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American Colonial Society
A look at the dynamics of mid-eighteenth century American colonial society.
# 135954 | 1,250 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in History (U.S. Birth of the Nation 1750-1800)

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The paper discusses how there were considerable changes in the fabric of American culture from the time of the Glorious Revolution up until the time of the Great Awakening. The paper explains that immigration had both increased the size and the diversity of the county, and similar to Great Britain, Americans were becoming increasingly more preoccupied with class and social distinctions. The paper describes how relations with Indians were likewise becoming increasingly problematic.

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"American society underwent tremendous changes from the time of the Glorious Revolution to the time of the Great Awakening. Among them, a wave of immigration had resulted in a considerably more diverse country and, likewise, as in Great Britain, American colonial society was becoming more and more comprised of distinct social and economic orders. Furthermore, mantling the horizon of colonial society were increasingly strained relations with the native Americans of the continent. "Probably the most striking characteristic of colonial American society in the eighteenth century was its sheer diversity" (Foner 103). This was a..."

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