World economic dependency on the institution of slavery.
The mobility of America's class structure.
The damaging effects of slavery on the South's economy.
Patriotism and the glorification of the American nation
Hard work, thrift, and sobriety as signs of election.
Early growth of New England education.
Eighteenth century belief in Deism.
Lack of public libraries.
Puritan and Quaker attitudes toward slavery.
Curriculum of higher education.
The Mexican-American War.
The French and Indian War.
The Revolutionary War.
The Civil War.
The War of 1812.
Moravian Community in colonial Pennsylvania.
Knickerbocker magazine of the 1840's.
Rappites and Shakers.
American Phrenological Journal in the 1840's.
Philadelphia Junto Club.
Expand humanity's vision of itself by stressing individual initiative.
Subject the community to the moral and political leadership of a few.
Promote the ideals of economic and political equality.
Raise the public's consciousness concerning the immorality of slavery.
Promote public awareness of the bad effects of alcohol by urging sobriety.
Juan Ponce de Leon.
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
Giovanni da Verrazano
Hernando de Soto
A belief in hard work, sobriety, and material success.
A respect for education.
A belief that intellectual leadership is supplied by the clergy.
A disbelief in Democracy.
A toleration of other religious beliefs.
To encourage centralization and cooperation
To increase the wealth of the mother country.
To keep the colonies friendly.
To develop the fur trade.
To encourage the Virginia tobacco crop.
Establish religious liberty for all.
Eliminate the use of alcohol and tobacco.
Eliminate any distinction between church and state.
Reproduce the ecclesiastical structure of the Church of England.
Establish the moral authority of the community over individual self-interest..
William Ellery Channing.
A plain in the eastern region of the United States.
An area where the directional flow of rivers changes.
The major eastern mountain range.
A region near a bay.
The navigability of rivers.
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
Juan Ponce de Leon
Giovanni da Verranzano
Hernando de Soto
A religious revival that occurred throughout the American colonies.
A slave rebellion in colonial South Carolina.
An eighteenth century religious movement among Native Americans (Indians) dedicated to reaffirming traditional values.
The flowering of Enlightment political thought in colonial America.
An early colonial protest against English imperial policy.
Having suffered persecution in England, they extended toleration to everyone.
The tolerated no one whose expressed religious views varied from their own views.
They tolerated all Protestant sects, but not Catholics.
They tolerated Catholics, but not Quakers.
They had no coherent views on religious liberty.
It was forced on reluctant white Virginians by profit-minded English merchants and the mercantilist officials of the Crown.
It was the first case in which Europeans enslaved Blacks.
It fulfilled the original plans of the Virginia Company.
It first occurred after the invention of Eli Whitney's cotton gin, which greatly stimulated the demand for low-cost labor.
It spread rapidly in the late seventeenth century, as blacks displaced white indentured servants in the tobacco fields.
Encourage colonial manufactures.
Impose revenue taxes on the colonies.
Ignore the colonies.
Restrict immigration from England.
Grant increased colonial self-government.
Natural laws, set by the Creator, govern the operation of the universe
Prayer has the power to make significant changes in a person's life.
The idea of God is merely the childish imagining of simple minds
The universe was created by a natural, spontaneous combining of elements.
Intuition rather than reason leads human beings to an awareness of the divine.
The restriction of governmental intervention in the economy.
The protection of Native Americans (Indians) from European economic exploitations.
The expansion of colonial manufacturing.
The subordination of the colonial economy to that of the mother country.
Noncompetitive commercial relations among nations.
Were less militant than other Native American (Indian) tribes.
All allied themselves with the American colonists against Great Britain during the Revolutionary War
Successfully resisted incorporation into the English fur-trading system
Were converted to Anglicanism.
Formed the most important Native American political organization to confront the colonists.
Accurate astronomical calendars.
Domestication of wild horses.
Rotation of agricultural crops.
Descent from Asian peoples
Mining of gold and silver.
The large number of English-speaking settlers in Canada.
The discovery of the Northwest Passage.
The thin settlement of France's North American colonies.
The munitions industry in England's Atlantic Seaboard colonies.
The Battle of Austerlitz.
Taxes on income were needed by the government to raise revenues.
Land scarcity and a rapidly growing population seriously curtailed economic opportunities.
Most people of the period were unusually gullible and thus easily motivated by slogans and proverbs.
Formal education and specialized skills were less necessary to economic success than they would later become.
Legal restraints on the inheritance of wealth were increasing.