Fringe Groups of the Antebellum Period

Fringe Groups of the Antebellum Period

TOPIC 4.9 THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN AMERICAN CULTURE 1800-1848 LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Explain how and why a new national culture developed from 1800 to 1848. THEMATIC FOCUS: Creative expression, demographic change, philosophy, religious beliefs, scientific

ideas, social mores, and technology shape national, regional, and group cultures in America, and these varying cultures often play a role in shaping government policy and developing economic systems. TRANSCENDENTALISM Tenets

Simplicity Nature Emotion Imagination Emerson Thoreau Walden Civil Disobedience Moral case for opposing unjust laws

ROMANTICISM Tenets Reaction against reason Embrace of nature Betterment of mankind Literature Nathaniel Hawthorne Scarlet Letterlegacy of Puritanism Walt Whitman

Leaves of Grasslove of nature James Fenimore Cooper Leatherstocking Tales individualism Art

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