, an 1830 watercolor of a Pennsylvania paper mill

31 Market Society: Labor The Industrial Worker The “Mill Girls”

32 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A broadside from 1853, illustrating the long hours of work in the textile mills

33 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Women at work tending machines in the Lowell textile mills

34 Market Society: Immigration The Growth of Immigration Irish and German Newcomers

35 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Table 9.2 Total Number of Immigrants by Five-Year Period

36 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Young Women Workers from the Amoskeag Textile Mills

37 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Currency issued by Bank Sanford, Maine

38 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Although our image of the West emphasizes the lone pioneer, many migrants settled in tightly knit communities and worked cooperatively.

39 Market Society: Nativism The Rise of Nativism

40 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Figure 9.1 Sources of Immigration

41 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Riot in Philadelphia

42 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Ursuline Convent in Charlestown, Massachusetts

43 Market Society: Corporate Law The Transformation of Law

44 The Free Individual  Focus Question: How did the meanings of American freedom change in this period?  Focus Question: How did the meanings of American freedom change in this period?

45 The Free Individual: manifest destiny The West and Freedom

46 The Free Individual: Philosophy The Transcendentalists Individualism

47 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The daguerreotype, an early form of photography

48 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Kindred Spirits

49 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Title Page of Walden

50 The Free Individual: Religion The Second Great Awakening The Awakening’s Impact

51 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Religious Camp Meeting, a watercolor from the late 1830s

52 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Das neue Jerusalem (The New Jerusalem)

53 The Free Individual: Mormons The Emergence of Mormonism

54 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Mormon Temple in Nauvoo, Illinois

55 The Limits of Prosperity  Focus Question: How did the market revolution affect the lives of workers, women, and African- Americans?  Focus Question: How did the market revolution affect the lives of workers, women, and African- Americans?

56 The Limits of Prosperity: Market revolution Liberty and Prosperity

57 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Pat Lyon at the Forge, an 1826–1827 painting of a prosperous blacksmith

58 The Limits of Prosperity: Racism Race and Opportunity

59 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Juliann Jane Tillman, a preacher in the African Methodist Episcopal Church

60 The Limits of Prosperity: Women’s roles The Cult of Domesticity

61 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Married

62 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company A woman with a sewing machine, in an undated photograph.

63 The Limits of Prosperity: Women Workers Women and Work

64 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company An image from a female infant’s 1830 birth and baptismal certificate

65 The Limits of Prosperity: Labor unions The Early Labor Movement The “Liberty of Living”

66 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company No More Grinding the Poor—But Liberty and the Rights of Man

67 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company The Shoemakers’ Strike in Lynn—Procession in the Midst of a Snow-Storm, of Eight Hundred Women Operatives

68 Review A New Economy Focus Question: What were the main elements of the market revolution? Market Society Focus Question: How did the market revolution spark social change? The Free Individual Focus Question: How did the meanings of American freedom change in this period? The Limits of Prosperity Focus Question: How did the market revolution affect the lives of workers, women, and African-Americans?

69 MEDIA LINKS —— Chapter 9 —— TitleMedia link Eric Foner on the market revolution, pt 2 &f=question055 Eric Foner on the cotton kingdom otton_kingdom Eric Foner on westward expansion in the 19th century &f=question057 Eric Foner on the abolitionist movement &f=question058 Eric Foner on Mormons as an American and global phenomenon mormon_phenomenon

70 Next Lecture PREVIEW: —— Chapter 10 —— Democracy in America, 1815–1840 The Triumph of Democracy Nationalism and Its Discontents Nation, Section, and Party The Age of Jackson The Bank War and After

71 Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned by Eric Foner Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned by Eric Foner This concludes the Norton Lecture Slides Slide Set for Chapter 9 Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION


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