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America’s History Eighth Edition America: A Concise History Sixth Edition CHAPTER 11 Religion and Reform 1800–1860 Copyright © 2014 by Bedford/St. Martin’s.

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1 America’s History Eighth Edition America: A Concise History Sixth Edition CHAPTER 11 Religion and Reform 1800–1860 Copyright © 2014 by Bedford/St. Martin’s James A. Henretta Eric Hinderaker Rebecca Edwards Robert O. Self

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3 I. Individualism: The Ethic of the Middle Class A. Ralph Waldo Emerson and Transcendentalism 1. Transcendentalism 2. The lyceum movement

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5 B. Emerson’s Literary Influence 1. Thoreau, Fuller, and Whitman 2. Darker Visions I. Individualism: The Ethic of the Middle Class

6 II. Rural Communalism and Urban Popular Culture A. The Utopian Impulse 1. Mother Ann and the Shakers 2. Albert Brisbane and Fourierism

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9 A. The Utopian Impulse (cont.) 3. John Humphrey Noyes and Oneida II. Rural Communalism and Urban Popular Culture

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11 B. Joseph Smith and the Mormon Experience 1. Joseph Smith 2. Brigham Young and Utah II. Rural Communalism and Urban Popular Culture

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14 C. Urban Popular Culture 1. Sex in the City 2. Minstrelsy 3. Immigrant Masses and Nativist Reaction II. Rural Communalism and Urban Popular Culture

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17 III. Abolitionism A. Black Social Thought: Uplift, Race Equality, and Rebellion 1. David Walker’s Appeal 2. Nat Turner’s Revolt

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21 III. Abolitionism B. Evangelical Abolitionism 1. William Lloyd Garrison, Theodore Weld, and Angelina and Sarah Grimké 2. The American Anti-Slavery Society

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24 III. Abolitionism C. Opposition and Internal Conflict 1. Attacks on Abolitionism 2. Internal Divisions

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26 IV. The Women’s Rights Movement A. Origins of the Women’s Movement 1. Moral Reform 2. Improving Prisons, Creating Asylums, Expanding Education

27 IV. The Women’s Rights Movement B. From Black Rights to Women’s Rights 1. Abolitionist Women 2. Seneca Falls and Beyond

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