By Robert D. Geise M. Ed.
American heritage to 1877 covers all of the significant issues, ancient figures, significant dates and occasions out of your introductory American heritage classes. themes coated contain Pre-Columbian the United States to the post-Civil struggle Reconstruction period.
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Some women promoted a movement for more comfortable clothing (so-called "Bloomer Costume"). • Some schools were opened to women, notably Troy Female Seminary (founded by Emma Willard in 1821), Oberlin College 81 (first coeducational college, 1837) and Mount Holyoke (firs women's college, 1837). • A few low paying professions were open to women, particularly nursing and elementary school teaching. • Women made slower progress in higher education: Rebecca Mann Pennell was appointed first woman professor on equal standing with men (at Antioch College) in 1852.
Each was a Northerner with Southerner sympathies (Doughface). • Weak executive leadership failed to deal effectively with growing sectional controversy. 75 Theme 8 AN ERA OF REFORM Key 46 The second Great Awakening OVERVIEW A new cycle of emotional religious revivalism responded to the Age of Enlightenment and became the chief motivator for social reforms. A second cycle of evangelical religious "awakening" was a reaction to the rise of science and to rationalism. One result was the emergence of a number of new religious sects and denominations.
This would upset the balance of free and slave states (eleven each). • The Tallmadge amendment providing for a ban on further introduction of slaves and gradual emancipation in Missouri was accepted by the House but was rejected by the Senate. Henry Clay's Missouri Compromise (1820): The deadlock in Congress was broken by compromises. • Slavery would be prohibited in the Louisiana territory north of 36°30'. • Missouri, though north of the line, would come in as a slave state. • With permission from Massachusetts, Maine would be admitted as a separate free state to maintain the balance in the Senate.
American History to 1877 by Robert D. Geise M. Ed.