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HIST 0848 Lecture 2: New World Slavery (American Revolution Notes)

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Considered a modern institution (the way of thinking that emerged in the 16th-17th century) Pre-modern slavery captives were prizes, domestic servants,
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Acculturation, Dawes Act

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Dawes act take all indian land and divide amongst white settlers. Indians would have equal rights within white societies. The government is frustrated
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HIST 0848 Lecture 5: The Civil War

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John brown attacked and took over an arsenal in maryland, so that he could promote a slave rebellion. Lincoln believed in upper mobility and an integra
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Enrollment Act, Emancipation Proclamation, Total War

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Both sides needed more men to participate in their separate. Enrollment act created a national draft for the first time (substitution, commutation fee,
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Robert Todd Lincoln

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The lincolns: took this ideology connections in 1860. Was a whig, who believed in upper social mobility republicans. Lincoln married a much wealthier w
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Plains Indians

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Revolution progress in the westward frontier extending. The indians are primitive and static towards what is going on in civilization west the west. Ho
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HIST 0848 Lecture 1: Indian Wars and Salem

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3 Dec 2015
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However, disease halted this upsurge war comes to an end. Indians would capture women and children and try to rebuild their. Indian population severely
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Beringia

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Wheat was the staple crop in europe/asia. Cahokia and tenochtitlan were city-states ruled by a theocratic (priest) government grew corn and other crops
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Southwest Territory

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Slavery was considered property right and there was a debate if people should be able to own slaves in certain states. More about state governments and
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Millennialism

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3 Dec 2015
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Second great awakening moral free agency anybody can choose to sin or not sin. Perfectionism would be morally perfect if you don"t sin. Millennialism i
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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Civil Rights Act Of 1866, Sharecropping

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HIST 0848 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Plains Indians, Pueblo Revolt

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An archetype in literature today, the great plains nomadic indian groups were the first to settle the land area out west in the united. Their ability t
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