Hist1301 Week 07

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  • Republican Ideology in a Society of Wage Laborers
  • Map 7.1 Map of The United States at the Beginning of the 19th C (p. 327)
  • Rural Society in the North - Family Farms Ascendant
  • Towns and Commerce - The Atlantic and China Markets
  • A Transformation Begins -  Population Pressure and Westward Movements
  • Early 19th Century Roads, Bridges, Canals, Steamboats and Railroads
  • Role of Immigration in The Start of an Industrial Revolution
  • Eli Terry's New Form of Clock (p. 338) Eli Terry's Box Clock (1816) Featuring Replaceable Parts
  • Successful Manfacturers as Beneficiaries of Repubicanism
  • Wage Labor and Resistance
  • Growth of the American System of Manufacture: Emphasis on Efficiency and Productivity New Industrial Discipline: Example of Catskill, NY Factory Bell 
  • Job Visited by a Master Tailor from Broadway  (p. 343) Master vs. Journeymen
  • Urban Crafts under Siege (p. 343)
  • Scenes and Occupations Characteristic of New England Life  (p. 348) Scenes of Occupations Characteristic of New England Life Palm-Leaf Hat Weaver At Center
  • Starting for Lowell (p. 349) Starting for Lowell (1850)
  • Penny Pictures (p. 361) Penny Pictures ( New York Herald )
  • The American Woman’s Home  (p. 363) Gender, Domesticity and the Emergence of a "Middling Class"
  • Hist1301 Week 07

    1. 1. Northern Society and The Growth of Wage Labor 1790–1837
    2. 2. HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures Posted These Lectures Were Delivered From KSA With the Region In the Midst of the Arab Spring, YouTube Performance Was Apparently Affected Hope The Video Lectures Are Still Usable!
    3. 3. The Early-Nineteenth-Century North
    4. 4. Republican Ideology
    5. 5. Rural Society in the North
    6. 6. Towns and Commerce
    7. 7. A Transformation Begins
    8. 8. Population Pressure and Westward Movements
    9. 9. Roads, Bridges, Canals, Steamboats and Railroads
    10. 10. Role of Immigration in The Start of an Industrial Revolution
    11. 11. Industrialization and Social Stratification
    12. 12. Excerpt From a Mill Manager's Diary
    13. 13. End of First Lecture To Be Continued
    14. 14. Wage Labor and Resistance
    15. 15. Artisans
    16. 16. Outworkers
    17. 17. Manual Laborers and Factory Operatives
    18. 18. The Workingmen’s Movement
    19. 19. Strikes and Protests
    20. 20. Two Outlooks: Morality or the Market?
    21. 21. Democracy and Class in Jacksonian Society
    22. 22. Politics and the Second Party System: Democrats vs. Whigs
    23. 23. Gender, Domesticity, and the Emergence of a “Middling Class”
    24. 24. The Second Great Awakening
    25. 25. Depression and Crisis in Northern Society

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