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involvement in a community
citizens of a neighborhood, town, state, or nation have an obligation to be active, peaceful, loyal, and supportive of members of that community
Civic Virtue
statements about relationships between and among concepts, a broad
assertion that something is always true
generalizations
a change to improve something
reform
political parties reflect different ideas regarding structures of governance, economics, national finance,etc...
Point of View of Political Parties
the process of defying codes of conduct within a community or ignoring the policies and government of a state or nation when the civil laws are considered unjust
Civil Disobedience
missionary work developed in an effort to spread salvation to the Indians and slaves

early 1800's

numerous camp meetings
increased membership in the Baptist and Methodist churches
Second Great Awakening
those individuals who played a major role in declaring U.S. independence, fighting the Revolutionary War, or writing and adopteing the U.S. Constitution----James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington
Founding Fathers
a series of factors in the early 19th century: a surge of religious revivals during the Great awakening , the growing abolitionist movement, striving to correct unfair labor practices
reform movements
a lay ministry in the 1730's and 1740's which preached personal salvation by good works in contrast to predestination as preached by Puritans
other preachers urged believers to develop a personal relationship with God to gain their personal salvation (Johnathon Edwards)
First Great Awakening
a person of foreign birth who is granted full citizenship
naturalized citizen
descriptions or interpretations prepared by people who were not involved in the events described provide useful background material and context for information gained from primary sources
Secondary sources
a religious movement that started in New England in the early 1700's
Great Awakening
a lay ministry in the 1730's and 1740's which preached personal salvation by good works in contrast to predestination as preached by Puritans
other preachers urged believers to develop a personal relationship with God to gain their personal salvation (Johnathon Edwards)
First Great Awakening
the process of removing impurites from iron to make steel
Bessemer Steel Process
sources of evidence produced by someone who particpated in an event or live during the time being studied Ex. letters written to a friend, maps to a friends house
primary sources