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American History Chapter 3, Section 3
 

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    • The Commercial North Chapter 3, Section 3
    • North South
      • several cash crops
      • industry
      • Powerful merchants
      • many cities
      • diverse religions, ethnic groups, etc.
      • one cash crops
      • agriculture industry
      • Powerful farm owners
      • few cities
      • more uniform population
      Both
      • Slaves
      • Conflict with natives
      • becoming wealthy
      • upset with England
      • Salem Witch Trials
          • http:// www.neiu.edu/~cejanzen/salem.swf
    • Commercial North
      • Diversity allows for two great movements to take root in the North
          • The Enlightenment
          • The Great Awakening
    • Join a church, found religious colleges, read the Bible, question authority Experiment, rely on reason, question traditional authority What action to take Puritan values, rededicate to God, need for salvation World is governed by mathematical laws, indiv. have natural rights Ideas Jonathan Edwards, Gge. Whitefield Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson Key figures Religious Intellectual Type of movement The Great Awakening The Enlightenment
      • The Enlightenment
          • Ideas of the Enlightenment in America