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By Robert J. Allison

ISBN-10: 0787614807

ISBN-13: 9780787614805

A part of a chain offering specified details at the eras of pre-twentieth century the US, this quantity comprises articles masking headlines and headline makers, awards, achievements and different enlightening and unique evidence at the progressive period in the united states.

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8-10. against it were still fresh when the Continental Congress met in 1774 and created the Continental Association, which provided for nonimportation, nonconsumption, and nonexportation. Between 1774 and 1775 the value of English imports fell by 90 percent. " Having targeted the American Company in particular, Congress sent the resolution to Douglass in a personal letter. A few months later Douglass's company of actors dispersed, and he moved to Jamaica, never to return to America. , The Rising Glory of America 1760-1820 (New York: Braziller, 1971).

Religious Background. While pamphlet literature owed its emphasis on logic and reason to a transatlantic tradition of secular learning in science and moral philosophy, it drew on the native influence of evangelical Protestantism for its emotional appeal. Beginning with the Great Awakening, religious revivalism became the primary arena in which Americans questioned the authority of existing institutions (the clergy and orthodox doctrines) by appealing to the rights, obligations, and freedoms of popular piety.

For his home at Monticello he managed to draw myriad classical elements together in an overall innovative design. Begun in 1771 and built over the course of Jefferson's life, Monticello used a hilltop site typical of Roman country homes, but it reversed the usual Palladian scheme, in which service wings flanked a central en- 24 trance court. By extending and lowering these wings to the back of the main building, Jefferson used the slopes of the site to transform the flat roofs of the wings into terrace walks.

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