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Quakers Founding Pennsylvania. What Does Philadelphia Mean?


A Century Later in Philadelphia: How Do The Colonies Get Unified ?


Philadelphia

Keystone State

Intellectual and Cultural Unity During the Revolutionary Era

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

Delaware River

Susquehanna River

Schuylkill River

Allegeny R iver

Monangahela River

Chesapeake


Name the Five Biggest Cities in 1750


Georgian Architecture

And

The New Imperial Order

Name the Kings & Queens of England

Georgian?


Imperial and Denominational

Support for Education

  • Harvard 1636

  • Will and Mary 1693

  • Yale 1701

  • Univ of Pennsylvania 1740

  • Princeton (New Jersey) 1746

  • Columbia (King’s) 1754

  • Brown (Rhode Islnd) 1760

  • Rutger’s (Queens) 1766

  • Dartmouth (Indian/Work-Mission College) 1769


Great Awakening: Religious Revival that swept through the colonies from Georgia to New England 1739-1742

-4 principal effects:

1. Intercolonial Movement

2. Democratic Spirit

3. Millenial Optimism for the whole of America

4. Denominationalism flourishes—Denominational Colleges .

Meeting House for George Whitefield

Supported by Ben Franklin

Becomes University of Pennsylvania


  • Benjamin Franklin

  • 1706-1790

  • Junto-Lending Library

  • -Social Mobility

  • -Commonwealth

  • 2. Am. Philosophical Society

  • -Science & Progress

  • -Why Lightening?

  • 3. Politics

  • -Happiness

  • -Mathematics and Geopolitics

  • -Social “Forces”

  • 4. God and Humanity

  • -”Powerful Goodness”

  • -Humanitarian

  • -Great Awakening

  • Compare with Puritans

    • -Cotton Mather


American Philosophical Society after the Revolution

Promote Science & Technology

David Rittenhouse


C. W. Peale

Peale Museum In

Philadelphia

Promote America Unified and Special


Benjamin

Rush

Keeping the Unity of North and South as it was in 1776.


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